While the judge overseeing the court-ordered reunification of thousands of migrant children forcibly separated from their parents has called the process “very encouraging,” the fact remains that about 700 children are still not with their parents.
Nearly a year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the fallout, devastation, and political shortcomings continue to take their toll. And the response has been nothing short of shameful.
The Baltimore Police Department is under scrutiny yet again after a video went viral on Saturday showing two black officers brutally assaulting an unarmed black man seemingly for no reason.
In what may turn out to be yet another front of the Trump administration’s war on transgender rights, some transgender U.S. passport holders are claiming that the State Department has denied renewal requests even after the applicants already listed their gender as female on previously approved passports.
Raúl Castro, who stepped down as head of Cuba’s government last April, has proposed a series of constitutional reforms that include term limits for the office of president and the recognition of same-sex marriages, among other proposals.
By far the toughest part for the child victims of the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy is being unable to see their parents and not really knowing if—or when—they ever will.
A government lawyer may need more time to dog-sit over the weekend, but the Trump administration won’t be getting a blanket extension on the deadlines a judge set for the reunification of migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
To the surprise of no one, the biggest White House proponent of ripping immigrant children from their parents—and committing government-sponsored child abuse in the process—is garbage human being Stephen Miller.
Finally, someone has gotten it right on international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney.
The crusade by Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) Director Scott Lloyd to prevent undocumented immigrant teens from accessing abortion services while in U.S. custody received yet another legal setback on Friday.
Whether Donald Trump is trying to distract the nation from his administration’s scandals or he really believes that killing people will solve the country’s drug problems, the idea of imposing a death penalty for drug dealing is un–American. And it needs to be stopped in its tracks.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an order this weekend prohibiting certain state agencies from doing business with companies that “promote or tolerate discrimination,” the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. State officials have provided few details about the specific ramifications of the order.
The prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has announced that he will take an important step toward addressing past injustices committed against members of the LGBTQ community.
President Trump’s been getting to spend plenty of time with his BFF, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, during a summit of Southeast Asian nations and on Monday seemed to laugh right along with Duterte as he unironically referred to the reporters present as “spies.”
As President Donald Trump joined his Philippines counterpart Rodrigo Duterte and other leaders from across Asia for an extravagant gala dinner, protesters earlier had violently battled with local riot police, leaving several on both sides injured.
The U.S. government has finally released from custody 10-year-old Rosa Maria Hernandez, a child with cerebral palsy who was detained by immigration officials after an emergency gallbladder surgery in Laredo, TX.
In 2005, Judith Daluz thought she was coming to America for good job that would help support her family back home in the Philippines. But when she arrived in New York as a domestic worker, she alleges she was abused by her employers.
As the Trump administration continues its efforts to prevent immigrants from crossing the Mexican border, a report released on Thursday by Doctors Without Borders serves as a stark reminder that many of those crossing the border are fleeing extreme violence and endure inhumane conditions before reaching the U.S.
United Airlines kicked off a public relations nightmare on Monday after cellphone video surfaced of a bloodied and disoriented Asian passenger being literally pulled off an overbooked flight from Chicago to Louisville on Sunday.
UN Ambassador Nikki Haley found herself on the hot seat at the annual Women in the World Summit in New York City on Wednesday thanks to her boss, Donald Trump, and his deplorable approach to Syria in the wake of the worst chemical attack in the country in years.