"They followed the legal checklist by first presenting themselves at a point of entry, and this is how America is paying them back–with cruelty and disrespect for the law," said Southern Poverty Law Center Senior Supervising Attorney Luz Virginia Lopez.
Man threatens to report the teenager to ICE for "taking a parking spot from a U.S. citizen."
"When you start preaching 'open borders,' 'we won't detain you,' that's when more people come and that's when we're going to lose the border," Tom Homan said.
The findings could have implications for our understanding of how subsurface oceans form on other worlds.
The Trump administration appears to expect to take as many as 225,000 immigrant children into custody over the next five years.
JP Morgan and Wells Fargo divested from private prisons after a massive public pressure campaign. GEO Group is worried about what may come next.
"The Hopkins administration chose not to listen to its students, instead it chose to listen to its investors."
"Attempting to bribe a federal law enforcement officer is a serious crime and will be met with equally serious consequences," U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon Billy J. Williams said.
"Mark is a true believer and American Patriot. He will do a great job!" Trump wrote on Twitter.
"We do not want to see our publicly owned airport used for the wholesale deportation of immigrant detainees," said King County Executive Dow Constantine.
Following "several days of intensive care" at a children's hospital, the boy, who has not yet been identified, passed away from his illness on Tuesday.
"The chaotic state of the Department of Homeland Security is so troubling," remarked New York Congresswoman and Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey to McAleenan. "It seems like the car is driving off the cliff with no one to take the wheel. Although, I guess, Mr. Secretary, you are now the driver. Congratulations."
"He calls her all day every day."
A survey found an increase in alleged abusers using the tactic to discourage victims from seeking help.
An East Dallas homeowner threatened to call ICE on two Hispanic women operating a food truck close to her home.
"We're working with DHS, we're working with ICE, to try and make sure that happens because after all, it's what they want."
"We have no plans of leaving."
"The lengths they went to were unlike anything I've seen in the past two years," Kitboga told Newsweek.
"I miss my work and I miss being able to help my community," journalist Manuel Duran said.
"This is how ICE uses the money that funds the agency: to terrorize immigrant communities," said immigration advocacy group United We Dream.
"As a country, we have to acknowledge that this is how people are being treated here and decide that we are better and we must do better," Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted on Thursday.
Knowing their rights "could be the difference between a community member being detained or deported or going home to their family," Bryan MacCormack, the executive director of the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement, said.
The city of San Francisco cannot be held liable for failing to notify ICE or deport the seven-time felon and undocumented immigrant who shot and killed 32-year-old Kate Steinle in 2015, a court ruled Monday.
But a growing number of local law enforcement departments have vowed to stop cooperating with ICE due to the agency's implementation of Trump's hard-line immigration policies.
"We're so lucky there are no American kids who need wellness checks!" Coulter tweeted.
"I'm desperate. I want to be with my daughter already," one mother told immigration legal services organization Al Otro Lado.