Could an Elizabeth Warren Administration Really Prosecute Trump Immigration Officials?
Yes, but there are a few caveats.
Yes, but there are a few caveats.
The $10 million settlement will be paid out to guests whose names were handed over to ICE in minimum damages of $75.
Thirteen other states and Washington, D.C., allow those in the country illegally to get licenses.
The Sixth Amendment does not guarantee representation in immigration court, so immigrants facing deportation rarely have lawyers.
Trump-era developments in policy and enforcement have discouraged immigrant survivors of abuse from seeking justice, a new survey finds.
Economists warn the new law could cost the state over $120 million in taxes, and $3.5 billion in GDP.
Veterans are not receiving appropriate review before being placed in removal proceedings, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
Experts say detaining immigrants at appointments with authorities discourages them from cooperating with law enforcement.
A rise in Islamophobic hate crimes during the Trump presidency has led to increased law-enforcement presence at places of worship.
Efforts to get privately owned teams like the Redskins and the Cleveland Indians to drop offensive mascots may have stalled, but states can enact bans in the public sector.
Non-citizens in the military are now denied citizenship more frequently than their civilian counterparts. The Department of Defense appears to be behind the shift.
Amid continued standoffs between tribes and states over treaties signed before statehood was achieved, the ruling is a victory for Native rights.
The ACLU is suing the Trump administration over the president's national emergency declaration.
Nationally, traffic violations constitute the plurality of charges leading to ICE detention.
Civil rights advocates argue such arrests dissuade immigrants from seeking the protection of the law.
The Department of Justice wants to allow appeals judges to uphold deportations without explaining their reasoning. But the last time that was the practice, the case docket doubled.
Yemeni bodega owners in New York are refusing to sell copies of the Post. Will they encourage the paper to change its editorial policy?
Xavier Becerra joined Julián Castro and Beto O'Rourke in calling to end criminal charges for those who enter the country illegally.
The Dayton, Ohio, Board of Education adopted a policy barring immigration agents from enforcing on school grounds. A new bill in the Ohio State House would end that.
ICE policy discourages enforcement at places of worship, so the agency has avoided entering them, but no law prevents immigration authorities from doing so.
U.S. immigration courts face an "existential crisis." The American Bar Association says it has a solution.
The Kansas v. Garcia ruling concerns the doctrine of preemption, and whether states can prosecute certain federal crimes.
Bills securing native voting rights are destined to fail in the Republican-controlled Senate, but might find success at the state level.
A new lawsuit alleges the Department of Homeland Security has not terminated DED-status for Liberians based on a sound determination of safety in Liberia.
The lawsuit follows a Supreme Court decision allowing Alabama to deny a Muslim-American man's request to have an imam present at his execution.
Twenty-six Democrats in the House joined Republicans to pass a provision requiring that vendors notify ICE when background checks reveal gun applicants to be undocumented.
Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, and Palantir are among those who could lose city and county contracts if new legislation passes.
Tweets by Donald Trump about Elizabeth Warren prompted a Native American voting rights group to call for honors bestowed on the perpetrators of the massacre to be rescinded.
Alex Villanueva says he'll reduce the number of misdemeanors considered grounds for deportation, but will continue to allow ICE contractors to transfer undocumented inmates into ICE custody.
Four Directions is targeting states with voter ID laws, like Wisconsin and North Dakota, as well as those with low Native American turnout, like Nevada.
Trump will likely stoke anti-immigrant sentiment in his address, but he won't talk about child separation and immigration court backlog.
The agency reportedly targeted not just the artist's immigration status but his persona, in the latest example of what advocates identify as ICE abusing its authority.
As a result of the shutdown, an estimated 80,000 court hearings will have to be rescheduled.
Organizers say the L.A. movement to better fund public education will inspire solidarity movements nationwide.
Immigrant rights groups rejoiced as authorities reunited a Guatemalan woman and her daughter Friday.
Numbers offer the clearest picture of the situation at the border.
The administration is failing to meet guarantees on the immigration court backlog and deportations.
Immigrant rights analysts warn that there's much room for error in the SSA's records—and that notifications could cost people their jobs.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions "unlawfully and arbitrarily imposed a heightened standard" blocking escapees from violence from seeking refuge in the United States, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Decisions followed a monologue in which Carlson suggested immigrants are making the United States "dirtier."
The White House is expected to push to deport Vietnam War refugees with final removal orders, but immigration rights advocates argue they have already paid their debt to society.
As the Trump administration prepares to officialize a rule penalizing immigrants for using public services, debate emerges over how we look at the data.
Lawmakers are decrying what some say appears to have been an orchestrated attempt by immigration enforcement to coax Samuel Oliver-Bruno out of sanctuary.
Advocates estimate there are dozens of similar cases of immigrant parents separated from their children who have American citizenship.
While many Christians are struggling to offer immigrants sanctuary, others are in favor of the Trump administration's immigration policies.
At best, the issue of Uyghur re-education camps will come up as leverage to achieve Trump's economic policy objectives with Beijing, analysts predict.
New research finds that residents of the Southeast, Midwest, and Mountain Northwest are more likely to view the caravan as a threat than their counterparts in the Northeast and Southwest—where immigrants make up a larger share of the local population.
Months after Los Angeles denied federal funding to surveil its communities, the California government is poised to pay non-profits to do the same.