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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Some Mexicans to be given another chance to stay in US

    Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Mexicans who were expelled from the country by immigration officials in Southern California will be allowed to return for a chance to make their case to stay in the United States, the American Civil Liberties Union said.
  • Lawyers: Detained immigrant families in Texas offered bonds

    Attorneys say the federal government is loosening its crackdown on offering bonds for Central American immigrant mothers and children seeking asylum in the U.S., a shift that comes after a federal judge ordered a halt to a detention strategy aimed at...

    Looted 400-year-old books from Italy turn up in California

    Looted 400-year-old books from Italy turn up in California
    Two antique books dating to at least the 17th century that were looted from Italy have turned up in California  -- a relief for the Italian government, which will get the rare tomes back, and a surprise for the San Francisco buyer, who was unaware they...

    Mexico, others dismayed by delay for Obama immigration measures

    Mexico, others dismayed by delay for Obama immigration measures
    Mexico and Central America, the regions whose citizens would most benefit from President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, reacted with dismay and confusion to this week’s court-ordered delay of the measures. The governments of...

    Everyone agrees: It's cold, but could get colder across US

    Much of the U.S. continued to shiver and suffer in bitter cold Thursday. Temperatures and wind chills dipped near zero or below in the Midwest, Northeast and even the South — where people were most unaccustomed to the weather-related road hazards,...