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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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Top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Articles

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  • Review: A beguiling, gratifying evening of music from ICE

    Review: A beguiling, gratifying evening of music from ICE
    Not everyday does an extended introduction to a composer prove as unusual and immediately gratifying as the one the International Contemporary Ensemble gave Saturday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The program had three recent pieces by Anna...
  • Private companies profit from U.S. immigration detention boom

    Private companies profit from U.S. immigration detention boom
    In the women's wing of the nation's newest immigrant detention center, 28-year-old Silia Ramirez sat Thursday writing a letter to her family. She described her day so far — yoga with another detainee in the morning, chicken fajitas for lunch...
  • Lawsuit: Hunger-striking immigrant moms faced retaliation

    Three immigrant mothers held at a Texas detention facility filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging that they were held in isolation in retaliation for their hunger strike to protest their detention and conditions at the center. The three women, who are from...
  • Honduran migrant provides peek into dark world of human smuggling

    MIAMI Marlon Marquez, a Honduran who lives in Miami, appears to be a typical undocumented immigrant from Central America. But he is far from that. He crossed the border near McAllen, Texas, as a hostage of people who claimed to belong to the powerful...
  • Blackhawks' 'Mr. Overtime' on success, fatherhood and slap shots

    Blackhawks' 'Mr. Overtime' on success, fatherhood and slap shots
    In his backyard in Tsawwassen, about an hour outside Vancouver, a young Brent Seabrook whacked puck after puck against his family's garage door. "I used to fall over all the time back then," the Blackhawks defenseman said of his 10-year-old self,...
  • Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'

    Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'
    Delmy Cruz left her son Alexis with her mother in Honduras and crossed the border illegally to make a life for herself cleaning homes in Los Angeles. Soon after, she gave birth to another son, Jackson, now 6. Last year, as gang violence worsened in...
  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for April 22

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. SPECIAL SESSION SEEMS IMMINENT AS MEDICAID FIGHT CONTINUES Florida House leaders met behind closed doors Tuesday while Senate leaders held a special hearing in a...
  • ICE targets 700 Miami firms for money laundering scrutiny

    Federal investigators are targeting 700 businesses in the Miami area for enhanced scrutiny to detect trade-based money laundering schemes involving Latin American criminal organizations, authorities announced Tuesday. U.S. Immigration and Customs...
  • Fight over beer may end in man's deportation

    Fight over beer may end in man's deportation
    An altercation over beer nearly three years ago could result in a man's deportation. Martin Marroquin-Rodriguez, 35, on Monday entered Alford pleas in Circuit Court in Annapolis to second-degree assault and carrying a weapon openly with intent to injure...
  • Watchdog: ICE could have saved millions on detainee flights

    Millions of dollars might have been saved through better management and by not leaving seats empty on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement charter flights carrying detained immigrants to their home countries, according to an internal watchdog report...
  • 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...