Steve Salvi, founder of the Ohio Jobs & Justice Pac, shares his thoughts on what will happen in the United States if S. 744 gets passed by the House of Representatives.

Stephen Broden, guest correspondent for The New American, reflects on the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill that is currently in the House of Representatives.

Pastor Stephen Broden interviews Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson at the March for Jobs rally that took place in Washington, D.C., on July 15, 2013.

A group of black leaders rallied on Capitol Hill July 15 to emphasize how the present immigration "reform" bill would economically devastate the black community.

On June 28 — just two days after the Supreme Court decision that struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) that denied federal benefits to members of same-sex "marriages" — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services notified Traian Popov, a Bulgarian immigrant who lives with his American partner, that his application for a permanent visa (green card) had been approved. Popov and Julian Marsh, who has joint U.S.-Canadian citizenship, were wed in New York, where same-sex "marriage" is legal. Their “marriage” is not recognized in Florida, where they currently live.