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By Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
A federal judge has ordered the release of children held with their parents in U.S. immigration jails and denounced the Trump administration’s prolonged detention of families during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Amy Taxin, Associated Press
The judge issued a tentative ruling indicating she will likely block the Trump rules from taking effect.
By Colleen Long, Martha Mendoza, Garance Burke, Associated Press
The children showed more fear, feelings of abandonment and post-traumatic stress symptoms than children who were not separated.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
Nineteen states sued on Monday over the Trump administration's effort to alter a federal agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention.
The Trump administration is proposing major changes to rules about how long migrant families can be held in government custody, arguing that the move will yield more humane conditions in detention facilities. But critics fear the regulations will have the…
By Gretchen Frazee
Under new rules laid out Wednesday, immigration officials plan to begin holding children longer than the 20 days required by the Flores Settlement Agreement.
By Associated Press
Migrant children have died or gone missing at the rate of nearly one per day worldwide over the past five years, with treacherous journeys like those across the Mediterranean or the U.S.-Mexico border, the U.N. migration agency said Friday.
Although the presidency of Donald Trump has been marked by several scandals, they so far have not appeared to jeopardize his support with his enthusiastic base. Will that change with new details about an allegation he raped writer E. Jean…
The head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection John Sanders is stepping down after the discovery of dozens of children in filthy conditions at one of the agency's stations in Texas.
Lawyers who visited CBP facilities last week described squalid conditions: inadequate food, lack of medical care, and children trying to care for toddlers.
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