Of the four liberal justices sitting on the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg were the only judges to dissent.
"I have a very big dog in my office, and if you don't be quiet, he will come out and bite you!" Judge Stuart Couch reportedly yelled at the boy.
"If this rule is left standing, people will die," a spokesperson for Immigration Equality told Newsweek.
"Their very human dignity is under assault, and it's being done in our name," Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Cory Booker said.
"When you try to come to America illegally, you take so much risk onto your own shoulders," Ari Fleischer argued.
From attacking their critics on Twitter to implementing policies that lead to the expulsion of asylum seekers, analysts say that Trump and Orban see eye to eye.
"The majority of evangelicals are very clear on saying 'we want to keep families together.'"
At least 21 police officers are in the process of claiming asylum and settling in the U.S., a new investigation reveals.
Trump's push for a massive wall is dominating Washington. But over the last two years, the administration has already erected a virtual wall to block people seeking refuge.
The U.S. alleged that Syria and Russia used tear gas in a "false flag" attack that came one day before border patrol used the substance at the border.
It is currently unknown when and how the practice of tracking migrants with branded numbers started, according to Yahoo News.
The "Titans" hype is real.
The legal challenges unfold as thousands of Central American migrants make their way to the U.S. border.
After meeting the man who abused her under ISIS captivity, Ashwaq Ta'lo said she "decided to return to Kurdistan and never go back to Germany."
In March, Alexei Muzhetsky was abducted and attacked by men posing as Russian security agents, the Agora human rights group said.
The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policies could cause "political chaos" in Canada, Polestar Immigration Research founder Kelly Toughill said.
Last year saw a peak in almost a quarter of a century for Russians seeking to leave their homeland for the U.S., on the grounds of persecution.
President Donald Trump wants to see caravan migrants turned away at the border. In reality, most of them will remain in the country for months or even years in detention or on parole as they await court hearings.
The French president faced criticism from all mainstream parties and dissent from inside his own, as debate of his immigration bill entered hour 60.