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    SCOTUS considers immigrants’ rights to bail hearings while fighting deportation

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  • Slowing immigration worsens job market shortages

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  • Texas police search for missing 3-year-old Afghan refugee

    02:42
  • Vietnamese American refugees help Afghan families resettle in the U.S.

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  • Feds bust 'modern-day slavery' ring, 24 people indicted by Justice Department

    03:08
  • Migrants flock to Arizona border as ‘Remain in Mexico’ restarts

    02:57
  • Study finds Trump’s family separations caused severe trauma

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  • Biden to reinstate ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

    03:14
  • DACA recipient becomes youngest person to finish 100 marathons

    02:33
  • Families separated at border could receive settlements from Biden administration

    04:41
  • Migrant caravan: Thousands in Mexico moving towards U.S. border

    02:55
  • New data: 1.7 million undocumented immigrants appehended over last year

    01:18
  • Department of Homeland Security to resume 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy

    03:03
  • Crowded border camp under threat from Covid

    03:08
  • U.S. knew in July that Haitian migrants were going to Texas border

    03:15
  • Biden moves to protect DACA from future legal challenges

    02:59
  • Most Haitian migrants have been released into US, Homeland Security chief says

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  • Mayorkas: CDC has determined Title 42 to ‘still be necessary’

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  • Migrant camp beneath Del Rio border bridge cleared out

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  • ‘You can’t find work here’: Guatemalan farmers say climate change forcing them to migrate to U.S.

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Nurse speaks out about ‘inhumane’ conditions at Georgia immigrant jail

02:51

Nurse Dawn Wooten spoke out about alarming conditions at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Georgia. Wooten said she became a whistleblower to give outsiders a look into the facility in hopes that detainees will be treated better.