Federal Judge Blocks Trump's Asylum Ban
The ruling comes after President Donald Trump signed a proclamation to refuse asylum earlier this month.
Democrats Create Immigration Plan in Response to Trump
Party leaders must decide how progressive they want to be.
Midterms Update: Georgia's Abrams Ends Her Bid for Governor. Florida Is Still in Play
While Abrams acknowledged that there were no legal means to surmount what she calls irregularities, she refused to concede to her opponent.
Acting Head of ICE Denies Family Separation Policy
Ronald Vitiello, the Trump administration’s nominee to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also refused to rule out the possibility that it could happen again.
LGBTQ Group That Split From the Migrant Caravan Has Arrived at the U.S. Border
As members of a persecuted class, most plan to seek asylum in the United States as early as this week. In a press conference they claimed to have faced discrimination within the caravan.
Trump Signs Immigration Proclamation to Limit Asylum Claims
The president says asylum seekers must arrive via official ports of entry and ”have merit” to be accepted into the United States.
Motel 6 to Pay $7.6 Million for Helping ICE Target Guests With 'Latino-Sounding Names'
The discount hotel chain released a statement saying it “accepts full responsibility for compensating those who were harmed.”
Voter Suppression: Did it Work?
Republicans attempted to silence voters of color in midterm races across the country.
New Report Shows Prison Can Block Access to Education for Life
Data sheds light on the educational mobility of formerly incarcerated people.
Trump Wants to End Birthright Citizenship, Experts Respond
But can the president legally change a constitutional amendment via an executive order?
Immigrants Seeking American Citizenship Face Extreme Delays
More than 700,000 permanent residents are waiting for their applications to be processed.
MacArthur Foundation Commits $148 Million to Criminal Justice Reform
The organization’s Safety and Justice Challenge now includes a network of 52 cities and counties creating innovative solutions to reduce over-incarceration.
Central-American Asylum Seekers Respond to Trump's Lies
Some people traveling with the caravan remain hopeful that the United States will offer them assistance.
Pompeo Accuses Migrant Caravan of Inciting Violence
The U.S. Secretary of State did not provide any evidence for his claims against the group.
Amendment 4 Could Restore Voting Rights for Millions of Formerly Incarcerated People in Florida
People with felony convictions in the Sunshine State face some of the harshest voting laws in the nation.
Mass Migration March Continues As Roughly 3,000 Hondurans Head for U.S. Border
March of the Migrant grows in strength despite warnings from the Trump administration that the group won’t be allowed in the country.
Republicans Attack 'Dangerous' Immigrants As Midterms Approach
A new report finds that Republican politicians are relying on fear tactics and lies to rally voters in the most competitive midterm races.
Author Q&A: How Hard History and Healthy Friendships Will Save Us All
In “Zora and Me: Cursed Ground,” author T.R. Simon holds a mirror up to young Black people so that they can bear witness to their own courage, strength and magic.