Restricting immigration makes sense right now, but Congress should handle the details.
Monday's announcement was a real win.
The new restrictions, signed by Trump in an executive order on Monday, go into effect on Wednesday and will last through the end of the year.
There’s a straightforward way to improve the policies we use to engage foreign talent.
Broad exemptions from restrictions will still apply. It is not clear which specific visas will be restricted under the new rules.
Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss the melee over John Bolton’s memoir, the Supreme Court’s controversial ruling on DACA, and how our current moral panic engulfed the Florida Gators.
In a nation of laws, no federal agency should ever need more reason to pull an unlawful regulation up by the roots.
If SCOTUS is going to endorse executive abuse, it should, at the very least, have the decency to allow both sides to engage in it equally.
For voters who care about this issue, that means it will be back on the ballot this fall.
The Court said Trump's attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is "arbitrary and capricious."