A recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program who was deported earlier this year has dropped his lawsuit against the Trump administration to get back into the U.S.
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Immigration agents arrested an Indian national suspected of assault and sexual abuse after New York City jail officials released him in spite of an outstanding detention request, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said Wednesday.
After recent revelations that U.S. diplomats in Havana, Cuba, were targeted by mysterious "sonic attacks," many American tourists now believe they were victims of the same unexplained phenomenon.
The Trump administration is laying out plans for the construction of more detention space to house thousands of criminal aliens it has arrested as a part of its crackdown on illegal immigration.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday accused a Florida congresswoman of misrepresenting the nature of his phone call to the widow of a special forces soldier who was killed in Niger last week.
The Trump administration's top immigration agent said Tuesday that he plans to ramp up investigations of businesses that knowingly employ illegal immigrants.
The United Nations' top human rights body welcomed several new members Monday with disturbing track records of abuses that flout the organization's own membership criteria.
A 61-year-old truck driver admitted Monday to carrying out a human smuggling operation that led to the deaths of 10 illegal immigrants trapped inside a sweltering semi-trailer earlier this summer.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's latest public dispute with the White House has ginned up speculation that the former ExxonMobil CEO will soon depart the administration, leading to a reshuffling of personnel and ultimately, a big impact on the GOP's immigration agenda.
President Donald Trump on Monday said he believes the Cuban government was responsible for a series of mysterious sonic attacks against U.S. diplomatic personnel that has strained relations between Washington and Havana.
A federal jury on Monday found Ahmad Rahimi guilty of a bomb attack that injured dozens of people in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood last year.
Thanks to a two-decade surge in immigration, a greater share of the U.S. population is foreign-born than at any time in the past century, according to a new report.
A Canadian ex-hostage rescued this week along with his wife and three children says Taliban-linked militants raped his wife and killed their infant daughter over the course of the family's five years in captivity.
As Texas and Florida begin the arduous journey of rebuilding in the wake of devastating hurricanes, immigration advocates and some business groups are insisting that a surge of immigrant labor will be needed to do the job.
As the White House and Congress stumble through fitful negotiations over a legislative replacement for the now-cancelled Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a federal judge in New York has signaled he is willing to impose a solution from the bench.
President Donald Trump may be having second thoughts about a key provision in his tax reform package, after learning that it could lead to a higher tax bill for some middle-income families.
The Department of Justice on Thursday singled out four cities and a major county for allegedly failing to comply with a key federal immigration law, putting their eligibility to receive certain federal grants in jeopardy.
The Trump administration announced Thursday it plans to pull the U.S. out of UNESCO, citing financial mismanagement and persistent anti-Israel bias at the United Nation's preeminent cultural organization.
An American and her family who have been held prisoner for five years by Taliban-affiliated militants were freed following a Pakistani military operation, U.S. officials said Thursday.