At least 911 immigrant children have been separated from their parents at the border since June of 2018.
ICE arrests in 10 cities are supposed to begin on Sunday, targeting mainly families who recently crossed the border.
The Department of Homeland Security will use the tests to identify what it calls fraudulent families. But advocates say the plan raises privacy concerns.
The ACLU of Iowa argues this law is no different than its predecessor, which was ruled unconstitutional this year.
A federal judge in San Francisco has issued a preliminary injunction against the Migrant Protection Protocols.
Some assumed courts would stop the plan immediately. But because the details of the plan remain opaque, advocates have had trouble challenging it.
Immigrants with certain prior criminal convictions will now be placed in detention without the opportunity to petition for release.
The state's pork industry hasn't given up yet.
Protesters took to the streets at more than 140 events across the United States on Monday to oppose President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency on the country's southern border.
Within hours of Trump declaring a national emergency on the border, the ACLU announced it would sue the president to prevent him from using military funds to pay for border wall construction.
In his ruling, Judge Emmet Sullivan argued that the government ought to consider asylum requests on a case-by-case basis.
Peter Brown remained locked in a county jail for weeks, as county officials waited for immigration authorities to deport him to Jamaica—a country he had never lived in.
A federal judge in San Francisco has issued an injunction against the Trump administration, temporarily suspending the administration's policy of denying asylum to migrants caught crossing the southern border illegally.
Advocates argue that asylum seekers aren't just fleeing domestic abuse—they're fleeing gender-based violence.
Multiple civil rights groups sued the administration on Friday, arguing that a new executive policy violates both United States and international law.
The bus company argues it has no choice but to cooperate with Customs and Border Protection agents' searches and interrogation of its passengers.
The proposed changes could put a fee on protesting in the nation's capitol.
After hearing the last appeal from a man on death row, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the death penalty, as applied in the state, is unconstitutional.
The case—Brett Kavanaugh's first as a Supreme Court justice—deals with mandatory detention laws to keep immigrants in prisons during trials, even if they aren't a public danger or flight risk.
President Trump on Monday echoed arguments from his campaign, but his information seems outdated.
A court decision in favor of an Orange County city seeking to exempt itself from the California Values Act likely marks the escalation of a protracted legal standoff.
Grassroots Campaigns canvasses for such non-profits as Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union. But former employees say the organization has taken a hardline—and repressive—view of labor reform within its own ranks.