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    Immigration reform and border policy, a year into Biden's presidency

    07:32
  • Haitian migrants, separated migrant families sue Biden administration over treatment

    03:43
  • Immigrants play critical role in U.S. food supply chain

    04:15
  • Helping immigrant communities access recovery aid after deadly tornadoes

    05:27
  • Rep. Cuellar, D-Tx, on immigration reform, trade, international supply chains

    04:39
  • Sen. Stabenow on Build Back Better: 'We are in the final days of negotiation'

    05:26
  • Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' policy restarts along border

    04:08
  • Rep. Ruiz on jobs report, immigration, Omicron variant

    06:18
  • Biden administration will restart Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policy

    01:21
  • Reporter captured for trying to expose secret migrant prisons speaks out

    07:41
  • Velshi: In the global race to recruit skilled foreign workers, America is falling behind

    03:50
  • Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA): ‘We need immigration’

    05:53
  • Rep. Jimmy Gomez on impact of nearly $2T social spending bill

    05:43
  • The joyful post-covid family reunions serve as a reminder of the importance of immigration reform

    02:19
  • Rep. Joaquin Castro on $1.75T social spending bill 

    04:48
  • Many migrant children forced to represent themselves in American immigration court

    01:58
  • Biden administration may pay millions to migrant families separated at border under Trump policy

    03:02
  • Activists march on Capitol in push for immigrant rights

    03:05
  • Abuse at the border: Internal DHS report details abuses by border officials

    03:52
  • Progressive House Dems push for pathway to citizenship in reconciliation bill

    04:15

Sen. Coburn: ‘The country’s going to go nuts’

08:33

GOP Sen. Tom Coburn said the country will “go nuts” over the president’s action on immigration and that we could even “see instances of anarchy.” Victoria Defrancesco Soto and Joe Madison join Rev. Sharpton to discuss.