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Trump Administration Considers Separating Families to Combat Illegal Immigration

The Trump administration is considering a plan to separate parents from their children when families are caught entering the country illegally, according to officials who have been briefed on the plans. The forceful move is meant to discourage border crossings, but immigrant groups have denounced it as draconian and inhumane. Read more >

How Breitbart, Trump and Texas Politicians Spun a Tale out of a Border Patrol Agent’s Death

Republican electeds have ignored official statements and spread questionable reporting in hurry to cash in on Rogelio Martinez’s death.

On the night of November 18, two Border Patrol agents lay badly wounded at the bottom of a 14-foot deep culvert near Van Horn, Texas. Read more >

Police in Trump-supporting towns aid immigration officials in crackdown

November 27, 2017

BENSALEM, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - Dozens of police departments in the United States have been granted new powers, or are seeking them, to check the immigration status of people they arrest, aiding President Donald Trump’s broad crackdown on people living in the country illegally. Read more >

DOJ Targets 29 'Sanctuary Cities' in Latest Salvo

The Justice Department on Wednesday escalated its crackdown on so-called "sanctuary" jurisdictions, naming more than two dozen cities, counties and states across America that it believes may be out of compliance with l Read more >

Trump plans massive increase in federal immigration jails

The Trump administration is planning an increase in federal immigration jails across the country for the thousands of additional undocumented immigrants its agents are arresting. Read more >

Hundreds of immigrants arrested in sanctuary cities across US

The Trump administration’s immigration enforcement division arrested hundreds of people in raids across “sanctuary” cities in recent days, in an operation directly targeting communities that are resisting the president’s aggressive deportation agenda. Read more >

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