Claims in newly released 389-page FBI dossier, relating to when Donald Trump was president of the family property company, risk causing US President fresh embarrassment, while fuelling his anger at US intelligence agencies
Dilbreen needed emergency surgery and was flown to the US last year. He ended up being stranded when his parents were stuck in Iraq
Lawsuit seeks to halt Trums order and calls on a judge to declare San Francisco is in compliance with federal law
Analysis of census data from 1980 through to 2010 show immigrants are one-half to one-fifth as likely to be incarcerated as those born in the US
Facilities on Greek islands already operating at double capacity, say refugee agencies
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allow children to go to school and live without fear of deportation - in return, most of the children study and work in the US, pay taxes and contribute to the economy
But volunteers supporting refugees in the city question whether it is an adequate response to the crisis
Britain comes fifth among 12 countries polled
Immigration hardliner says plans underway for programme to force Muslims register on database
Government billboards ask voters: 'Did you know that the Paris terror attacks were carried out by immigrants?'
Former French president says he wants to be 'the voice of the silent majority'
The Gold Star parent was responding to Trump’s proposal for immigrants to take an ‘ideological test’ before coming to the US
In the closing scenes, a man drowning in deep water clutches his dead child as a boat pulls away
Most crimes committed by migrants in 2015 were theft, counterfeiting and travelling on public transport without tickets
The tests are expected to run through May 2016
Pope Francis has said Donald Trump's statements about immigrants are 'not Christian'