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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Undocumented immigrants being released from Deerfield detention center in advance of sequester

    Undocumented immigrants being released from Deerfield detention center in advance of sequester
    Agustín Morales walked out of the Broward Transitional Center in Deerfield Beach on Tuesday, one of the scores of undocumented immigrants being released from South Florida detention facilties this week by federal officials who say they can no longer...
  • Recipe: Cinnamon ice cream

    Recipe: Cinnamon ice cream
      Cinnamon ice cream 1 cup milk 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon 1 cup half and half 2 cups whipping cream 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar In bowl combine milk and cinnamon. Stir to thoroughly distribute cinnamon. Add half and half, cream and sugar....
  • Recipe: Ginger ice cream

    Recipe: Ginger ice cream
      Ginger ice cream 1 cup milk 1 (1/4-inch) chunk ginger root, grated 1 cup half and half 2 cups whipping cream 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar Scald milk over medium heat in saucepan. When milk is almost boiling, remove from heat and add ginger...
  • Music review: International Contemporary Ensemble's movie mood

    In the decade since its founding, the International Contemporary Ensemble has become essential. The flexible collective of 33 musicians is likely the most accomplished new music group in New York, and it makes a significant contribution toward keeping the...
  • Unlocking immigrant detention reform

    Unlocking immigrant detention reform
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security now incarcerates, via immigration detention, more people per year than any other state or federal agency. In 2012, the DHS detained over 429,000 noncitizens awaiting immigration hearings or deportation, at a $2...
  • Now appearing: America's future

    Now appearing: America's future
    Another day, another outcry from President Barack Obama — this one in Newport News, Va. — about the parade of horribles that will arrive Friday when automatic federal spending cuts begin: air travel delays, weaker law enforcement, less money...
  • Man pleads guilty for eBay sale of night vision goggles to undercover agent

    A 34-year-old Florida man pleaded guilty late Wednesday to illegally selling night vision goggles and other military style gear online to an undercover federal agent in Baltimore pretending to be an overseas buyer — a charge that could land him in...
  • Gaylord Palms: ICE! is melting away in parking lot

    Gaylord Palms: ICE! is melting away in parking lot
    Now that almost everyone is back into work mode, our holiday memories are fading. But the assorted ice sculptures are Gaylord Palms’ ICE! exhibit are melting away in the Kissimmee resort’s parking lot. Here are five things to know about the...
  • 2 arrested in connection with Target hack

    2 arrested in connection with Target hack
    Authorities investigating the massive holiday-season hack into Target Corp.'s systems arrested two Mexicans trying to enter the U.S. in McAllen, Texas, with scores of fraudulent credit cards. The arrests of Daniel Dominguez Guardiola and Mary Carmen...
  • Shackling to end at San Francisco immigration court

    Shackling to end at San Francisco immigration court
    Immigrants fighting deportation in San Francisco will no longer be shackled during most court hearings, according to a settlement reached with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The settlement, which received preliminary approval from a federal...
  • ICE agrees to stop shackling some defendants for court

    ICE agrees to stop shackling some defendants for court
    Immigrants fighting deportation in San Francisco will no longer be shackled during most court hearings, according to a settlement reached with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The settlement, which received preliminary approval from a federal...