socialism 'a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government' . uphold 'to let stand' . due process 'a course of formal proceedings (as judicial proceedings)' . asylum 'protection from arrest and extradition given especially to political refugees'
China is detaining or interrogating family members of Muslim Uighurs who have left for the U.S., as those who managed to flee a web of surveillance and detention in northwestern China discover they can’t truly escape Beijing’s reach.
The US government has separated at least 2,000 children from parents at the border since implementing a practice that results in such family separations, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
A class action lawsuit was filed in March 2018 challenging the U.S. government’s practice of detaining asylum seekers indefinitely and argues the practice is an attempt to deter future asylum seekers from seeking safety in the United States.
The federal government paid a “bed rate” of $127.82 per day to house each illegal alien detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in fiscal 2016, according to ICE data published in a new report by the Government Accountability Office. Even if you do not count the extra day in that leap ...
America’s largest shelter for migrant children looks more like a jail than a safe space for kids. On Wednesday, journalists were allowed inside the former Walmart store in Brownsville, Texas, now filled with more than 1,400 boys ages 10 to 17, and their reports are harrowing. The children spend 22 ...
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Jeff Sessions and Sarah Huckabee Sanders cited the Bible to justify the Trump administration separating migrant children from their families.
Dori points out that detaining illegals and separating families at the border is a law that has been on the books since the Clinton presidency. Jay Inslee and Bob Ferguson are hiding the truth.
Detaining a single asylum seeker on Manus or Nauru costs $400,000 per year, according to the National Commission of Audit in 2014. Amnesty put it at $570,000 per person in a 2016 report.