As lawmakers in Washington prepare a budget for the next fiscal year, funding for the border wall is taking center stage — again.
The monthly total is the lowest since January — and less than half of this year's peak in May.
African refugee arrivals are up 44% but cutbacks may be imminent.
"Suicidal ideation" and "inconsolable crying" are among the fallout from Trump's immigration policies, watchdog finds.
Judges say immigration court system has "effectively been dismantled."
Viewpoint: Changes For a Landmark Agreement Mean Immigrant Children Face Harsher Treatment In the U.S.
Immigrant children could remain indefinitely in federal detention if courts allow the Trump administration to ditch a landmark agreement that has protected migrant children for decades.
Trump’s new immigration policy applies more harshly to families of U.S. citizens in the military than to families of noncitizens in the military. Experts think it’s an error that suggests officials are pushing policies even they don’t fully understand.
Analysis: New Trump Rules Stand to Block the Public From Information About the Treatment of Detained Migrant Children
The administration plans to scrap the Flores settlement, meaning the long-term or indefinite detention of migrant children will carry on out of public view.
Leaked Immigration Court Official’s Directive Could Violate Rules That Protect Families From Deportation
Legal experts say placing hard limits on family immigration cases could be illegal.
'No Comment': Emails Show the VA Took No Action to Spare Veterans From a Harsh Trump Immigration Policy
The VA’s approach differs sharply from the Pentagon’s, which won an exemption for active-duty members of the military.
'Dirtbag,' 'Savages,' 'Subhuman': A Border Agent’s Hateful Career and the Crime That Finally Ended It
Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen had been investigated for years before he used his 4,000-pound truck to assault a fleeing migrant.
The Trump administration announced changes to the “public charge” rule that will prevent immigrants who access government services from staying in the U.S.
The Case That Made an Ex-ICE Attorney Realize the Government Was Relying on False “Evidence” Against Migrants
Years after quitting her job as an attorney for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Laura Peña returned to the fight — defending migrants she’d once prosecuted. Then, a perplexing family separation case forced her to call upon everything she’d learned.
The United States has a moral responsibility for unaccompanied children—and took it seriously, at least in 2014.
The Justice Department says immigration law judges operate as managers, an argument the Federal Labor Relations Authority rejected in 2000.
Americans’ Support For Immigration Is At Record Highs – But The Government Is Out Of Sync With Their Views
Americans have never felt warmer toward immigrants, nor have they ever been more supportive of immigration.
Mexican Officials Say El Paso Massacre Was Terrorism Aimed At Their Citizens — And Vow To Be Part Of Investigation
The shooting, which killed 22 people, has reignited Mexican officials' criticism of what they consider lax U.S. gun laws.
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