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Arizona cannot begin enforcing key parts of last year’s immigration law.
Saying it needs to protect its citizens in Arizona, legal and otherwise, the Mexican government on Tuesday urged a federal judge to strike down the state's new law aimed at illegal immigrants.
PHOENIX -- A Senate panel set the stage Wednesday for a confrontation between state and federal law enforcement over gun laws.
The nation's high court on Monday cleared the way for Arizona to force state and local police to check the immigration status of those they have stopped.
Saying its official have an ulterior motive, Gov. Jan Brewer asked a federal appeals court to ignore the pleas of the Mexican government to keep the state's immigration law from being enforced.
Lining up against the Tohono O'odham, Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday filed legal papers urging a federal judge to block a bid by the tribe to annex land near Glendale to build a casino.
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge on Tuesday hailed the response of other nations so far in the U.S. quest to get air marshals deployed, if necessary, to protect commercial airplanes against terrorist attack.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - An FBI team arrived in Saudi Arabia on Thursday to help the Saudis investigate the suicide attacks that killed 34 people this week, including eight Americans.
Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon angrily condemned Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Friday for dispatching 200 deputies and posse members into the streets for a second night of high-profile saturation patrols with the intent to arrest illegal immigrants.
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THE PRESIDENT: Good evening. I've asked for a few minutes of your time to discuss a matter of national importance -- the reform of America's immigration system.