Killing in Kansas Bar Put Victim’s Widow at Risk of Deportation

When Sunayana Dumala’s husband was killed in a suspected hate crime in February, she lost her legal right to remain in the United States.

White House Weighs Lowering Refugee Quota to Below 50,000

The issue has ignited intense debate within the administration, with officials at the National Security Council, the State Department and the Department of Defense opposing a precipitous drop.

Action to Protect Young Immigrants Already Stumbles in Congress

President Trump gave Congress six months to pass legislation protecting young immigrants brought here as children. If anything, the effort is moving backward.

Napolitano Sues Trump to Save DACA Program She Helped Create

Ms. Napolitano, the homeland security secretary under President Obama, signed the memo creating DACA and now is president of the University of California system.

Appeals Court Limits Trump Travel Ban and Allows More Refugees

The court exempted grandparents, other family members and thousands of refugees from President Trump’s travel ban, now under Supreme Court review.