ICE seems to be stepping up its enforcement game, purportedly first going after “criminals”—or those caught up in the nation’s notoriously unjust criminal justice system. They are starting to arrest defendants at criminal courts.
Amid soaring controversy about donations to anti-immigration and population-control groups, a prominent charity in the South appears to be distancing itself from the organizations, according to the Atlanta Daily World.
While eliciting boos from Democrats, Trump's immigration orders likely elicited cheers from some deep-pocketed foes.
Joseph Jones and J.P. Prince may not be able to return to Iran because of the country's retaliation efforts over President Trump's travel ban.
U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly of the Eastern District of New York temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Saturday.
We've gathered all of the controversial actions President Trump has taken since Inauguration Day.
Six people were shot in Chicago on Wednesday during a vigil for a homicide victim.
Obama invited president-elect Donald Trump to the White House on Thursday to talk about a “smooth transition of power."
What remains unseen is a legitimate plan of action from the Trump administration that addresses education, economy, national security, and law enforcement's tense relationship with minority communities. It's currently a plan full of fluffed up rhetoric and fear-mongering.
UPDATED: Thursday, July 21, 12:46 AM EST About 18 people were arrested early Thursday outside a security barrier around the Republican National Convention after a protester tried to burn the American flag, reports CNN: Upward of 200 law enforcement officers from dozens of departments, joined by Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams, converged on the scene, […]
The Court failed to reach a decision on United States v. Texas, No. 15-674, likely due to the empty Supreme Court seat.
"So when I see immigrant, when I think immigrant, I think strength I think strong. I think triumph."