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To date, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reported over 12,000 virus cases. Our investigation found that the impact of infection extended beyond U.S. detention
April News & Updates from NNIRR The Fight for Racial Justice Continues The conviction of Derek Chauvin in George Floyd’s murder is an important
The Democratic-led House on Wednesday passed legislation to prevent the White House from instituting expansive travel bans like the one former President Donald J.
The former police officer may have been found guilty of all three charges, but Democrats and activists said more needed to be done about
President Joe Biden said on Saturday he will raise the cap on the number of refugees admitted this year to the United States, a
When Juana Pedro recently answered the phone at her Cincinnati home, she heard the voices of her thirteen-year-old nephew, Baltazar, and eleven-year-old niece, Eulalia—Guatemalan
Trump tried to end a 30-year program that shielded migrants, many fleeing conditions that U.S. foreign policy helped foster. What does America owe them?
Blaming the increase in arrivals on current immigration policy only papers over harder truths, experts say. For a relatively popular Biden administration, the recent