Daily Immigration News Clips – January 24, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 24, 2018


NPR The GOP's Change On Immigration
By Don Gonyea

AP How Schumer Went From Being Face Of The Shutdown To The Face Of The Retreat
By Julie Pace and Steve Peoples

New York Times Government Shutdown Ends After 3 Days of Recriminations
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Thomas Kaplan

New York Times Budget impasse breaks (for now)
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Thomas Kaplan

The Washington Post Disappointed advocates rally, vent while 'dreamers' hang in the balance
By Maria Sacchetti and Justin Wm. Moyer

Los Angeles Times Congress will try again on immigration reform - but will this time be different?
By Lisa Mascaro

Boston Globe Government shutdown ends as Democrats relent
By Liz Goodwin

Bloomberg Trump's Border Wall May Fade as Obstacle in Immigration Debate
By Sahil Kapur

Washington Examiner 'Stupidest damn thing I've ever seen': Democrats miscalculate the shutdown
By David Drucker

Vox Democrats didn't cave on the shutdown
By Ezra Klein

Daily Beast Democrats' Bold Fold Shifts the Pressure Onto Trump and His GOP Enablers
By Joy-Ann Reid

FiveThirtyEight.com The Shutdown Didn't Change Anything, But It Did Teach Us Some Stuff
By Perry Bacon Jr.

The Washington Post How one Chicago Democrat's shutdown fight reveals the Democratic Party's coming struggle
By Jeff Stein

The Washington Post In debate on 'dreamers,' an unresolved question: How many should benefit?
By David Nakumara

The Washington Post Schumer has rescinded offer to Trump on border wall funding
By Ed O'Keefe

Politico Schumer withdraws offer on Trump's wall
By Burgess Everett and Seung Min Kim

Politico Legal action leaves DACA deadline murky
By Josh Gerstein

Daily Beast Team Trump's Goal for the Next Three Weeks: Keep Him 'The Hell Away' From Chuck Schumer
By Asawin Suebsabaeng and Sam Stein

Austin American-Statesman Cornyn takes lead on effort to craft a Senate immigration bill
By Maria Recio

AP Motel 6 Sued For Identifying Latino Guests For Immigration Agents
By Elaine Thompson

CNN ICE detains Michigan doctor who left Poland in 1979; family wants answers
By Emanuella Grinber

Wall Street Journal Michigan Doctor Detained by ICE Had 18 Encounters With Police, Officials Say
By Alicia A. Caldwell

MLive ICE says Michigan doctor had 18 police encounters before arrest
By Brad Devereaux

FiveThirtyEight.com Latino Immigrants Across The U.S. Report Similar Levels Of Discrimination
By Dan Hopkins

The Washington Post (Opinion) The fate of the 'dreamers' lies in Paul Ryan's hands
By Paul Waldman

CNN (Op-Ed) Actor: I'm a DACA recipient. Please don't deport me
By Bambadjan Bamba

Forbes (Opinion) Dreamer Wanted To Become An American Soldier
By Stuart Anderson

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Iraqi families who aided our troops deserve visas
By Peter Farley

The Hill (Opinion) The difference between 'DACA' and 'Dreamers': A primer
By Nolan Rappaport


Fairfax News Fairfax sheriff cancels ICE contract
By James Hood

Miami Herald Trump said he'd round up 'bad hombres.' How did a Jamaican grandma get on that list?
By Fabiola Santiago

AP (Arizona) Border Patrol arrests ASU instructor who gave food, water to immigrants
By Jacques Billeaud

The Vindicator Adi's family buoyed by rally, elected officials' visit at prison
By William K. Alcorn

Cleveland 19 Community supports Youngstown businessman's hunger strike
By Tiffany Patterson

WKBN Local leaders, family members still fighting for release of Amer "Al" Adi
By Cameron O'Brien and Dan Marcel

The Plain Dealer ICE moves businessman to prison because of hunger strike
By Michael Sangiacomo

WKSU In a Week of Twists, Congress Steps Into the Deportation Case of Amer Adi
By M.L. Schultze

WKSU Weekend Protests Challenge ICE Decision to Keep Youngstown Businessman in Prison
By M.L. Schultze

Lincoln Journal-Star (Op-Ed) Local View: Nebraska Dreamers, like me, need Congress to find solution
By Amor Habbab-Mill