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Videos and audio posted by the group and its supporters on social media raise questions about the agency’s role.
Tina Rodriguez was sent to prison in Texas for allegedly starving her son to death. But recent discoveries about the medical examiner who conducted the baby’s autopsy raise questions about her case.
In recent years, the number of people federally charged with smuggling and harboring has jumped nearly a third.
In the deep blue home of Beto O’Rourke, attorneys and advocates are questioning the county’s multi-million-dollar contract to detain migrants and refugees.
A Philadelphia-born man was detained by ICE and nearly deported. The agency’s mistake was caught, but the case exposes a new collaborative program that encourages jails to hold immigrants for ICE.
Defense attorneys say they were unaware of the practice and are unclear on how they can expunge the data of nonconvicted clients.
The technology also allows authorities to mine call databases and cross-reference the voices of individuals prisoners have spoken with.
Migrants near Brownsville, Texas say that if they don't bribe Mexican officials they're stuck at the bottom of a list of people seeking refuge in the U.S. via international bridges.
As they wait for permission to cross into the U.S., migrants, including children and infants, sleep on concrete and under plastic tarps, exposing them to cold, wind, rain, and illness.
The president is drawing on two decades of bipartisan support for crackdowns on traffickers to secure support for his agenda at the border.
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More states are giving undocumented immigrants driver’s licenses, but many DMVs are sharing their information with ICE.
SB 4 encourages officers to ask for the status of anyone they detain.
Attorneys for a Honduran woman are suing over the widespread jailhouse practice of honoring ICE requests to hold incarcerated immigrants for pickup.
Even though it’s unlikely that they commit sexual assault at higher rates than other ethnic or racial groups, nearly one of every 100 Black men is on a sex offender registry, a rate double that of white men.
In response, a new ‘Freedom Cities’ movement is rising to defend immigrants’ rights.
Opposition to Operation Stonegarden, however, is spreading; one Arizona county just rejected over $1 million of its funds.