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ICE reopening cases against Dreamers

The letter this fall from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement turned Zoila Pelayo's life on end. Stunned, she read that the agency was filing to reopen a deportation case against her that had been closed nearly eight years ago.

Homeland Security expands migrant returns to Mexico

The Department of Homeland Security plans to bus migrants from Tucson, Arizona, to El Paso, Texas, in an expansion of its controversial program to return migrants to Mexico to wait for their US immigration proceedings, according to two officials.

Why #GreenShirtGuy couldn't stop laughing

Legendary humor columnist and fart joke maker Dave Barry once defined humor as "a measurement of the extent to which we realize that we are trapped in a world almost totally devoid of reason. Laughter is how we express the anxiety we feel at this knowledge."

Trial begins for No More Deaths volunteer who aided migrants

For many in the overflow crowd attending the first two days of the federal trial of Scott Warren last week, the stakes were clear: Under the Trump administration, where does humanitarian aid to the thousands of migrants traversing the Arizona desert cross the line into a crime?