Obama Immigration

How Immigration Debates Are Disrupting Political Parties

How Immigration Debates Are Disrupting Political Parties

One of the most striking developments in global politics today is the decline of traditional political parties. We’ve seen it inDonald Trump’s stunning successes in the U.S. Republican presidential primaries and in the dramatic gains that Germany’s far-right party made in three recent state legislative elections. Several factors could be driving this, but one common theme is the candidates’ anti-immigrant rhetoric, which highlights the complexities of companies looking to do more business abroad.

The Supreme Court asked questions about Obama’s immigration initiative

The Supreme Court asked questions about Obama’s immigration initiative

The Supreme Court asked four questions about Obama’s immigration initiative. The last one is key. President Obama's executive order would allow more than 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. for three years, but the Supreme Court could strike it down. (Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post)

DOJ appealing to Supreme Court on immigration plan

DOJ appealing to Supreme Court on immigration plan

The Justice Department plans to appeal to the Supreme Court in a bid to preserve President Obama's immigration executive actions, after a federal court delivered another blow to the administration's plan.