The climate of fear is frustrating for law enforcement personnel, who want victims to know they are there to protect women and children.
One attorney said she has had to drop 30 cases because the victims fear deportation if they show up in court.
Ohio State acts against Urban Meyer—whom it pays more than $7 million a year—over his failure to adequately deal with an assistant coach in a case that involved domestic violence and other serious issues.
Primaries held in four states—Vermont, Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin—featured names like Bernie Sanders, Scott Walker and Tim Pawlenty, along with those of a number of newer contenders.
Fifteen former immigration judges have signed a letter calling the attorney general's decision "an affront to the rule of law."
With the attorney general "self-referring" cases, immigrants and their advocates are bracing themselves for harsher rulings.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats comments as questions swirl about how a top White House aide kept his access to highly sensitive information and the president despite being accused of domestic violence.