President Mein Führer von SpankDat is excluded from the “most hated in the White House” game because he would win every time. Before Monday’s press conference with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on the youth internment camps—which used to be big-box department stores or warehouses before…
In an op-ed published Tuesday, the Washington Post drew attention to a case that highlights the cruelty and “tortured logic” of our country’s current immigration policies.
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund filed a discrimination lawsuit Wednesday against the Department of Homeland Security for rescinding the Temporary Protected Status of nearly 60,000 Haitian immigrants.
Federal officials have set in motion a new rule that allows the government to collect social media from all immigrants—including people who are already permanent residents and naturalized citizens.
A Department of Homeland Security officer is facing charges after being caught on video kicking a handcuffed man in the head outside a federal building in Pomona, Calif.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.—you know, the black man who loves to chide black people in the name of his lord and master Donald J. Trump—won’t be taking the assistant secretary position at the Department of Homeland Security.
Editor’s note: Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced Monday that he has extended Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status for six more months. He hinted that this shortened extension will be the last, saying that TPS recipients should take “time to attain travel documents and make other necessary arrangements for…
Remember how the Trump administration figured it would try to shame sanctuary cities into cooperating with its detainer requests by publishing the “Declined Detainer Outcome Report” on a weekly basis? Remember how the first one came out and we were all like, “Shut up, Homeland Security”? Well, apparently the…
The Trump administration promised to publicly shame any city or county that did not cooperate with federal immigration authorities by detaining undocumented immigrants who have been arrested or charged with a crime, and the Department of Homeland Security made good on that promise Monday by publishing its first weekly…
In an effort by President Donald Trump to end what he calls “catch and release,” the Department of Homeland Security is considering separating women and children trying to come into the country at the Southern border illegally, ostensibly to stop “the exploitation of children.”
According to an unclassified, internal Department of Homeland Security report, most foreign-born terrorists operating in the United States do not become radicalized until several years after entering the country, which is the antithesis of Donald Trump’s reasoning for his travel ban.
Immigration officers have been identifying themselves as “police” when searching for people living in the country illegally, and top elected officials in Los Angeles are urging federal authorities to bring that practice to a stop.
New guidelines that empower federal authorities to more aggressively detain and deport undocumented immigrants inside the United States and at the border were signed off on by Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly and released Tuesday.
Civil rights groups in Los Angeles said Thursday that they had been alerted by “credible sources,” including attorneys, that immigration sweeps were taking place in the greater L.A. area, prompting more than 100 protesters fueled by fear and outrage to march in the streets of downtown L.A. on Thursday evening.