House passes bill to allow some border and customs job applicants to skip polygraph test

JUNE 7 – The House voted 282 to 137 Wednesday in favor of a bill that would allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection to waive a mandatory lie-detector test for applicants from law enforcement or the military, raising alarms that the move will weaken standards at the agency. Read more >

Trump's Solar-Powered Border Wall Is More Than a Troll

On Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump shared a new idea with congressional Republicans: Read more >

Fear of Deportation Drives People Off Food Stamps in US

NEW YORK (AP) — A crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump has driven some poor people to take a drastic step: opt out of federa Read more >

Feds fight demand for Trump campaign draft of travel ban

The Justice Department is fighting a legal attempt to force disclosure of a campaign document that may have served as the basis for President Donald Trump's travel ban executive orders. Read more >

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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to revive travel ban

President Donald Trump's administration on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to revive his plan to temporarily ban travelers from six Muslim-majority nations after it was blocked by lower courts that found it was discriminatory. Read more >

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DOJ Admits It Can’t Actually Take Away Federal Grants From Most ‘Sanctuary’ Cities

WASHINGTON ― After months of bluster about taking away federal law enforcement grants from jurisdictions that don’t fully cooperate with deportation e Read more >

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BLM Co-Founder: Trump Admin's Haiti Emails Perpetuate the Myth of the 'Black Criminal'

Black immigrants are once again in the cross-hairs of the federal government’s racist and xenophobic immigration policies. Read more >

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A Federal Immigration Building With a Dark Past

In post-war San Francisco, discrimination against Chinese immigrants resulted in tragedy

From the outside, the 
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Hispanics ‘are going further into the shadows’ amid chilling immigration debate, police say

Police departments from California to New Jersey have reported a decrease in crime reporting in predominantly Hispanic neighborhoods, which some local law enforcement officials believe could be related to the nation’s impassioned immigration debate. Read more >

A Path to America, Marked by More and More Bodies

SAN MARCOS, TEX. Read more >