Mexico Says It Will Disband The Caravan, But Organizers Say Some Of Its Members Will Continue North
Mexico says it will let pregnant women and people with disabilities stay while others must leave. But caravan organizers declare victory, saying officials finally have recognized its members have the right to seek asylum.
The Central American Caravan Gives Trump A Direct Line To His Frustrated Base
The president’s fiercest supporters have been annoyed about his inability to secure major funding for a southern border wall. But the migration of people seeking asylum in the US gives the president a talking point to show he’s still with them.
I Followed My Uncle’s Legend To Italy, And Found A New Way Forward
My great-uncle Tomas Concepcion was a legend in our family — a famed artist and politician living in a hilltop castle on the Mediterranean. When I was 20 I visited him in Italy, looking to understand how he got there, why he stayed, and what it means to be an immigrant who leaves home with hopes of building something permanent.
This Mother Was Arrested In Front Of Her Screaming Daughters. But She Hasn't Been Charged With A Crime.
Advocates say smuggling accusations are increasingly being used as a pretext for immigration arrests because the Trump administration has made it a priority to deport accused smugglers. But the accusations rarely get heard in a criminal court.
An Undocumented Teen At The Center Of A Suit Against The Trump Administration Said She Doesn’t Want An Abortion After All
The Trump administration and immigration lawyers argued in court over whether the teenager, another in a series of undocumented teens at the center of ongoing abortion cases, wanted the procedure. The case will now be dismissed.
These Three Far-Right YouTubers Were Denied Entry To The United Kingdom For Being "Not Conducive To The Public Good"
"Border Force has the power to refuse entry to an individual if it is considered that his or her presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good," a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
Meet The Politician Getting Death Threats For Campaigning For Women’s Rights In Italy
She’s been threatened with rape, burned in effigy, and been mocked by a major party leader using an inflatable sex doll. Now Laura Boldrini, the speaker of the Italian Parliament, stays in a secret location while running for reelection.
What Happens To A Family When Its Larger-Than-Life Patriarch Dies?
"If he was anything, Big Angel was the father and patriarch of the entire clan. And, by the way (bi de guey), the de La Cruz family has been around here since before your grandparents were even born." (An excerpt from Luís Alberto Urrea's novel The House of Broken Angels)
Trump Once Promised He Would “Revisit” DACA If Congress Failed To Act. The White House Won’t Say If He Changed His Mind.
Every DACA proposal went down in flames this week, leaving Congress with no clear way forward to protect 700,000 DACA recipients before their legal status expires next month. “The ball is totally in President Trump’s corner,” one Senate Republican aide said.
A Federal Judge Just Ruled That The Trump Administration Doesn’t Have “Legally Adequate Reasons" For Ending DACA
A federal judge in New York found the Trump administration failed to provide "legally adequate reasons" for ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program, and became the second judge to order the administration to resume accepting renewal applications.