The administration has alarmingly called for “surging resources” to turn back immigrants from the border and from inside the U.S.
We didn’t stop the Iraq War, but we changed history. Here’s a look at the legacy of the last two decades — and the brighter future that can follow.
For 20 years, the Department of Homeland Security has made life a nightmare for millions — but Dreamers like me have seen that there’s another way.
From its earliest beginnings, DHS has been associated with some of our country’s worst scandals.
IPS climate policy expert Basav Sen available for comment on federal interagency plan on climate threats and adaptation
“The DHS approach to climate-driven displacement is the moral equivalent of an arsonist burning down a house and then refusing shelter to its residents.”
The new administration has made some welcome changes, but Biden isn’t living up to all his promises — especially on detention.
Federal forces deployed in American cities is indeed cause for alarm. But we should also ask what these agents have been doing at the border and beyond.
President Obama has declared January as “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month,” and immigration will be near the top of President Obama’s political agenda in his second term.
Between 14,500 and 17,500 persons are trafficked into the country each year and that approximately 50,000 trafficked individuals may be present at any given time.
I learned the hard way that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field offices are actually becoming even more ruthless than before.
The Obama administration announced today that it will review the deportation cases of more than 300,000 undocumented immigrants.
A federal judge says immigration enforcers misled the general public about fingerprinting program.
Violent right-wing extremism is surging, but the Department of Homeland Security is scaling back intelligence units that might catch the next Timothy McVeigh before it’s too late.
The cynically named Secure Communities program threatens to make every cop in the country part of an immigration dragnet.