Plan would defer more deportations, recognize ‘productive’ immigrants.
Most in the U.S. say children at border should stay, at least for a while.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) dismissed the idea that immigration is hurting his own party.
A draft says if 5,000 applied; 1,750 might be accepted and would cost $47 million.
The new measure is up from 5 percent in June and is the highest since 2006.
Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) criticizes terms for detention facility media visits.
NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows deep divide within the GOP on hot-button issues.
Schumer floated the idea of implementing immigration reform after Obama leaves office.
Republican leaders voiced doubt this week that reform would happen this year.
The Public Religion Research Institute found opinions haven't changed much since March.
The Speaker's Wednesday comments confirmed the House will not take up the issue this year.
The GOP whip said there aren't enough days left on the legislative calendar to pursue it.
The governor is deploying the Texas National Guard to the border.
"I was proud of her for marching over,” Rep. Jan Schakowsky said.
The Illinois lawmaker called for Obama to "stop deporting low priorities."
A state senator told a local newspaper about Perry’s plan.
"More of the same is not a solution,” the Illinois Democrat says.
Perry on Monday rejected a quick meeting with Obama at an airport.
Immigration reform advocates have also been urging Obama to scale back deportations.
"We remain hopeful and optimistic,” Carney said.
Immigration reform advocates will stage a silent protest as the Capitol tree is lit.
“As my father would say, come hell or high water, we’re going to win this,” Biden said.
The Florida Republican says "we're running out of time."
Cardinal Timothy Dolan said it's a matter of "great moral urgency."