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Appeals court finds Trump administration’s move to end DACA ‘arbitrary and capricious’

WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the Trump administration had been “arbitrary and capricious” in its bid to end an Obama-era program that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th ...

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Analysis: Trump fails to heed courts’ message on overstepping with immigration policies

In at least 25 different rulings, federal courts have blocked virtually every move President Donald Trump has taken on immigration, with some judges admonishing the administration and saying the president’s fury over the tide of migrants flowing across the U.S.-Mexico ...

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Judge blocks Trump plan forcing asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while awaiting court hearings

WASHINGTON – A federal judge on Monday blocked an experimental Trump administration policy that requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases make their way through the U.S. immigration court system, a major blow to President Trump’s efforts ...

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Greyhound advises on Border Patrol

Greyhound Lines is expanding alerts to passengers about their rights should immigration agents board buses to demand identification and proof of citizenship. The information includes details on how to file civil rights complaints and ways to support a change to ...

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Trump suggests without evidence that some tear-gassed migrants were ‘grabbers’ who took others’ children

GULFPORT, Miss. – President Donald Trump on Monday suggested without evidence that some of the migrants who were tear-gassed at the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday were “grabbers” who took others’ children in order to protect themselves. In an exchange with ...

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