New polls suggest support for Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's running mate.
Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib have all won their primary battles, while Ayanna Pressley is running unopposed in her own.
"The rumored order would be another grave error," said Omar Jadwat, the director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Immigrants' Rights Project.
"We were worried they were going to die," immigration attorney Lisa Knox told Newsweek.
Meanwhile, a GoFundMe page has raised more than $30,900 for BLM organizer Tianna Arata.
Attorney General William Barr said he believes America is facing a "new form of urban guerrilla warfare."
The federal government has faced a series of lawsuits over its Portland deployment.
"Right now, everyone in Lebanon is afraid of shortages," said UNRWA spokesperson Huda Samra.
Between July 4 and 31, federal officers suffered a combined total of 277 injuries, DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said.
The database was created as a "contemporary Red Record."
"The court should have gone further," said Dale Ho, director of the ACLU's Voting Rights Project.
"Iowa's Hispanic community doesn't need any public relations spin from Homeland Security to know ICE is a dangerous," said Juan Manuel Galvez Ibarra.
The page defied Facebook's Unacceptable Business Practices policies.
"We know how it feels to be scared and hungry with no place to go," a Palestinian refugee told Newsweek.
Cori Bush's victory comes after an unsuccessful bid in 2018, when she ran as a 'Justice Democrat' recruited alongside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Immigration workers are being forced to break with America's "tradition as a refuge for the persecuted," the National CIS Council 119 said.
"Karen Bass is an extraordinary candidate—but not for this moment," political scientist Eduardo Gamarra told Newsweek.
"This racist surveillance technology has no place in our communities," the ACLU said.
"Rushing census operations...ensures the bureau won't count millions of people," warned Vanita Gupta, head of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
The incident comes months after a pregnant 19-year-old woman fell while trying to climb the border wall near El Paso, Texas.
At least 766 people have died in federal and state prison custody.
"We ask the United States government to help us," one asylum seeker said.
The protester was one of 14 people arrested after demonstrating outside California Gov. Gavin Newsom's Fair Oaks property.
Leaving the agency, Matthew Albence said, was "an exceptionally hard decision" to make.
Fifty-four percent said they were concerned about mail-in ballot fraud.
The Department of Homeland Security has gone on a "shopping spree" over the past two months.
The decision was made after MSF faced fines and threats of criminal charges from local officials.
Meanwhile, the vast majority of those who support President Donald Trump say would be voting "for" the president, rather than against Joe Biden.