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Hundreds of families who were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this year will now be given a second chance to seek asylum. [Read More]
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Campaign Action During a Senate hearing this week, Ronald Vitiello, Donald Trump's nominee to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), refused to rule out... [Read More]
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Calling it "a remarkable piece of work," a San Diego federal judge on Thursday officially approved a settlement agreement that allows hundreds of migrant families... [Read More]
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The acting head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said there "wasn't a family separation policy." There was. [Read More]
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The former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) chief who helped implement state-sanctioned kidnapping of migrant children at the southern border and recently addressed an anti-immigrant... [Read More]
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Calling it "a remarkable piece of work," a San Diego federal judge on Thursday officially approved a settlement agreement that allows hundreds of migrant families... [Read More]
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Before Dec. 7, Congress will have to make a decision: Will they reward the department responsible for family separation, jailing immigrants, raids on communities of... [Read More]
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It's funny because it's true. [Read More]
Tags: ICE - Raids - Nativity
Members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus held their first news conference since the midterm elections on Monday, with the caucus expected to grow to nearly... [Read More]
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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen may be the next Trump administration official to get canned, "five current and former White House officials"... [Read More]
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The Daily Beast is reporting that ICE is currently imprisoning a record 44,000 people—an all-time high. The figure is 4,000 more people than Congress has... [Read More]
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House Democrats will also look into the president's threats against the press... [Read More]
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