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Trump Administration Seeks To Curtail Green Cards For Immigrants On Public Aid
By By Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
The announcement could help galvanize voters who have backed or opposed Trump’s crackdown on legal and illegal immigration.
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FEMA Chief Reportedly Considered Quitting As Florence Raged In His Home State
Long-simmering tensions with Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen have boiled over.
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Homeland Security Shifted $10 Million From FEMA For Immigrant Crackdown, Senator Says
“This is a scandal," Oregon Democrat Jeff Merkley said as the Carolinas brace for Hurricane Florence.
Muslim Woman Says TSA Forced Her To Show Her Bloodied Pad During Airport Screening
Zainab Merchant said that after the horrifying incident, airport officials refused to give her their names and badge numbers so she would not be able to file a complaint.
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Migrant Parents Coerced Into Signing Documents They Didn’t Understand: Complaint
A new complaint says that in some cases, parents gave away rights to family reunification unknowingly.
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Trump's Crackdown On Families Isn't Stopping Them From Crossing The Border
Apprehensions at the southwestern border are down. But arrests of people traveling as families remain about the same.
Trump May Deport 1,200 People To Yemen As The U.S. Bombs The Country
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
The Homeland Security Department will soon decide whether to end temporary protected status for Yemenis in America.
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LGBTQ Immigrant Detainees Reported Sexual Assault At Higher Rates
ICE housed transgender women in all-male facilities, even though they're often more vulnerable to sexual abuse.
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An Empire Of Nothing At All? The U.S. Military Takes Us Through The Gates Of Hell
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Trump's Original Muslim Ban Is Still Alive In Visa Surveillance Program
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Easily abused "extreme vetting" practices may render moot the impending Supreme Court travel ban decision.
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Texas Sends 250 National Guard Troops To Mexico Border
By Brendan O'Brien, Reuters
The Department of Defense authorized funding for up to 4,000 National Guard troops to secure the border.
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Homeland Security To Compile A Database Of Journalists, Bloggers And Influencers
Many in the media industry did *not* like the implications.
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This Immigration Proposal Could Put 670,000 Children At Risk Of Poverty
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The Department of Homeland Security proposal seeks to change a rule that’s been around since 1999.
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Donald Trump To Order National Guard To Mexican Border
By Jeff Mason, Reuters
Troops may be heading to the border as early as Wednesday night, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said.
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Trump's DACA Deadline May Be Void, But Dreamers Must Stay On Alert
Every day Congress fails to protect Dreamers is another day where the issue becomes even more complicated.
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We're Still Not Really Sure What The Russians Did To Hack Us. That's A Huge Problem.
Without a deep understanding of the 2016 intrusion, experts warn states can't stop it from happening again.
John Kelly Jokes 'God Punished Me' By Making Him Trump's Chief Of Staff
“The last thing I wanted to do was walk away from one of the great honors of my life," Kelly said about his position at the Department of Homeland Security.
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Russians Reportedly 'Compromised' Systems In 7 States Before 2016 Election
Intelligence officials say no ballots or information had been changed.
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Trump's Anti-Immigration Machine Is Chipping Away At The Fourth Amendment
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The administration has allowed Border Patrol agents to operate aggressively on private property and detain U.S. citizens.
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We Are Still A Sitting Duck For Russian Hacking
Russia's act of war is a difficult question. But Trump isn't even trying to answer it.
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Russia Infiltrated Some U.S. Voter Registration Rolls Before 2016 Election, DHS Says
The FBI had warned that this was happening.
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NAACP Cites Trump’s Reported ‘Shithole’ Comment In Lawsuit To Protect Haitians
The administration's “true motive" for canceling protection for Haitians in the U.S. "reflects racial discrimination,” the federal suit says.
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Federal Workers Forced To Go Without Pay As Government Shutdown Extends To Day 3
The shutdown is now extending into the work week, and the effects will be far more visible.
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Trump's Homeland Security Chief Not Sure If Norway Is Mostly White
It's only one of the whitest countries in the world. Coincidentally, it's also where Trump prefers immigrants come from.
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Justice Department Blindsided Banking Agency On Marijuana Reversal: Report
By Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters
Critics said the Justice Department’s decision could drive banks out of the cannabis industry.
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U.S. Warns Tourists Against Mexico Travel While Feds Threaten To Send Immigrants Back
Trump's immigration crackdown could deport people to Mexican states now deemed as dangerous as Syria or Yemen.
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