U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman said it is unconstitutional to keep credible asylum-seekers in custody indefinitely as they await immigration proceedings, reversing a Trump administration order.
The Trump administration is moving forward with printing 2020 census forms without a citizenship question. The move comes after a more than year-long legal battle over the hotly contested question.
NPR's Noel King talks to Brandon Judd, president of the union that represents agents, about the Inspector General's report finding "dangerous overcrowding" at facilities. NPR's John Burnett weighs in.
A Nevada man insists he thought he was in the clear when he drove in the carpool lane. Nevada Highway Patrol clarified that only living, breathing people count.
An inspector general warns of dangerous overcrowding in border facilities in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. Census forms to be printed without the citizenship question. And, a July 4th preview.
Days after the Supreme Court ruled to keep the question off the census for now, the Trump administration decided to stand down on its efforts to push for its addition on forms for next year's count.
A fellow SEAL had shocked the courtroom by claiming that he, not Edward Gallagher, killed the captive. The jury convicted Gallagher on one charge — posing with the body of the dead prisoner.
The inspector general's office visited Customs and Border Protection sites across the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas. They found migrants penned in overcrowded Border Patrol facilities.
A military jury in San Diego acquitted Navy SEAL Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher of all but one count of war crimes, in a case revolving around the killing of a 17-year-old ISIS prisoner.
For eight years, a roving band of competitive barbecuers has traveled to emergency zones across the U.S., serving thousands of hot and tangy meals to people in need. Now they've got a cookbook.