Immigration and the Border

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Migrants are essential to California, Gustavo Arellano writes, but are also seen as expendable. Those who died are forgotten cogs of the Golden State machine.

Yesenia Magali Melendrez Cardona told her father she wanted to follow in his footsteps in the U.S. On Tuesday, she was among those killed in a gruesome crash near the U.S.-Mexico border.

A hospital said an immigrant’s hands may be amputated after he was found in the winter storm. Border Patrol told him he’d be sent back home, but he is now expected to stay in the U.S.

The U.S. has started processing small groups of asylum seekers from the ‘Remain in Mexico’ program, but thousands others still await entry.

President Biden lifted a freeze on green cards issued by his predecessor during the pandemic that lawyers said was blocking most legal immigration to the United States.

Extending a temporary order, a federal judge indefinitely bans the Biden administration from enforcing a 100-day moratorium on most deportations.

Agents found the huge haul of cocaine in a secret compartment. Earlier, agents found over 20 pounds of meth in connection with a traffic stop on the 15.

For decades, poets without legal status were excluded from prizes. A group called Undocupoets changed that — and then founded a prize of its own.

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