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"Mark is a true believer and American Patriot," Trump tweeted on Sunday. "He will do a great job!"
2020 Democratic candidate Julián Castro just released the most detailed immigration plan of any contender and it would reshape the US system
Julian Castro wants to break up the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency and implement a '21st century Marshall Plan.'
Migrant miscarriages in ICE detention centers have almost doubled during President Trump’s first two years in office
The number of miscarriages among pregnant women in immigration detention facilities has increased under the Trump administration.
21 Savage said he wasn’t offended by the brutal memes mocking him for being British, and he even thought some of them were funny
The rapper 21 Savage was arrested by ICE on February 3, amid allegations that he has been living in the US illegally since his visa expired in 2006.
A key GOP senator trying to stop a 2nd shutdown says there’s a ’50-50′ chance the government will grind to a halt again at the end o...
A bipartisan committee needs to present a border security proposal to President Donald Trump before government funding runs out on Saturday 12:01 a.m.
21 Savage, real name Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, faces deportation as ICE accused him of being a British citizen who overstayed a visa in 2006.
Rapper 21 Savage was arrested by ICE for allegedly overstaying a visa, throwing his origin story into question
Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested rapper 21 Savage on Sunday. The agency said he is a United Kingdom citizen who overstayed a US visa.
Ocasio-Cortez argued that the president has created a humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border — something his long-promised wall would exacerbate.
An Alabama sheriff is accused of keeping nearly $1.5 million of funds meant to be used to feed federal ICE detainees.
Amazon’s cloud CEO just pooh-poohed employee concerns about selling its facial-recognition software to ICE and law enforcement
Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, largely dismissed employee worries about the use of Rekognition by law enforcement agencies.