Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said ending the contract is part of an effort to make "lasting improvements" to detention centers with harsh conditions.
"I'm working on it, man. Give me another five days," President Joe Biden said Thursday in response to hecklers that demanded he "end detentions now" and "abolish ICE."
"We couldn't find one instance of you complaining and calling that out when [former] President Trump was president," Chris Wallace said Sunday.
The Democratic lawmaker previously said that he "fought back tears" after talking to a migrant child held in a Texas facility.
The detainees said they have serious underlying medical issues that would exasperate their condition if they were to also contract coronavirus.
More than 1 million people are believed to be detained in "re-education" camps in the restive western Chinese province of Xinjiang.
"We don't see how converting the centers into prisons represents a solution," said MSF spokesperson Tommaso Santo.
"We're doing everything we can to ensure the well-being of these children, pending their deportation proceedings," Brandon Judd said.
"They're actually resorting to violence and terroristic threats and they should be arrested for that," John Torres said. "They should be arrested."
Sean Hannity said he would rather live in a migrant detention center than "some of these liberal cities."
"Almost 400 men were in caged fences with no cots. The stench was horrendous," Chris Wallace read from a pool report.
Outside an ICE detention center in Aurora, Colorado, hundreds of protestors gathered during a demonstration, that resulted in a U.S. flag being brought down off the flag pole, and a Mexican flag raised in its place.
One six-year-old girl couldn't even recite her name, she only repeated "I'm scared" over and over again. Another young boy sobbed for an hour straight.
"She wanted to be treated like a human being," Pressley said.
"And the company's being paid $750 a day to lock up children, no incentive to get them into homes," Senator Jeff Merkley said.
A federal grand jury has indicted a kitchen supervisor at the Rio Grande Detention Center in Laredo, Texas, for making a false statement and providing contraband in prison to an inmate, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick on Friday.
Gingrich branded Ocasio-Cortez "profoundly vicious, cruel and dishonest" over her reports of human rights abuses at migrant detention centers.
The migrant was clearly upset by the incident, said the agent in his email. But hen the agent reported the incident to a senior official in charge of the center, no action was taken, he said.
"Sorry AOC, but children aren't forced to drink water out of a toilet. (You are insulting the intelligence of Americans with that absurd accusation)," Pastor Paula White wrote.
"They're the ones yelling the hardest that I'm not doing my job while at the same time keeping the resources I need to actually do my job," the agent said.
"No amount of time spent in these facilities is safe for children," Sara Goza, the incoming president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, warned.
An online spat has broken out between the congresswoman and the presidential counselor over the former's reporting on dire conditions at migrant detention centers.
"The very core of Holocaust education is to alert the public to dangerous developments that facilitate human rights violations," the scholars wrote.
Protesters from across the country invoked the Holocaust while speaking about the detention of immigrants and the conditions they are kept under.
"Wow, his next job interview is going to be rough," the Late Show host quipped.
"She is completely historically accurate," one historian told Newsweek.
The Justice Department's Sarah Fabian argued last week that creating "safe and sanitary" conditions for detained migrants did not mean that the Trump administration had to provide them with toothbrushes, towels and other basic products.
Women, men, and children held in nightmarish detention centers in Libya face an even greater risk to life and limb as rival factions escalate their fight for the Libyan capital of Tripoli.
The military memo showed that the Navy was planning to spend millions of dollars on detention camps for migrants.
These migrants lack access to the most basic legal services, a new report finds.