- 750 immigration detainees on hunger strike Updated: Mar-08-14 4:07 pm
- Lawsuit: Univision newscaster's book had false ID Updated: Mar-06-14 4:41 pm
- University removes South Dakota campus references Updated: Mar-06-14 2:23 pm
- House panel bars funds for immigrant advocate Updated: Mar-05-14 8:53 pm
- Crime Museum opens exhibit with immigration agency Updated: Mar-05-14 2:50 am
- 'Cuban Five' agent imprisoned in US back in Havana Updated: Feb-28-14 4:40 pm
- 2 Conn. residents settle deportation lawsuit Updated: Feb-26-14 10:52 pm
- Death of woman in federal custody investigated Updated: Feb-15-14 2:07 pm
- Judge OKs immigration detainer lawsuit in RI Updated: Feb-13-14 5:23 pm
- Banking bad: One man's ID-theft nightmare Updated: Feb-09-14 1:24 am
TACOMA, Washington - Immigrant-rights activists rallied outside the Northwest Detention Center on Saturday, while at least 750 detainees protested their treatment and called for an end to deportations with a hunger strike.
MIAMI - A Guatemalan man claims in a lawsuit that popular Univision news host Jorge Ramos wrongly identified him as a U.S. immigration agent in a 2005 book about a fatal migrant smuggling venture, leading to death threats and eventually forcing the man and his family to leave Guatemala.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The website for the University of Northern Virginia, which was shut down by the state of Virginia last year for lacking accreditation, has removed references to its new South Dakota main campus.
WASHINGTON - The first immigration bill in the House this year would prohibit any money for the public advocate for immigrants in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
WASHINGTON - The Crime Museum in Washington is opening a new exhibit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency about the work behind homeland security.
HAVANA - A second member of the "Cuban Five" returned to the Caribbean island and a hero's welcome Friday, a day after leaving a prison in the United States, where he spent 15 years behind bars on spy-related charges.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Two Connecticut residents said Wednesday that they have reached a settlement with federal immigration officials in which deportation proceedings against the men were terminated in exchange for dismissal of claims they made in a lawsuit.
CHULA VISTA, California - Authorities are investigating the death of a woman from Jamaica who was awaiting immigration proceedings.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - A federal judge has determined a naturalized U.S. citizen's constitutional rights were violated when she was held on an immigration detainer and gave her lawsuit against state and federal officials the greenlight.
MIAMI - Fighting a bad cold, Carlos Gomez had decided to sleep by himself that night so he wouldn't expose his wife.