Molly O’Toole is an immigration and security reporter based in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington, D.C., bureau. Previously, she was a senior reporter at Foreign Policy covering the 2016 election and Trump administration, a politics reporter at the Atlantic’s Defense One and a news editor at the Huffington Post. She has covered migration and security from Mexico, Central America, West Africa, the Middle East, the Gulf and South Asia for The Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic, the New Republic, Newsweek, the Associated Press and others. She was awarded the first-ever Pulitzer Prize in audio reporting in 2020 with the staff of This American Life and freelancer Emily Green for the “Out Crowd,” investigating the personal impact of the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy on asylum officers and asylum seekers. She was also a 2020 finalist for the Livingston Awards for excellence in international reporting. She is a graduate of Cornell University and NYU, but will always be a Californian.
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El gobierno de Biden iniciará una segunda fase retrasada de reducción de la controvertida política de inmigración de Trump.
La vicepresidenta se encuentra en El Paso para visitar la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México en el que quizá sea su viaje más cargado políticamente desde que asumió el cargo.
Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the southern border Friday, the administration confirmed. Republicans have criticized her for months for not going.
The Biden administration will begin a delayed second phase of winding down Trump’s controversial immigration policy.
Officials have quietly deployed a mobile app relying on facial recognition technology to collect data on asylum seekers before they cross the border.
El gobierno de Biden dice al ICE que ponga fin a los contratos con los centros de detención de inmigrantes de Georgia y Massachusetts que están bajo investigación federal.
Biden administration tells ICE to end contracts with immigration detention centers in Georgia and Massachusetts that are under federal investigation.
Incluso mientras los funcionarios de la administración Biden califican el Título 42 como una “fuente de dolor”, defienden la política de pandemia de la era Trump.
Even as Biden administration officials call Title 42 a ‘source of pain,’ they’re defending the Trump-era pandemic policy.
The family was among the earliest separated under the Trump administration. More than a thousand families remain separated.