Will Brexit Enflame One of the World's Most Fraught Borders?
A new book outlines why the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is becoming one of the most controversial as Britain leaves the E.U.
Why Did Trump Withdraw His Nomination of Ronald Vitiello for ICE Director?
Three reasons why the president might have decided to withdraw his acting director's name from the senate nomination process.
ICE Has Released at Least 15 of the 17 Babies Detained in Dilley, Texas
The move comes five days after legal organizations filed a complaint with the government over an "alarming increase" in the detention of immigrants under the age of one.
What Makes Immigration Court Different From Typical Judicial Proceedings?
Essentially, normal assumptions about judicial independence and freedom from political influence do not apply in immigration proceedings.
The Trump Administration Will Build a 'Tent City' to House Migrant Children
This temporary housing in a rural patch of West Texas will hold the seized immigrant children that cannot fit in existing shelters.
In a Desperate Search for Detention Space, the U.S. Moves 1,600 Immigrants to Federal Prisons
Over the weekend, 1,600 people being detained at the border were transferred to federal prisons because current detention infrastructure can no longer house the overwhelming number of detainees.
Viewfinder: The Berlin Wall Has Been Down for Longer Than It Stood During the Cold War
Remains of the former border wall stand at the Berlin Wall Memorial at Bernauer Strasse on February 5th, 2018, in Berlin, Germany.
Lost in the System: Susan J. Terrio’s 'Whose Child Am I?'
The plight of underage, undocumented children in U.S. Immigration custody.