As they try to sell the bill to skeptics, the Senate’s immigration supporters are pitching it as a return to bipartisanship and regular order.
Republicans will try to kill momentum for an immigration overhaul by drowning it in a flood of amendments
As the Senate bill heads to the Judiciary Committee next week, there is plenty of cause for optimism, but also much still standing in the way.
Paul’s statement is a sign of how the Boston bombings may scramble the Senate’s immigration bill
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The question on many Washington minds is whether Sen. Marco Rubio really wants an immigration reform bill to pass.
The proposal at the heart of the Senate immigration reform bill is realistic but faces a dim future in Congress. Inside the fight over the new W-visa.
Which words should politicians, journalists, and political commentators use now?
This is the best chance in a generation for immigration reform, but there are reasons a deal has been so hard to come by
The backing of the Tea Party favorite is a new and important milepost on the long road to a comprehensive immigration-reform bill.
Jeb Bush’s book not only rekindles the war within the GOP over amnesty and immigration; it sets up 2016 to be a potentially bruising primary with his friend Marco Rubio. UPDATE: Rubio responds.
Florida Governor Jeb Bush seems to be working through his position on amnesty and immigration.
How far is Rubio willing to bend to cut a deal few of his supporters want with a president most of his supporters despise?