Donald Trump is no doubt going to continue his angry anti-immigrant rhetoric during Monday's debate, so we asked a political scientist what Hillary Clinton's most effective counterargument would be.
Where she stands on Donald Trump's biggest issue.
Undocumented youths like Juan Carlos Ramos would have qualified for legal benefits under a program introduced by President Obama and struck down by the Supreme Court last week. Now they face potential deportation.
Does the Supreme Court's 4-4 split on the president's executive actions on deportations mean those measures are definitely dead?
The reforms would have offered deportation relief to about 5 million of the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Despite the promise of new federal protections, many undocumented immigrants are afraid to disclose their status to anyone. With the looming possibility of a Trump presidency, things are becoming even worse.
The Facebook founder and other tech leaders signed a court brief asking the Supreme Court to side with President Obama in letting some undocumented immigrants stay in America.
In hearing a challenge to Barack Obama's plan to shield as many as five million people from deportation, the Supreme Court will determine whether he overstepped his authority in enacting a sweeping immigration overhaul without congressional approval.
If the Supreme Court indeed rules against the president's amnesty, however, legal analysts told said it could pose major hurdles for future executive actions, whether they address immigration, environmental regulation, or any other issues.