Attorney General Jeff Sessions accused the state of California on Wednesday of "using every power it has and some it doesn't to frustrate federal law enforcement" on the issue of immigration. The Justice Department is suing the state for three…
By PBS NewsHour
President Donald Trump continues to crack down on undocumented immigrants, including those that have not been convicted of a violent crime. But the U.S. does not monitor the fate of deportees, who have been kidnapped, extorted, sexually assaulted or even…
By Elliot Spagat and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
After Trump took office, ICE arrests surged 40 percent from the same period a year earlier.
By Paul Elias and Janie Har, Associated Press
The attacks on San Francisco and other cities with similar immigration policies began moments after a jury acquitted a Mexican man of killing a woman on a popular pier.
By Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
.S. authorities on Friday released a 10-year-old immigrant girl with cerebral palsy who had been detained by border agents after surgery because she is in the U.S. without legal permission.
By Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal trial opened Monday over his defiance of the courts in traffic patrols that targeted immigrants, marking the most aggressive effort to hold the former lawman of metro Phoenix accountable for tactics that critics say racially…
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill in a live broadcast on Facebook.
By PBS NewsHour
Shortly after President Donald Trump took office, Immigration and Customs Enforcement began arresting hundreds of immigrants in visible raids across the U.S. Internal documents, obtained by the Washington Post, show that half had either traffic convictions or no criminal record.
By Jen Fifield, Stateline
In the face of stepped-up deportation efforts, many unauthorized immigrants worry that state and local programs that are designed to help them could instead be used by federal agents to identify and expel them from the country.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says parents and children caught crossing the Mexican border illegally won't be separated unless the "situation at the time requires it."…
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