Border Patrol Has a Long History of Agent Misconduct. Why Hasn't It Been Addressed?
Under President Barack Obama the agency was under the microscope for reform, but under the Trump administration any progress toward that goal has been halted.
The Case of Oscar Millan and ICE's Renewed Focus on Strict Immigration Enforcement
Under the Obama administration, agents had discretion in cases of immigrants with gravely sick children. Under Trump, officers are told to enforce the law "to the greatest extent practicable."
The Government Internet ID Proposal's Pros and Cons
An expert on electronic privacy walks through the possibilities and perils on a national online security system designed, in part, by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
America's Visa-Waiver System Still Requires Its Equivalent
Should the U.S. and Europe bring back the visa? Because "visa-free travel" to America no longer exists