Trump Claims Female Migrants 'Are Raped At Levels That Nobody Has Ever Seen Before'President Donald Trump appeared to assert Thursday that women from Central America are raped at "levels that nobody has ever seen before" as an argument for strengthening US immigration laws.
Arizona, Texas Send 400 Troops To Border After Trump's CallArizona and Texas announced Friday that they would send 400 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border by next week.
Md. DACA Recipient Responds To Trump: 'We're Here To Stay'President Donald Trump's latest announcement on DACA has caused more uncertainty for the nearly 1 million recipients nationwide, including as many as 10,000 in Maryland.
Trump Says 'Our Country Is Being Stolen' Due To Illegal ImmigrationPresident Donald Trump said Monday that "our country is being stolen" due to an influx of illegal immigration.
Baltimore To Spend $200K On Lawyers To Help Immigrants Facing DeportationThe City of Baltimore recently announced plans to spend $200,000 to provide legal help to dozens of immigrants facing deportation amid the national immigration debate.
Immigrants, Advocates Descend On Annapolis For Immigration RallyHundreds of immigrants and advocates gathered in Annapolis Monday night to push for more protections for undocumented people living in Maryland.
Trump Admin Blocks Haitians From Temporary VisasThe Department of Homeland Security will stop allowing Haitians to get temporary agricultural and seasonal visas.
With Temporary Protected Status Removed For Salvadorans, Immigrants In Maryland Face DeportationThe Department of Homeland Security decided on Jan. 8 to end "temporary protected status," or TPS, for Salvadorans. Now local organizations are stepping in to answer questions from those affected.
Haitian-American, Md. Lawmakers React To President's Comments On ImmigrantsThe fallout continues after President Donald Trump allegedly made an expletive reference to Haiti and African countries.
Trump Defends Immigration Stance In TweetsPresident Donald Trump says a bipartisan immigration proposal is "a big step backwards."
Homeland Security To Decide Fate Of 250,000 Salvadoran ImmigrantsBy Monday, the Department of Homeland Security must decide whether to extend or end "temporary protected status," or TPS, for Salvadorans.
Immigrants 'Terrified' To Speak Out About Violence For Fear Of Being DetainedHundreds of immigrants across Baltimore are begging to be heard, as they say they are both victims and witnesses in the surge of violence throughout Baltimore.

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