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WASHINGTON -- Differences over whether immigrants should be deported for fail ing to have health insurance or pay their healthcare bills have stalled a bipartisan group of House lawmakers, who blew past a self-imposed Thursday deadline as they pressed...
TUCSON — Young people granted immigration relief and work permits under a new Obama administration program still won't be able to obtain driver's licenses in Arizona, a federal judge has ruled. Although the decision is a win for Republican Gov....
By Paul Pringle and Richard WintonA witness to a beating by Kern County sheriff's deputies of a man who later died says she's worried that recorded segments from cellphone video of the incident may have been erased. More analysis will determine whether footage might be missing from that...
WASHINGTON – Many Latinos say they are less likely than before to report crimes because local police are increasingly involved in enforcing immigration laws, leading to a sharp increase in deportations, according to a new study. About 44% of...
Tags: International Law, Jared Polis, Immigration, Politics, Migration
Immigrants who are too mentally disabled to represent themselves in deportation proceedings are entitled to free legal assistance, a federal judge has ruled. Until now, some defendants languished in detention centers for years after judges declared them...
Tags: Trials, Judges, Migration, Prisons, Deportation
On Monday, the Obama administration announced a new policy to provide legal help to mentally disabled immigrants awaiting deportation trials in federal detention centers. A day later, a federal judge in Los Angeles reached the same conclusion, ruling that...
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that legal immigrants convicted of small amounts of marijuana possession are not subject to mandatory deportation. I hope the decision will serve as a strong warning to federal authorities to stop using laws intended...
Tags: Sonia Sotomayor, Drug Trafficking, Trials, Judges, Criminals
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has extended some leniency to legal immigrants who are convicted of having a small amount of marijuana, ruling that such a crime is not an “aggravated felony” that leads to deportation. In 7-2 decision, the...
MAKHACHKALA, Dagestan -- When Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev returned home to the capital of Dagestan for six months last year, he led a quiet life and spent time helping his father with house repairs, according to a family friend....
The federal government has the authority to detain and deport immigrants who violate the law. But it also has the responsibility to ensure that those it holds while they fight their deportation cases aren't locked up for months, or years, without an...
Immigrants detained in Southern California for possible deportation must be given a hearing within six months to determine whether they should be released, a federal appeals court decided Tuesday. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of...
A governor's warrant has been signed to extradite the man suspected in a fatal shooting and subsequent crash on the Las Vegas Strip, officials said. Los Angeles County district attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison confirmed the governor's warrant had...
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