"The prospects for immigration legislation, big or small, are very, very bleak," concedes the director of one immigrants' rights group in the wake of the Florida school massacre.
The 5-3 Supreme Court ruling tosses out a 2015 lower court decision that entitled immigrant detainees to a bond hearing every six months.
Congress remains gridlocked on the issue, despite President Trump’s demand for substantial changes by March 5.
Senators deal President Trump an especially galling defeat as more than a quarter of fellow Republicans abandon him on an issue that helped elect him.
Nearly three-fourths of respondents to a national survey say that because immigrants face barriers to engaging with law enforcement, officers are less able to hold criminals accountable.
Audemio Orozco-Ramirez has been detained for almost half a year awaiting a deportation decision.
Opinions showcased in three major U.S. newspapers during the recent government shutdown exhibit a striking lack of concern for the fate of the young immigrants.
A representative of the ACLU of Southern California takes issue with the ruling, saying an immigration judge is not an adequate substitute for a lawyer.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has acquired access to a database with billions of records, sparking civil liberties concerns.