1 hr ago | Breitbart.com
On Wednesday, senators and aides reported that the so-called Gang of Eight behind the immigration reform bill had cut a deal with Senators Bob Corker and John Hoeven to add some border security measures to the bill in an attempt to woo Republicans.
5 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
Supporters of the Senate's bipartisan immigration reform bill are getting momentum from a new report saying the plan eventually would greatly reduce the federal budget deficit.
9 hrs ago | Windsor Beacon
Bloomberg News has a good read on the courting of the New Jersey Republican, who will be a U.S. senator for about four months -- until an Oct. 16 special election is held for the remainder of the late Frank Lautenberg's term.
9 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Taxpayer funding could not be used to pay salaries above the amounts paid to Cabinet secretaries .
13 hrs ago | TIME.com
They've waxed philosophic about "legitimate rape," reflected on the economic role of "wet backs" and denounced the actions of "brazen, self-described illegal aliens."
17 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Last night, John Oliver devoted the whole show to talking about immigration reform , and the ridiculous obstacles some Republicans have set up.
17 hrs ago | Free Republic
Sen. John Cornyn , the No. 2 ranking Senate Republican, said Tuesday that if Democrats remain unwilling to strengthen the border-security provisions in the immigration bill, the effort to overhaul the country's immigration laws could 'quickly fall apart'.
18 hrs ago | National Journal
Most Americans say illegal immigrants should be allowed to remain in the country, but the public divides evenly on whether citizenship should be linked to stiff progress in securing the border, as many Senate Republicans are demanding, the latest United Technologies/National Journal Congressional Connection Poll has found.
18 hrs ago | Washington Times
The New York Senator and leader in the Gang of Eight doesn't have to convince anyone to support his immigration reform measure.
21 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Is this outright hypocrisy from this Republican Senate deficit hawk-or just business as usual in Washington and beyond? By Lloyd Grove.
21 hrs ago | The Baxter Bulletin
By a 82-15 vote, the Senate has taken up comprehensive immigration reform. Majority Leader Harry Reid has promised an "open as possible process" for amendments, which means creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million unauthorized immigrants still hasn't cleared two formidable roadblocks in Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, who ... (more)
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., accompanied by members of the GOP leadership, meet with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 18, 2013, following a Republican strategy session.
Sen. John Cornyn has been supplementing his Senate salary for six years with pensions earned from his days as a Texas judge and attorney general - retirement payments that went undisclosed for several years.
Texas politicians and institutions are getting much better marks from the state's voters than the president and Congress, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has called an amendment floated by Sen. John Cornyn a "poison pill" that, if passed, could kill the immigration bill.
Senator Ted Cruz speaks during a news conference at the Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Monday, April 1, 2013.
In this May 17, 2013 file photo, Rep. Kenny Marchant, R-Texas speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.
If conservative Republicans like Rubio and Ayotte don't help to shape the immigration bill, that change will be left to the liberals, writes Stuart Stevens.