President Biden, who spoke Monday to the nation's largest Latino civil rights group, is under pressure to make good on his promises to fix the immigration system.
Friday on Political Rewind: Vaccination rates in Georgia remain stubbornly low, even as the coronavirus is establishing a foothold again across the country. Hospitalizations are up in the state too, with the vast majority of patients being unvaccinated. What role are misinformation and partisan politics playing in the continuing spread of the virus? And how is this affecting other national topics, such as immigration? Our panel weighs in.
Plus, all five candidates for mayor of Atlanta took aim at what they say is a destructive campaign to create a new city of Buckhead.
Sheriff Ed Gonzalez runs one of the nation's biggest jails in Houston. If confirmed by the Senate, he'll be tasked with overhauling ICE, an agency he's criticized for its aggressive tactics.
Friday on Political Rewind: Vice President Kamala Harris visits the Mexican border for the first time today. She’s been criticized by Republicans and Democrats for failing to take the leadership role President Joe Biden assigned her to find solutions for dealing with the surge of immigrants looking to enter the United States.
Meanwhile, the New York Appellate Court that suspended Trump lawyer Rudolph Giuliani’s license to practice law in New York State cited his conduct in challenging the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.
Since the campaign trail, President Biden has said he wants to close privately run immigrant detention centers. But immigrant advocates say his administration isn't following through on his promises.
Vice President Harris met Tuesday with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in her trip to assess the root causes pushing migrants to seek asylum at the U.S. border.
The vice president will meet with the leaders of Guatemala and Mexico to talk about corruption, violence and poverty — factors causing thousands of Central Americans to seek asylum at the U.S. border.
Harris has the tough job of tackling deep-rooted problems driving tens of thousands of people in Central America to try to migrate to America. Her first foreign trip as vice president starts Sunday.
South Korea's population is shrinking and aging. Foreign workers help fill shortages on farms and in factories, but it's very hard for them to become citizens. Some say that will soon have to change.
Yemenis who won the diversity visa lottery were stopped by the Trump administration's travel ban. Now they've had to start applying all over again. "Our lives have been destroyed," says one man.
Eligible Haitians in the U.S. can apply for a new 18-month designation. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas cited security concerns, human rights abuses and poverty for the decision.
The administration is now caring for almost 20,000 migrant children — most of them in emergency shelters. Lawyers argue that the shelters are a violation of what's called the Flores agreement.
Monday on Political Rewind: Federal unemployment benefits helped buoy Georgians through a difficult year of economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Gov. Brian Kemp and several Republican lawmakers across the country are moving towards ending the weekly checks for the unemployed in their respective states.
The Thompsons, originally from Jamaica, spent 843 days living in churches in Philadelphia to avoid deportation. Now they are free, but reentry comes with new challenges.
The president rolled out a plan to overhaul the immigration system on his first day in office. Last week he shifted to talk about a narrower approach. Some advocates feel abandoned.