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Senate Democrats Question ICE Arrests of Spouses of U.S. Citizens
“Although both couples were legally married, the undocumented spouses in each case had outstanding deportation orders that they were trying to remedy through the appropriate process as prescribed in U.S. law,” the senators wrote. “Ripping apart families and punishing those who are trying to come out
Trump: 'Democrats have a death wish'
President Trump said Thursday that the Democratic push to abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will cost them in the 2018 midterm elections.“The Democrats have a death wish, in more ways than one - they actually want to abolish ICE,” Trump tweeted Thursday. “This should cost them heavily
EU Commission steps up legal battle with Hungary over migration rules
July 19, 2018 / 10:22 AM / Updated 31 minutes ago BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission decided on Thursday to step up its legal battle against Hungary over its refusal to respect European Union immigration and asylum rules. The EU executive said in a statement that it referred Hungary to th
Lack of legal aid puts asylum seekers' lives at risk, charity warns
In addition, changes made in 2006 to the way legal aid providers are paid, so they are paid by unit of work and not by the hour, have also discouraged providers from taking up the cases – and when they do they spend less time on them.
Non-citizens, illegal immigrants now may register to vote in San Francisco school board elections
The city of San Francisco this week began allowing non-citizens, including illegal immigrants, to register to vote in the November election for the city school board.
FOX NEWS FIRST: Trump briefed on Putin meddling before inauguration; Nunes suggests DOJ, FBI want Dems to win
President Trump was briefed before his inauguration about Vladimir Putin's role in Russia's meddling in the 2016 elections, according to a reportHouse Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes casts doubt on the timing of the Justice Department's indictment of 12 Russian agents, suggests in an int
PA GOP Grills Democratic Candidates on Their Party's Leftward Tilt
The Republican Party of Pennsylvania is wasting no time in holding Democratic Congressional Candidates running in the Commonwealth accountable. The party recently launched a questionnaire, sent to all Democratic candidates for Congress in Pennsylvania, asking the congressional-hopefuls’ opinion on i
GOP Senator Calls Activist’s Family Separation Concerns ‘DNC Talking Points’
Sen.Dean Heller(R-Nev.), considered the most vulnerable member of Congress’ upper chamber running for re-election in 2018, told an activist who confronted him over family separation during a telephone town hall that her concerns were “DNC talking points,” according to audio of the call obtained by H
Perspective | Gene Weingarten: What Red Hen could have done instead of kicking Sanders out
Most people seem to think that the proprietors of theRed Hen restaurantwere wrong last month to refuse to serve dinner to presidential press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. The question remains: Given their antipathy to the Trump administration, what should they have done? With a little help from
How immigration could save the post-industrial world
The bottom line:The control of borders is a serious political problem, but experts are eying legal immigration as one solution to a future demographics challenge. As nations age, many will be short of workers to support social programsrelied on by the older population.
Grannies unite, caravan to the southern border to protest Trump immigration policies
Nearly 30 grandparents will pack into two 15-seat vans to caravan from New York to the U.S.-Mexico Border at the end of this month to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies. The week-long caravan comes after more than 2,000 immigrant children were separated from their families at t
San Francisco, Portland register illegal immigrants to vote
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Thursday briefing: 'Anna Chapman with real pistols'
US prosecutors have given more details of an alleged Russian spy’s efforts to infiltrate the National Rifle Association and the Republican party. Maria Butina was in contact with suspected Russian intelligence officers and a billionaire oligarch linked to the Kremlin; maintained a sham relationship
Republicans Force Democrats To Go On Record Over Immigration Agency
Republicans were clear from the start that they wanted to vote on the nonbindingresolutionto support ICE as a political exercise. Republicans want to demonstrate that all Democrats are being pushed to the left by progressives, like Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., who wa
House Republicans Pass Immigration Resolution To Own The Libs
House Republicans finally succeeded in approvingimmigrationlegislation Wednesday, aftermultiple failuresat sweeping bills to crack down on the border, address family separations and offer protections to young people who came to the U.S. as kids.
Detained migrants allege they were forced to drink foul-smelling water and spoiled food
Lidia, a 22-year-old migrant from El Salvador, said her four-year-old son Marcos cried from hunger during their stay at a South Texas family residential center in Dilley. She said they were given frozen sandwiches that were "not able to be eaten" and "went hungry the entire time" in custody of the U
House GOP Passes ‘ICE Is Nice’ Resolution
At this point House Republicans (and thus the entire GOP) look likely to finish 2018 without any substantive accomplishments on immigration policy, despite all sorts of promises of and demands for action. Two comprehensive GOP immigration bill werevoted down by substantial marginsafter Republicans r
Dozens of infants ordered to appear in immigration court: report
At least 70 children under the age of 1 have been ordered before immigration judges since last October, some without any form of legal representation present, according to newly released government data.
Trump administration ignored intel warnings in canceling immigration protections
UnderPresident Trump, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has so far ended TPS for six countries, four of them in Central America and the Caribbean.
Cornyn on Senate immigration bill: 'I think it's dead'
He was referring to talks between Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Thom Tillis of North Carolina, as well as Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin and Dianne Feinstein of California, who wanted to propose legislation in the Senate to end family separations.