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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • 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...
  • Claim settled for citizen who said deputies threatened him with deportation

    A U.S. citizen who said he was threatened with deportation while detained in jail has settled a claim with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Diego Rojas, 18, was arrested on suspicion of burglary last May and taken to Los Angeles County’...
  • Homeland Security Investigations agents help track down rare stolen book

    Homeland Security Investigations agents help track down rare stolen book
    A thief had stolen a rare 16th-century book from Italy. It was Marty Hamlin's job to find it, and help bring it home. Hamlin, a special agent in Baltimore for Homeland Security Investigations — an arm of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement &#...
  • Pennsylvania county jails turning away from immigration role

    More Pennsylvania counties with jails are limiting their cooperation with federal immigration authorities following a court decision last year in favor of an Allentown man wrongly held in Lehigh County Jail on suspicion that he was in the country...
  • 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...
  • 15 things to do with your kids Feb. 16-22

      Monday, Feb. 16: CHICAGO AUTO SHOW FAMILY DAY Your junior mechanics and race car drivers didn't need an official day to check out all the cars on display through Feb. 22. Nevertheless the Chicago Auto Show hosts its annual Family Day on Presidents...
  • 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...
  • 12th defendant to be sentenced in Peninsula cocaine dealing ring

    NEWPORT NEWS — The 12th and final defendant in a Peninsula cocaine dealing ring will be sentenced in federal court in February, following a drug investigation that began more than two years ago. Francisco Eduardo Casas, 33, of Brownsville, Texas,...
  • Prince George's Co. to limit holding immigrants for the feds

    Prince George's Co. to limit holding immigrants for the feds
    Prince George's County will become the state's second jurisdiction to stop honoring federal requests to hold illegal immigrants beyond their scheduled release unless agents can demonstrate it is likely that they have committed a crime, county officials...
  • Un año de cárcel para dueño de lavado de autos por contratar a indocumentados

    El antiguo dueño de una cadena de lavado de autos en Phoenix, Arizona, en la que Inmigración realizó una redada en 2013 fue sentenciado esta semana a un año de prisión, algo que activistas consideran un esfuerzo más del Gobierno federal por "criminalizar"...
  • Trader indicted on new anti "spoofing" law

    Trader indicted on new anti "spoofing" law
    A high-frequency trader was indicted Thursday on charges that he manipulated commodities futures prices and illegally profited nearly $1.6 million. Michael Coscia, 52, was charged with six counts of commodities fraud and six counts of "spoofing," in...