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Mexico halts caravan of 2,000 migrants bound for US; critics call roundup a 'human hunt'

By Bradford Betz

A caravan of roughly 2,000 migrants bound for the United States early Saturday was halted by Mexican authorities only a few hours into their journey, according to witnesses cited by Reuters.

Ken Cuccinelli floated as likely next DHS chief with McAleenan to step down

By Adam Shaw

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli is being seen as a likely replacement for outgoing Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan, sources tell Fox News -- a move that would be welcomed by immigration hardliners.

As government cares for migrant children, private sector seeks profit in their detentions

By Frank Miles

Sheltering migrant children has become a growing business for the Florida-based government contractor, as the number of minors in government custody has swollen to record levels over the past two years. More than 50 babies, toddlers and teens were closely watched on this day inside the clean, well-lit shelter surrounded by chain link fences.

Judge blocks Trump administration from enforcing new detention policy on migrant children

By Bill Mears

A federal judge in Los Angeles blocked the Trump administration Friday from enforcing rules that would allow authorities to indefinitely detaining immigrant children with their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Harmeet Dhillon: Kate Steinle’s killer escapes punishment – Sanctuary for illegal immigrants endangers us all

By Harmeet Dhillon

With the decision last week by a California appeals court to reverse the conviction of Kate Steinle’s killer on a jury instruction technicality, California’s law-abiding residents are freshly reminded of how cheaply California’s sanctuary state lawmakers value our lives in comparison to the interests of illegal immigrants.

Trump admin reverses course on allowing temporary emergency deferrals for illegal immigrants facing deportation

By Gregg Re

In a partial reversal, the Trump administration announced Monday it would resume the practice of considering whether to defer the deportations of certain people living in the U.S. illegally, on a temporary, case-by-case basis, after it abruptly suspended the process for non-military requesters earlier this month.

Trump admin reverses course on allowing temporary emergency deferrals for illegal immigrants facing deportation

By Gregg Re

In a partial reversal, the Trump administration announced Monday it would resume the practice of considering whether to defer the deportations of certain people living in the U.S. illegally, on a temporary, case-by-case basis, after it abruptly suspended the process for non-military requesters earlier this month.

Mumps outbreaks affected migrants at detention centers in 19 states: CDC

By Danielle Wallace

About 900 migrants held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody have been exposed to mumps since last September, according to the first U.S. government report on outbreaks in the nation's overloaded immigration system.

Mumps outbreaks affected migrants at detention centers in 19 states: CDC

By Danielle Wallace

About 900 migrants held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody have been exposed to mumps since last September, according to the first U.S. government report on outbreaks in the nation's overloaded immigration system.

Molotov cocktail toss in Florida is latest attack against DHS facility: report

By Danielle Wallace

A suspect was arrested Friday after allegedly tossing a lit Molotov cocktail into the lobby of a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Florida, according to a report. It was the latest in a string of attacks against Homeland Security facilities.

Hans von Spakovsky: Crimes by illegal immigrants widespread across US – Sanctuaries shouldn’t shield them

By Hans von Spakovsky

Opponents of federal efforts to enforce the immigration laws enacted by Congress and past presidents of both parties have claimed repeatedly that illegal immigrants are “less likely” to commit crimes than U.S. citizens – and thus represent no threat to public safety. But that’s not true when it comes to federal crimes.

California appeals court overturns sole conviction in Kate Steinle death

By Samuel Chamberlain

A California state appeals court Friday overturned the lone conviction against an undocumented immigrant who shot and killed Kate Steinle on the San Francisco waterfront in 2015.

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