The administration’s proposed policies instead insist on personal responsibility.
Last week’s district-court decisions against the Trump administration on the public-charge rule are bad.
Another federal judge ruled against President Trump’s use of a “national emergency” declaration to divert funds to build a border wall on Friday.
We really don't know how much legal immigration will fall when the policy goes into effect next month, but it won't be two-thirds.
Migrant Alleged to Have Raped Woman Immediately after Sheriff’s Office Ignored ICE Detainer and Released Him Is Arrested
ICE officials announced Thursday that agents arrested an undocumented migrant accused of raping a woman immediately after he was released by the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office.
This could prove a big fault line in 2020.
Not a good look, really.
President Trump on Wednesday called on the Supreme Court to cancel the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program.
After the individual was involved in an accident, the officer gave him a ticket for driving without a license and detained him until an ICE agent took over.
The contracts, totaling just over $812 million, are for a new wall segment, consisting of an 18-30 foot wall, lighting, cameras, and other surveillance tech.
Yesterday’s resettlement announcements move us back toward our pre-1980 Refugee Act approach to the issue.