The administration’s move sets up a high-stakes court battle.
The two GOP candidates are battling over foreign policy and defense issues.
Democrats said the Senate could turn to "Kate's Law" next week.
Rubio (R-Fla.) said he is “puzzled” by barbs from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
“Immigration is already front and center,” said pro-reform activist Frank Sharry.
"If Republicans join Democrats as the party of amnesty, we will lose."
“What kind of parent lets their children go on a video like that?" he said.
“The president's proven himself to be untrustworthy on this issue," Ryan states.
Said one leader: If Donald Trump is the GOP nominee, none of us will support him.
The second in a two-part series of questions for the Democratic contenders.
"Everything he said is absolutely right," says Myriam Witcher.
“Now if I tank, you know, sure. I go back to the business. Why wouldn’t I?" he says.
Both candidates are stressing national security following the Paris terrorist attacks.
Highway funding runs out on Friday.
Ted Cruz hit back at accusations by rival Marco Rubio over specialty work visas.
As the two rise in the polls, they are sparring on the controversial issue.
Trump suggested Wednesday that he would support a "deportation force."
An aide said Clinton's comments show "outdated, intolerant thinking."
"It cannot be the permanent policy of the United States,” he said.
“We’re a country of immigrants. That’s how we were formed," said the celebrity chef.
“A lot of people are scammers,” he said.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro is endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton for ...
He says the Democratic presidential debate schedule exposes the party’s unease about Clinton.
The Supreme Court settled the issue well over a century ago.