Their story will be told in an upcoming movie.
Some Anne Arundel County detention center officers will begin training this month as part of federal program to screen inmates for possible immigration violations.
Hello Neighbor matches refugee families and American mentors to help the newcomers continue to adapt to life in the U.S. after the resettlement agencies finish their work .
Baltimore’s police commissioner has taken exception to questions from the U.S. Department of Justice that appear to link participation in a crime-fighting program to immigration policies.
A Latino and immigration advocacy group says it will be hosting Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer at a roundtable discussion about a program that protects young immigrants from deportation.
Removals are lower than in the later years of the Obama administration, but arrests have risen sharply.
Mostly deportations have stayed lower than in past years under Obama’s administration.
In a news release, the Justice Department touts a “return to rule of law” in the first six months of the administration.
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The approach the Trump administration endorsed falls far short of what we need.
Jose Montano, 17, admitted to having lewd, digital image of girl who’d claimed she was raped
He witnessed the Oak Creek massacre at a Sikh temple five years ago.
Lizandro and Diego Claros Saravia, brothers from Gaithersburg who came to this country illegally in 2009, were sent to El Salvador on Wednesday.
White House aide Stephen Miller sparred with a CNN reporter over the Emma Lazarus poem that includes the words: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free".
One of the brothers, Lizandro Claros Saravia, was headed to college with a scholarship to play soccer.
Lizandro Claros Saravia fled violence in El Salvador in 2009. He played for the elite Bethesda Soccer Club and graduated from Quince Orchard High School this year.
Jaime Zapata was first U.S. agent killed in Mexico since 1985; jury foreman: Defendants exemplified ‘worst in humanity.’
At least 17 potential witnesses have been identified by federal prosecutors who could seek the death penalty against truck driver James M. Bradley Jr.
An ambush and its agonizing details play out in the trial of an accused drug hit squad.
Frank G. Fuentes, who graduated from a Fairfax County high school two years ago, is one of 10 dead in the San Antonio smuggling case.
After discovery of several dead and dozens injured in dangerously overheated tractor-trailer, renewed calls for sanctuary-city crackdown, immigration reform.