Michelle Nicoll Gutierrez was questioned about health services she received on a previous visit, then was barred from the United States for five years.
“Someone seeking justice in U.S. court is spirited away while her attorneys are arguing for justice for her?”
In a labor grievance, the judges’ union said the Justice Department improperly stripped a Philadelphia judge of 87 cases.
The Chicago shelter denies the allegations that Adonias was injected with something to make him sleepy. But his parents know this: He isn’t the same child he was before.
The lawsuit filed in the District seeks relief for migrants in fast-track deportation proceedings.
Protesters, turned away from the mayor’s office, were told she would not demand the release of as many as 12 D.C. residents detained by federal immigration agents.
Work is underway to get a former regional jail in Virginia ready to house people who have entered the U.S. illegally.
A life preserver with the message “Welcome Aboard” decorates the front door, a greeting befitting a Navy family. Inside, above the entrance, a framed sign reads: “Home is where your story begins.”
Immigration officials say they do not have enough details to investigate.
After three children separated from their parents described being mistreated to The Washington Post, Heartland Alliance launched an internal investigation
“Zero-tolerance” policy violated children’s rights, lawsuit says, and curtailed their opportunity to win U.S. protection.
In a country where whites will lose majority status in about 25 years, and where research suggests demographic anxiety is contributing to many of the social fissures polarizing America, the story of the coming decades will in part be the story of how white people adapt to a changing country. It will be the story of people like Heaven Engle and Venson Heim.
The Trump administration did not anticipate the strength of the backlash or have a specific reunification plan in place.
The group gathered to show lawmakers the faces of children who are the same age as those affected by the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.
The high school senior wore the shirt, which said “Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co.,” and “The Wall Just Got 10 Feet Taller,” to a class discussion about immigration.
Residents have given over $40,000 to the fund amid Trump immigration crackdown.
ACLU attorneys say migrant parents not given time to understand their legal options.
In a shuttered El Paso retirement home, a flood of parents and children reconnect as a deadline looms for the Trump administration.
Two probes follow a Washington Post report of abuse against children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine writes to ICE acting director, asks for more transparency.