What happened at dinner? Trump, Dems don’t see eye to eye
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump on Thursday denied an assertion by the Democratic leaders in Congress that they had an agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants living illegally in America and to bolster U.S.-Mexico border security, but without his coveted wall for now.
DACA move divides some GOP districts
Trump tweets reassurance about DACA at Pelosi’s urging
American dreamers: Play about childhood arrivals makes tour stop in Denton
David Lozano thinks the time is ripe for theater companies to take on social issues — especially those with regional and national implications.
15 states, DC sue Trump administration over ending DACA
NEW YORK (AP) -- Fifteen states and the District of Columbia sued Wednesday to block President Donald Trump's plan to end a program protecting young immigrants from deportation -- an act Washington state's attorney general called "a dark time for our country."
Obama calls decision to phase-out DACA ‘cruel’
Former President Barack Obama calls President Donald Trump’s decision to phase out the so-called DACA program “cruel” and “self-defeating.”
Bill gives tangible success to GOP: Taxpayers won't feel effects until 2019; Dems see opportunity
GOP says it’s got a deal on taxes
Immigrants are sought for labor shortage in Harvey recovery
HOUSTON (AP) -- As a parade of motorists rolled down their windows on the edges of a Houston Home Depot parking lot offering cash, the crowd of day laborers had slowly thinned to about a dozen by mid-morning.
Activist groups ask Denton City Council to join SB 4 lawsuit
Red-shirted activists gathered outside Denton City Hall to rally against Senate Bill 4 and, later, to ask City Council members to join a lawsuit against the "sanctuary cities" legislation.
Boxing day: Spirit of Christmas food drive
Harvest community educates residents on food, quadruples produce donations to food bank
Law scholars urge Trump to keep DACA program
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A group of legal scholars is urging President Donald Trump to keep a program protecting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation and is outlining a legal argument to maintain it.