Authorities Are Searching For A Woman Suspected Of Killing A Professional Cyclist Who Was Dating Her Boyfriend
Authorities believe Kaitlin Armstrong fatally shot Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson, a 25-year-old gravel racer who was apparently involved in a romantic relationship with Armstrong's boyfriend.
Earlier this month, the Biden administration announced plans to end Title 42, the Trump-era policy that claimed the pandemic made speedy expulsions necessary.
Ukrainians Are Getting Special Treatment At The US Border That Other Asylum-Seekers Fleeing Violence Aren’t, Immigration Lawyers Say
"It is really jarring seeing how the welcome wagon was rolled out in comparison to how it's been going for others."
Graphic Images And Reports Of Russian Atrocities In Bucha, Ukraine, Are Being Condemned By World Leaders
Leaders in the US and Europe called for anyone who had committed war crimes to be brought to justice.
Sacramento police said there are no suspects in custody and asked for the public's help in identifying them.
Immigrants in shelters near the US border report having to deal with restricted access to phones, lack of privacy, and threats of being kicked out. Some disappear after venturing outside.
Critics have long accused the US of using the pandemic as an excuse to get around asylum obligations and discourage immigrants from attempting to cross the border.
As with other immigrants and asylum-seekers, border authorities have been told they can make exceptions for Ukrainians on a case-by-case basis.
A Judge Has Ordered The Biden Administration To Resume Trump’s Policy Of Expelling Unaccompanied Immigrant Children At The Border
President Biden has continued to invoke the public health order to expel most immigrants at the southern border, but was making an exception for children who arrive without an adult family member.
This Ukrainian Man And His Family Fled Just In Time For US Protection, But Others May Not Be So Lucky
“Not even in my dreams could I have imagined fleeing the country I lived in for 18 years.”
These ICE Detainees With High-Risk Medical Conditions Fought For Months To Be Released — And They’re Just The Ones We Know About
“The lack of medical care is leading to some pretty scary situations for people who are detained there for months and months,” one attorney said.
Thousands Marched For Ukraine As The EU Announced It Will Provide Weapons And Ban Russian Planes From Its Airspace
In addition to providing weapons and banning Russian planes from its airspace, the EU said it was also blocking Russian state-owned news agencies from its airwaves.
Saturday Night Live led this week's show with an emotional performance from the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York.
Prosecutors presented evidence including racist, violent posts shared by the three men and messages in which they used slurs to describe Black people.
Photos Show The Aftermath Of The Blizzard That Dumped More Than Two Feet Of Snow In Some Northeastern States
The storm dropped more than 2 feet of snow in parts of the country, leaving thousands of people without power.
“It should not take a call to a congressperson for a child with blood clots in the brain or [a] tangled spinal cord to be considered urgent humanitarian circumstances,” one attorney said.
US Border Authorities Have Incorrectly Placed Immigrants With Medical Conditions In The Relaunched “Remain In Mexico” Program, Attorneys Say
At least nine immigrants identified by attorneys as being vulnerable have been taken out of the program, but one was mistakenly returned to Mexico.
The Biden administration has maintained it is being forced to restart the program, but it has also expanded who is eligible.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s Operation To Arrest Immigrants At The Texas Border Is Actually Helping Some Asylum-Seekers Stay In The Country
Operation Lone Star is "ironically allowing some of our clients to access asylum proceedings" that they normally would have been cut off from, one attorney said.
"He often said, 'Everything I do is for the 17-year-old version of myself,' believing deeply in the power of art to inspire future generations."