Records from an ongoing FOIA lawsuit shed new light on the operations of CBP’s Tactical Terrorism Response Teams.
Immigration & Labor
Poultry plants, many of which rely on immigrant labor, already had high rates of occupational illness. Then the pandemic made everything worse.
More than 100 students in seven years have signed “gang contracts” for a suspected gang affiliation.
Over the span of four years, federal investigators estimated millions of dollars stolen from Mexican taxpayers passed through one South Texas bank. When they followed the trail, it led to real estate, cars, and airplanes. But in 2018, those investigations suddenly stopped.
A public defender’s lonely fight against family separation.
How Jeff Sessions made it harder for judges to let immigrants stay in the US.
Immigrants detained at an ICE-contracted center in Georgia said they had invasive gynecology procedures that they later learned might have been unnecessary.
While some companies do everything to escape accountability, the Fair Food Program proves there’s an alternative.
The federal agency that’s supposed to protect union rights is instead championing the interests of bosses.
How local sheriffs are driving Trump’s deportation agenda.
How Trump’s Deportation Flights Are Putting Latin America and the Caribbean at Risk.
Detained men and women held at a facility in Georgia are trying desperately to raise the alarm.
We spent a year investigating the impact of Trump’s policies on New York’s immigration courts.
The workers also expressed concerns that delays in the provision of personal protective equipment like masks and gloves made an outbreak inevitable.
An investigation into the dangerously irresponsible business of “ethical factory” audits.
People being held at a center in Georgia want vulnerable individuals released and better safeguards against infection.
Neysi Salvador-Aguiar, a physician from Cuba, says that the Irwin County detention center wasn’t taking enough measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
In a Long Island warehouse, immigrants work long hours doing mailings for a multibillion-dollar financial services company. Now they’re getting sick.
Exclusive reporting reveals five people in federal detention have tested positive for COVID-19.
What happens when immigrant-rights advocates reach a breaking point?