James M. Woosley, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intelligence chief, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to an elaborate scam over several years involving false travel expense reports totaling nearly $600,000. Woosley must surrender more t
Rich Americans renouncing U.S. citizenship rose sevenfold since UBS AG (UBSN) whistle-blower Bradley Birkenfeld triggered a crackdown on tax evasion four years ago.
J.T. Ready, Az's most prominent neo-Nazi and the one-time political protege of recalled state Senate President Russell Pearce, is reportedly dead by his own hand in a multiple murder-suicide in Gilbert that left four others dead, including a 2 yr old
Europe’s most controversial politician lives in a government safe house fitted with a panic room and guarded round-the-clock. A self-avowed foe of Islam who compared the Koran to Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and called for a ban on Muslim immigrants..
Arizona’s controversial immigration law is being discussed by the United States Supreme Court this week, but the top nine justices in America aren’t the only ones considering how to handle S.B. 1070.
Washington Post story about attorney Michael M. Hethmon, who is general counsel for Immigration Reform Law Institute and who is a supporters of the various tough on illegal immigrant bills seen in Alabama, Georgia, and of course Arizona. According to
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court took up the issue -- and from what the justices said at oral argument, it seems the U.S. might soon be getting more European. Or at least one step closer to requiring a national ID card.
As the U.S. Supreme Court finally takes up a lawsuit over Arizona’s restrictive immigration law, there are some leading immigration reform activists who are calling Mitt Romney’s stated position of supporting policies that encourage “self-deportation
In a typical year, the young men in this agricultural region of western Mexico would have made the journey north to America.
We crunched the data behind the self-deportation crowd's spate of state laws, the private-prison industry's campaign spending, and more.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on SB 1070, Arizona's controversial immigration law, on Wednesday. Here are three tidbits to keep in mind:
Senate Democrats are making plans to force a floor vote on legislation that would invalidate Arizona’s controversial immigration statute if the Supreme Court upholds the law this summer.
A four-decade tidal wave of Mexican immigration to the United States has receded, causing a historic shift in migration patterns as more Mexicans appear to be leaving the United States for Mexico than the other way around, according to a report from
Net migration from Mexico has plummeted to zero thanks to changing demographic and economic conditions on both sides of the border.
Two years ago today, Gov. Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070, considered at the time to be the toughest immigration-enforcement law in the nation.
On Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in the federal government's challenge to the Grand Canyon state's controversial anti-immigration law, S.B. 1070.
The state's divisive immigration law isn't the only reason thousands may have left.
Campaigning is winding up for the French presidential hopefuls before voters hit the polls on Sunday.
A recent poster prepared by Michigan State University assistant professor and artist, Dylan Miner, asks that we “decolonize immigration through indigenous and migrant solidarity.”
With rising gas costs, collapsing investments and prices on everyday items going up it’s probably easy to imagine there are less expensive places to retire than in the U.S.
They've returned home to Tamaula, Mexico, with their four young children, after 20 years in the United States working illegally.
Why don’t many women’s rights advocates see attacks on immigrants as part of their struggle?
In its quest to implement stealth amnesty, the Obama Administration is working behind the scenes to halt the deportation of certain illegal immigrants by granting them “unlawful presence waivers.”
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested more than 3,100 criminal aliens in a six-day nationwide operation that's the largest of its kind. More than 60 of those arrests took place here in Arizona. As part of Operation Cross Chec
It wasn’t too long ago that nearly every human being lived their entire lives without traveling more than 10-miles from home.
The Obama records which have not been released include;
The Toulouse gunman may be dead and buried, but his dark legacy continues to stir up national passions in France.
On Wednesday, as most of official Washington was fixing its gaze squarely on the Supreme Court, the House Committee on the Judiciary convened a hearing on another issue: the supposedly posh conditions at the Department of Homeland Security's immigran
If you walk through the desert in southern Arizona you can find evidence of a major migration. Water bottles, shoes, food wrappers -
Several EU states have demanded Athens toughen its lax border controls to stem the tide of illegals pouring into the rest of Europe via Greece.