Today U.S. and Mexican authorities are searching for suspects after a U.S. Border Patrol helicopter came under fire near the Mexican border. Authorities say the shots were fired from the Mexican side of the border.
This weekend, the Dallas Museum of Art and Oral Fixation will host an evening of personal story telling from immigrants who have made North Texas their home.
Hillary Clinton’s aggressive immigration stance reinvigorates the debate over the scope of presidential powers, which has become a flashpoint in Washington.
A pair of protests Friday night will put a voice to concerns over law enforcement issues in North Texas. However, the demonstrations bring up questions about safety.
The Obama administration is on pace to deport the fewest number of immigrants in nearly a decade, according to internal government data obtained by The Associated Press.
The issue of immigration rages on this week, from D.C. to Dallas.
There won’t be nearly as many immigrant children who cross the border on their own this summer as there were last year, top officials said in Phoenix on Wednesday.
Judges on Friday will consider lifting a temporary hold imposed by a judge in Texas on President Obama’s action seeking to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.
A federal judge in Texas has kept in place a temporary hold on President Barack Obama’s executive action that sought to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.
The Republican-controlled Legislature began a push Monday to repeal Texas’ 14-year-old law that gives the children of some people living in the United States illegally in-state tuition at public universities.
A federal judge who has blocked President Barack Obama’s immigration executive action suggested on Thursday that he could order sanctions against the Justice Department.
State senators are renewing discussion on an immigration bill banning so-called “sanctuary cities,” an issue that has roiled the Texas Legislature in past sessions.