6 Of 7 Arrested In Towson Murder Now Face ICE DetainersSix of the seven suspects arrested in connection to a murder at a Towson apartment complex in July now face immigration detainers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirms.
Baltimoreans Rally Against Proposed Immigration RaidsHundreds of people gathered in downtown Baltimore pushing for immigrants' rights as the possibility of immigration raids looms.
Lawyer Who Visited Texas Border Protection Facility Describes "Inhumane" ConditionsThe U.S. government has now removed most of the more than 300 migrant children who were found last week living in squalid conditions at a border protection facility in Texas.
Acting DHS Chief Says He Regrets Family SeparationsPresident Trump named McAleenan as acting head of the department following the resignation of Kirstjen Nielsen.
21 Savage Granted Released From Ice Custody On Bond, Lawyers SayThe rapper, known legally as She-yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, entered the United States illegally in 2005 and stayed in the country after his nonimmigrant visa expired a year later, according to ICE officials.
ICE Chief ResignsThomas Homan was already planning to retire more than a year ago, when President Trump asked him to stay on as the head of the agency.
18-Wheeler With 55 People In Back Stopped In San AntonioOfficials haven't said where the people were from or where they were going, but U.S. Border Patrol and ICE agents were called in.
Police Answered Immigrant's Call For Help, Then Gave Him To ICEWilson Rodriguez Macarreno and his family heard an intruder so he called police for help. About an hour later, he was in the custody of ICE.
Detroit Man Deported To Mexico After 30 Years In U.S.A Detroit man who had lived in the U.S. for nearly 30 years has been deported to Mexico.
Facing Deportation And Sheltered In Church For Months, Man To Spend Thanksgiving With FamilyA Connecticut man facing deportation and taking sanctuary at New Haven church will be allowed to go home to see his family for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Feds Threaten To Cut Baltimore Crime-Fighting Aid If Police Don’t Cooperate With ICEBaltimore could use all the help it can get to control violent crime, but the federal Justice Department says it might hold back some of that help.