Near the end of the Supreme Court’s oral arguments regarding the Trump Administration’s attempt to add a citizenship question to the census, Noel Francisco, the Solicitor General, warned the Justices that a ruling against the government would open the door to “any group in the country to knock off any question on the census if they simply get together and boycott it.”
Charges against 16 people who protested outside a Rhode Island detention facility used by federal immigration officials were dismissed Thursday.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to begin the previously postponed raids across the country Sunday to arrest thousands of migrant families who already have court orders to be removed, according to a US official.
A decision siding with the administration could strip protections for nearly 700,000 so-called Dreamers.
Heydi Gámez García, a 13-year-old from Honduras, waited for her father to join her in the United States. But he was repeatedly stopped at the border.
The decision to add more military personnel comes as border arrests dropped by 28 percent in June, following a trend in which border crossings decline during the hot summer months.
Battles have raged within the Trump administration over family separations, ICE raids and the president’s obsession with a wall. Together, they have remade homeland security.
L.G.B.T.Q. Africans are funneled into a system that exposes them to the same persecutory treatment they sought to escape.
If multiracial democracy cannot be defended in America, it will not be defended elsewhere.
The Trump administration’s campaign of terror against immigrants and asylum seekers worsens by the day.Parents and children continue to be forcibly separated, children sleep in cages and in freezing rooms, some are so traumatized they no longer speak.
The rule will likely prevent the vast majority of asylum claims. Regardless of its legality, the rule is bad policy. If it is implemented as the president envisions, it will create worse problems than the ones that already exist.
With the agency under fire for holding children in deplorable conditions and over racist and misogynistic Facebook posts, one agent speaks about what it’s like to do his job. “Somewhere down the line people just accepted what’s going on as normal.”
A New York federal judge has issued an order definitively blocking the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census in any form, despite the administration’s insistence it has abandoned plans to add a question on the census.
As the Vietnam War caromed to an end, Sister Marie Therese LeBlanc, a middle-aged American nun serving at Friends of the Children of Vietnam orphanage in Saigon, signed one affidavit after another attesting to sons and daughters she never had. It was April 23, 1975, one week before the city fell to the communists.