He insists the court simply "punted" it back to the administration to provide a better explanation.
“I hear a lot of facts, sympathetic facts, you put out there, and they speak to all of us,” said Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch.
In a little noticed tweak, minor offenses such as underage drinking or shoplifting could lead to people being deported, critics warned.
We went out with Instagrammer Angel Pacheco in LA to see how he captures his gritty party photos.
Blocking Russian meddling has also blocked Dreamers from participating in the political debate about their future.
The new mission statement by the USCIS sparked a college-led, pro-immigration controversy for students to take action.
Homeland Security claims that ICE only has limited access to info from DACA applications — but that’s not stopping arrests and deportations.
A group called Soñando Juntos is building something unique: an intersectional coalition fighting for undocumented people.
DACA, the program protecting people who came to the US as kids, looks no closer to being fixed than it did six months ago.
As Trump's deadline for ending DACA passes, leaving the fates of hundreds of thousands of immigrants in limbo, we must continue fighting for Dreamers and their families.
Starting tomorrow, roughly 400 people will lose their protected status each day
The lives of 800,000 young American Dreamers hang in the balance.