Daily Archives: September 6, 2019

Editorial: The common thread through all the Trump administration’s immigration policies is cruelty

Two core elements lie at the heart of nearly all of the Trump administration’s policies and actions governing immigrants: A strong desire to limit new residents from abroad, and a blind disregard for whatever cruelty mig ...

Supreme Court may again fast-track a legal dispute over Trump’s immigration plans

The court has no deadline or timetable for acting on the appeal. But usually, the justices take some action within a week or two after receiving briefs from both sides. ...

Nine Chinese Arizona State University students detained at LAX and sent back. ASU demands answers

The nine ASU students denied admission to the U.S. represent a tiny fraction of the university’s 13,000 international students, roughly 3,400 of whom come from China. ...

Deported veteran finally returns home after nearly 20 years

Joaquin Aviles, a deported veteran who was allowed to return to the U.S. after 19 years Thursday, is the first veteran to have his deportation overturned thanks to the Deported Veterans Legal Services Project. ...

Federal judge defends his decision to block asylum restrictions

A federal judge in California on Thursday appeared to defend his decision to block new asylum restrictions after a ruling from the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals narrowed the injunction last month.In July, US District J ...

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