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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Americans with illegal Iraq War souvenirs largely not prosecuted

    Americans with illegal Iraq War souvenirs largely not prosecuted
    As the elected Iraqi government seeks diplomatic respect and struggles to save its ancient sites from the rampages of the Islamic State group, American military members, contractors and others caught with culturally significant artifacts they brought home...
  • Americans with illegal Iraq War souvenirs go unprosecuted

    As the elected Iraqi government seeks diplomatic respect and struggles to save its ancient sites from the rampages of the Islamic State group, American military members, contractors and others caught with culturally significant artifacts they brought home...
  • Man wanted in Iowa arrested in Ohio after traffic stop

    A man wanted in Iowa on attempted murder and terrorism charges dating to 2001 has been arrested following an Ohio traffic stop. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Wednesday that 37-year-old Oscar Antonio Pena-Sanchez, of Tampico, Mexico, was...
  • Immigrant mother: Time at detention center depresses kids

    Immigrant children at a federal detention facility in Texas are acting depressed after months of regimentation and confinement, said a Honduran mother who was recently released with her 2-year-old son. Kenia Galeano, 26, said at a small protest Tuesday...
  • U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases

    U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases
    U.S. authorities on Wednesday acted against two former Salvadoran military men who had lived freely and openly in the United States for years despite allegations they were involved in some of the most egregious atrocities committed in their homeland....
  • Salvadoran immigrant held at Adelanto ICE facility dies

    Salvadoran immigrant held at Adelanto ICE facility dies
    An immigrant rights group is calling for an independent investigation after a Salvadoran man died while in U.S. immigration custody after months of incarceration at a privately run detention center that has been accused of medical neglect in the past....
  • Scores of alleged L.A. gang members arrested in nationwide sweep

    Scores of alleged L.A. gang members arrested in nationwide sweep
    Nearly 1,000 suspected gang members, including almost 90 from the Los Angeles area, were swept up in a nationwide crackdown on transnational gangs, authorities announced Wednesday. The sweep, dubbed Operation Wildfire, pulled in 87 members of more...
  • Claire Chase creates theater of the lung in enthralling flute recital

    Claire Chase creates theater of the lung in enthralling flute recital
    Claire Chase, a flutist and MacArthur "genius," on Saturday afternoon did what only a brilliant flutist and MacArthur "genius" could do: She turned UCLA's Schoenberg Hall into a giant lung. It is unlikely that this rare feat of oxygenation attracted...
  • Deportations plunge under Obama policy

    WASHINGTON — A controversial new immigration policy designed to remove criminals but keep families together has led to a steep plunge in the number of foreign residents deported from Florida and the nation. The rate of deportations has been cut by...
  • Why Obama's stalled immigration plan is back before a skeptical Texas judge

    Why Obama's stalled immigration plan is back before a skeptical Texas judge
    The Obama administration heads back into federal court before a skeptical judge here Thursday in an attempt to revive the president’s plan to shield up to 5 million people from the threat of deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen of...
  • Hunger strike by immigrant mothers at Texas facility prompts probe

    WASHINGTON Federal civil rights officials will meet Monday with two immigrant mothers who have been leading a hunger strike at a family detention camp in Karnes, Texas. According to advocates working with the detained families, investigators from the...