A Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder is held for three days for possible deportation.
A damning new report reveals the industry pulled down $800 million in 2018 alone.
One attorney said she has had to drop 30 cases because the victims fear deportation if they show up in court.
“He had to wait for his [baby] son for so long, and someone just took him away,” Maria del Carmen Venegas says of her husband, Joel Arrona-Lara, who remains in custody. She had to drive herself to give birth.
The decision has caused some deportation orders to be tossed and cases thrown out, bringing more chaos to a system that was already besieged by ballooning dockets and lengthy backlogs.
A volunteer from a group that helped migrants in Tucson, Ariz., recounts stories of those most affected by a dehumanizing situation the U.S. helped create.
The nonprofit that runs most of the facilities is generally well-regarded, but an investigation by ProPublica reveals some troubling incidents.
In a segment from her Netflix series, she riffs on the idea of a fictional campaign in which wannabe agents explain what the agency means to them.
Reveal finds a second Phoenix office building where MVM Inc. detained immigrant children. An insurance executive says they bathed in bathroom sinks.
The defense contractor had previously said children were only there for short periods, while awaiting flights.