On Monday, the administration completely blew its deadline on reuniting parents with their toddlers that the government unnecessarily ripped away from them at the border. Luckily for the administration, the federal judge who gave the order has given them an extension.
After weeks of fierce protests and increasing calls for the abolition of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, it seems as though the Department of Homeland Security is once again catching on to the idea that terrorizing and detaining some of the most vulnerable people is maybe not the best look.
Here’s a quick little anecdote from Texas Republican Rep. Will Hurd that’s sure to inspire confidence in the Trump administration’s ability to reunite families torn apart by its family separation policy.
By now you’ve almost certainly seen the photograph of two-year-old Yanela Hernandez sobbing in terror as her mother is searched by Customs and Border Patrol agents. It’s a sobering image, and because of it, Hernandez has become the de facto face of the Trump administration’s cruel “zero tolerance” policy on…
President Donald Trump kicked off the third meeting of his National Space Council on Monday with a rambling, anti-immigrant speech that had little to do with the cosmos and everything to do with his own terrestrial-based racism.
The Associated Press has a story today about the conditions inside a Texas detention center where immigrant children are being held, separated from their families.
If you haven’t been reminded recently enough of how utterly evil this government is, buckle up: defense and security contractors are bringing in millions off of the Trump administration’s family separation policy.
In an interview on Tuesday with the conservative pundit Hugh Hewitt, sadistic elf Jeff Sessions emphasized there’s no one to blame for his policy of actively tearing undocumented immigrant children—including infants and toddlers—away from their parents but the parents themselves.
What is happening at the U.S.-Mexico border today is a humanitarian nightmare, and it’s getting worse every day, with the U.S. government now running out of space to shelter children who have been separated from their families at the border, NBC News reported on Monday.
A Border Patrol officer reportedly shot and killed an undocumented woman in Texas on Wednesday afternoon.
The ACLU published a report on Wednesday alleging a series of horrific instances of child abuse and neglect by Customs and Border Protection officials culled from five years of official Department of Homeland Security documents—all written during the Obama administration.
A Customs and Border Protection agent questioned two women in Montana this week after hearing them speak Spanish while in line at a convenience store.
A new report by the Council on Islamic-American Relations took a look at the year in anti-Muslim bias, and found not only an increase of discrimination, bigotry, and hate crimes against Muslims nationally in the wake of Donald Trump’s election, but that 35 percent of those incidents involved federal agencies under…
On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit against members of the Trump administration over the recent arrest of Rosa Maria Hernandez, a 10-year-old undocumented immigrant with cerebral palsy who was detained immediately following emergency gallbladder surgery in Laredo, TX.
The arrest of 10-year-old Rosa Maria Hernandez at a Corpus Christi hospital has become one of the most glaring examples of the Trump administration’s ongoing war on undocumented immigrants to date. Hernandez—who was brought to the United States from Mexico by her parents as an infant in the hopes of obtaining better…
The abusive “extreme vetting” tactics of immigration officials at U.S. airports claimed two more victims this week. The story of Colombian sisters Laura and Dayana Gómez, 11 and 20, respectively, is particularly disturbing.