Update: Senators voted on party lines early Tuesday morning to send SB 1819 to the full Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. Original: During a debate over the […]
Tag Archives: undocumented immigrants
More than two million people have been deported since President Obama took office in 2008. Among this massive number, an increasing number of people with valid legal claims to remain in the U.S.—even U.S. citizens—are mistakenly deported, according to a report released by the ACLU today.
In our four-part multimedia series, produced in collaboration with the Guardian, we explore how a rural South Texas county 70 miles from the border has become a graveyard for Central Americans.
Could Rick Perry somehow use his indictments as a springboard into the White House?
A Newsweek story describes ranchers who are “hunting humans” as simply “dealing first-hand with the problems caused by the influx of undocumented immigrants.”
The second in our four-part Beyond the Border series, produced in collaboration with The Guardian, examining migrant deaths in South Texas. With migrants streaming through South Texas, landowners are caught between protecting their property and saving lives.
In February, Chris Scott confronted the man whose crime put him in prison.
The first in our four-part Beyond the Border series, produced in collaboration with The Guardian, examining migrant deaths in South Texas. In part one, we report the story of Exelina Hernandez who, to comply with U.S. immigration law, would have to risk her life.
Texas has become the deadliest state in the U.S. for undocumented immigrants.
Rick Perry and David Dewhurst say they should get the credit for a decrease in apprehensions at the border—a drop that has almost nothing to do with Texas.