Immigration

Senate Democrats will force another vote to block President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration as the White House faces backlash for funneling military money toward the president’s border wall.

President Donald Trump’s move to divert $3.6 billion from military projects toward funding his border wall has added another obstacle for some of the Senate’s most endangered Republicans.

President Trump calls on Republicans and Democrats to “come together and get strong background checks” for gun purchases, following two mass shootings over the weekend.

Trump’s national emergency declaration, criticized by Democrats and Republicans when he threatened it, could bring swift legal and legislative challenges.

Congress is rushing to finalize legislation to avoid a government shutdown, but President Donald Trump has not yet committed to signing it.

A congressional source told CNBC it would put about $1.4 billion toward physical barriers, but not a wall.

“When I said Mexico would pay for the wall in front of thousands and thousands of people,” Trump said, “Obviously I never meant Mexico would write a check.”

Aditi Roy explains how US border policy is impacting small business owners at the busiest US-Mexico border crossing.

Immigrants are nearly twice as likely as native-born Americans to launch new businesses.

There is a scary crackdown on illegal border re-entry happening that no one is talking about, says Julissa Arce.

There’s no shortage of ideas about how to fix the broken U.S. policy on immigration.

But the heated political debate over undocumented workers often comes up short on a critical question: What would these solutions cost?

The loud, ongoing debate over immigration reform often overlooks one very important impact from letting more foreigners come to live and work in the U.S. Many researchers believe it’s good for the economy. The U.S. economy can use all the help it can get these days. Though the American job and housing markets continue their …

With an immigration showdown looming between House Republicans and President Barack Obama, start-ups and entrepreneurs aren’t exactly elated by recent executive actions. The immigration plan will help undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents, and young immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children. But the actions don’t address start-ups’ key …

The President’s new immigration policies could have a huge impact on the business community, especially small businesses that are trying to retain and attract workers.

President Barack Obama plans to announce an executive order in Las Vegas on Friday to address immigration reform, CNBC has confirmed. Another source familiar with the situation told CNBC that Obama could yet give a broader outline on an immigration order on Thursday and add detail on Friday. The president has been long expected to …