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  • 3-D-printed gun crusader Cody Wilson arrested in Taiwan on sexual assault charge

    3-D-printed gun crusader Cody Wilson arrested in Taiwan on sexual assault charge

    Taiwanese authorities have arrested and jailed the owner of a Texas company that sells blueprints for untraceable 3-D-printed guns, who is suspected of having sex with a minor, an immigration agency spokesman said. The Taiwan National Immigration Agency said Cody Wilson was arrested Friday at a...

  • Trump's immigrant roundups increasingly net noncriminals

    Trump's immigrant roundups increasingly net noncriminals

    A daughter who never returned home, a son gunned down at point-blank range, a mom who was brutally attacked — all deaths at the hands of immigrants in the country illegally, all gripping stories the White House has been eager to share. But for all the talk of murderers, rapists and other "bad hombres,"...

  • Swedish far-right is on the rise in national elections

    Swedish far-right is on the rise in national elections

    Sweden has long been seen as the model of an open, liberal country with low crime and a strong social welfare system. But a campaign dominated by immigration and law-and-order issues has helped propel the far-right Sweden Democrats to new electoral heights: Nearly 1 in 5 Swedish voters backed the...

  • Today: 'You’re Gonna Get Confirmed'

    Today: 'You’re Gonna Get Confirmed'

    The hard part in the Senate hearing for President Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee appears to be over. TOP STORIES ‘You’re Gonna Get Confirmed’ Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, had some advice 20 years ago for a judicial aspirant seeking Senate confirmation:...

  • Attorney challenges whether Iowa suspect in Mollie Tibbetts' slaying is in U.S. illegally

    Attorney challenges whether Iowa suspect in Mollie Tibbetts' slaying is in U.S. illegally

    The attorney for a Mexican man accused of killing an Iowa college student challenged the government's statement Wednesday that the suspect has been living in the United States illegally. Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, made his first appearance in court in the death of Mollie Tibbetts, whose July...

  • Man charged in Mollie Tibbetts' death in Iowa was in the country illegally, authorities say

    Man charged in Mollie Tibbetts' death in Iowa was in the country illegally, authorities say

    A man from Mexico living in the U.S. illegally has confessed to kidnapping college student Mollie Tibbetts while she was jogging in her small Iowa hometown, killing her and dumping her body in a cornfield, authorities said Tuesday. Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, was arrested and charged with first-degree...

  • Trump advisor Larry Kudlow hosted publisher of white nationalists at his home

    Trump advisor Larry Kudlow hosted publisher of white nationalists at his home

    The publisher of a website that serves as a platform for white nationalism was a guest last weekend at the home of President Trump's top economic advisor, Larry Kudlow. Peter Brimelow attended the gathering, a birthday bash for Kudlow, one day after a White House speechwriter was dismissed in the...

  • U.S. deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany

    U.S. deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany

    The last known former Nazi camp guard living in the United States was deported to Germany, an action that the White House trumpeted Tuesday in an apparent effort to show its harsh immigration enforcement policies are not just aimed at migrants on the border. The Justice Department said that Jakiw...

  • U.K. apologizes to deported and detained residents from Caribbean

    U.K. apologizes to deported and detained residents from Caribbean

    The British government apologized Tuesday to 18 long-term U.K. residents from the Caribbean who were deported or detained because they could not produce documents to prove their right to live in the country. Home Secretary Sajid Javid said their treatment was "completely unacceptable," and issued...

  • Trump sees political win in some Democrats' calls to abolish ICE

    Trump sees political win in some Democrats' calls to abolish ICE

    President Trump brandished two of his favorite political weapons at the White House on Monday: a phalanx of uniformed law enforcement officers by his side, and an angry denunciation of Democrats as a party of lawlessness and open borders. Unabashedly politicizing the federal agency established...

  • 'Killed me little by little.' Family detention left lasting scars for one mother and son

    'Killed me little by little.' Family detention left lasting scars for one mother and son

    For a long time, Lilian Oliva Bardales worried about how her young son, Cristhian, was adjusting to their new life in Barcelona. He squeezed her every time he saw a police officer. He got scared when people he didn’t know talked to him. Teachers told her he played violently at school, making dolls...

  • San Diego judge freezes deportation of separated migrant families

    A judge overseeing the effort to reunify families at the border urged opposing attorneys to get moving on a solution that would allow all reunited children to pursue their own asylum claims rather than be immediately deported with their parents. In a court hearing here Friday, U.S. District Judge...

  • South Korean-born Army vet who was at risk of deportation is granted U.S. citizenship

    Last week, Yea Ji Sea packed her life into a Prius and began the long drive home from Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio to Los Angeles. Before starting out, she searched for information on the internet about immigration checkpoints. Instead of taking the shortest route home, she veered a couple hundred...

  • Federal immigration lawyers have asked to reactivate thousands of closed deportation cases

    Federal immigration lawyers have asked to reactivate thousands of closed deportation cases

    Federal immigration prosecutors have sought to reactivate thousands of closed deportation cases, following a recent court decision by Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions that curbed the power of immigration judges to indefinitely suspend cases. Attorneys with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement this...

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