Acting DHS Chief Says He Regrets Family SeparationsPresident Trump named McAleenan as acting head of the department following the resignation of Kirstjen Nielsen.
Judge Who Blocked Deportation Mid-Flight Set To Review CaseA Maryland resident whose deportation was blocked by a federal judge while he was on a flight to his native China is now asking the same judge to allow him to stay in the country with his family while he seeks to legalize his immigration status.
Undocumented Mother Facing Deportation Allowed To Remain In Maryland For NowRoxana Santos, a mother of four, is allowed to remain in the United States for now after meeting with ICE in Baltimore Tuesday morning.
Salvadoran Mother Still Fears Deportation, Separation From ChildrenRoxana Santos, a mother of four, fears she’ll be deported to El Salvador when she meets with immigration officials next week, and activists say they believe she is being retaliated against after winning a federal lawsuit.
Winter Weather Advisory Issued Until Monday MorningA winter weather advisory went into effect from 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon to 3 a.m. on Monday morning.
Hopkins Students Stage Walkout, Call To Cut Ties With ICEIn a call for change, hundreds of Johns Hopkins students staged a walkout Wednesday urging the University to cut its contractual ties with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency [ICE].
ICE Confirms Why It Ended Contract With Anne Arundel CountyFederal immigration officials have confirmed that they ended a contract with a Maryland county to house immigration detainees because local officials quit participating in a screening program.
Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Northern And Western MDA winter storm warning is in effect until 6am Sunday for portions of North Central and Western Maryland.
ICE Ends Detainee Housing Agreement With AACO Weeks after a Maryland county ended its contract with the federal government to screen detainees for immigration status, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is withdrawing from an agreement to house detainees in the county.
Salvadoran Woman Who Won Civil Rights Suit Wins Restraining Order Against ICEA Salvadoran woman who was detained during a routine check-in after successfully suing a Maryland county for wrongful profiling and arrest has won a restraining order against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Md. Mom In Alleged Racial Profiling Legal Battle Now Detained, Faces DeportationA Maryland mother who sued Frederick County for alleged racial profiling now faces deportation.