Since the campaign trail, President Biden has said he wants to close privately run immigrant detention centers. But immigrant advocates say his administration isn't following through on his promises.
At least 19 people have died since 2016 in tribal detention centers overseen by Indian Affairs, our investigation found. Several died after correctional officers failed to provide proper medical care.
The ACLU wants the Biden administration to close dozens of immigration detention facilities, citing the historically low number of immigrants in detention and the high cost of paying for empty beds.
The number of immigrants in detention peaked under former President Donald Trump. Now those detention centers have emptied out, but ICE is still paying more than $1 million a day for empty beds.
Body cameras will now be worn by detention officers in both of Guilford County's jail facilities.
The spread of coronavirus behind bars is likely much more rampant than what's known right now. In prisons, jails and immigration detention centers, limited testing already shows widespread infection.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, concerns have risen about safety in immigration detention centers, where social distancing is difficult.
There's growing fear of coronavirus outbreaks among the 38,000 immigrants being held in detention centers. "The guards tell us it's all lies, you can't believe the TV. But we know it's the truth."
In his new book Redress: The Inside Story of the Successful Campaign for Japanese American Reparations, John Tateishi recounts the fight for justice in the wake of World War II internment camps.
A day of dramatic developments on the northern and southern borders as the U.S. immigration system slows down in response to the growing Coronavirus pandemic.