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“Once again, Trump has overreached and lost.”
Democrats said that responsibility for any possible government shutdown will fall on Trump and Republican members of Congress.
Undocumented not a criminal problem, according to local authorities.
Sixteen Democratic state attorneys general and D.C. are now backing Hawaii in its bid to block the Muslim ban.
The program will include free workshops and classes, paired with displays and a scavenger hunt at the museum.
U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick III questioned the purpose of the president's order as he heard arguments from two large California counties and the Justice Department.
The number of parents and children apprehended at the U.S. Mexico border in March dropped to just over 1,000, a 93 percent fall from December, the Department of Homeland Security reported last week.
Hundreds of immigrants at federal detention centers across the country have gone on hunger strikes in recent years, calling for improved conditions or to be released.
“Bullying and misstating the facts will not stand in the way of how the real laws in this country are enforced,” Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said.
Executive director said police union does not support the policies of sanctuary cities, but its executives are concerned cuts in funding could hurt police departments in those areas.
Jeff Sessions' statements were aimed at a dozens of cities and other local governments that have joined a growing "sanctuary" movement.
An event organizer called it “sad but responsible” to cancel Philadelphia’s largest Cinco de Mayo celebration.
How many judges will be reassigned and when they will be sent is still under review, according to administration officials.
Rep. Steve King’s latest comments follow his statement last summer that white people contributed more to civilization than any other “sub-group of people.”
A Pew Research Center study called the arrival of immigrants “perhaps the most important component of the growth in the working-age population.”
Yousef Ajin holds a U.S. green card, making him a legal and permanent U.S. resident, but was detained by ICE agents in January.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had reportedly gone to churches, schools and courthouses to find and arrest illegal immigrants.
Immigrants will not be afforded rights under U.S. privacy laws, according to one memo.
“Businesses cannot function without immigrant workers today.”
This could be the first time under U.S. President Donald Trump that a person covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been taken into immigration custody.
U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle said he was not prepared to slow down the travel ban case.
After the president signed orders focused on crime reduction, Sessions referred to an upward trend in violent crime that data does not support.
Trump's demand that "sanctuary cities" publish lists of crimes committed by undocumented is undaunted by far higher criminality of people born here.