Three officers pinned the teenage girl down because she refused to give up her cell phone. The school district is investigating the incident.
The Pew Research Center spells out the numbers for how many could benefit from potential administrative action by the Obama administration.
The militia members stopped a group of scientists who were counting bats in a cave near the border in southern Arizona.
An agency watchdog was unable to substantiate some allegations of abuse made by advocacy groups. Other claims are still under investigation.
The ACLU reached an agreement with the federal government to allow nine immigrants who were misinformed or pressured into leaving the country to come back as part of a class-action lawsuit.
The National Day Laborer Organizing Network wants to ensure immigrant workers are included in President Obama's executive action.
Voto Latino and Global Grind say the best way to ensure local officials are representative of the population is by voting.
A new report from Fusion reveals that police departments around the country have lost track of military hardware they've received from the federal government since 1990.
The entire West has risen due to the water shortage.
Mom and baby live at Reid Park Zoo in Tucson.
The enrollment tipping point is a harbinger of a broader trend in America; the U.S. Census predicts whites will no longer be the majority by 2043.
Mexico has filed a lawsuit against the company for the spill. More than 80 schools along the border will remain closed.
In an unauthorized interview, former CBP internal affairs chief James F. Tomsheck gave what could be the most scathing public criticism of the nation's largest law enforcement agency by a high-ranking official.
"Basically, immigration said, 'This guy can't throw pizza, so we're denying him the visa.'"
"We are very sorry about the images published today." Twitter users complained the image was inappropriate and shameful.
The activists say they are being penalized for asserting their rights and speaking out against misconduct.
The Patriots Information Hotline says there are 14 militia teams across Texas, Arizona, and California.
The lawsuit claims the agents' actions in killing 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez were "unreasonable" and "excessive," and it asks for a trial by jury.
Much of the media coverage of the unaccompanied minors crisis at the border has focused on anti-immigration protests. But in Texas, California, and elsewhere, many are supporting the children.