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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 23, 2019.
San Francisco Chronicle AG William Barr promotes immigration judges with high asylum denial rates
By Tal Kopan
Associated Press Federal Shift May Increase Asylum Backlogs in Northeast
The Washington Post The critical role ICE plays in Trump's immigration push
By John Parks and Luis Velarde
The Hill USCIS chief Cuccinelli blames Paul Ryan for immigration inaction
By Rafael Bernal
Axios Scoop: Top Homeland Security aide resigns amid tensions with White House
By Jonathan Swan, Stef W. Kight, Alayna Treene
NBC News Only 2 Iraqi translators who worked with U.S. troops got U.S. visas last year
By Dan De Luce
The New Yorker The Trump Administration's Sustained Attack on the Rights of Immigrant Children
By Jonathan Blitzer
BuzzFeed News Trump Has Returned 35,000 Asylum-Seekers To Mexico. Now The Country Is Pushing Back.
By Hamed Aleaziz
The Marshall Project Why are the Feds Arresting More Non-Citizens?
By Andrew R. Calderón and Weihua Li
Associated Press Justice Dept. Sent Anti-Semitic Post to Immigration Judges
The Washington Post Federal judges received a link to an anti-Semitic blog post. It came from the Justice Department.
By Reis Thebault
BuzzFeed News The Justice Department Sent Immigration Judges A White Nationalist Blog Post With Anti-Semitic Attacks
By Hamed Aleaziz
Associated Press Federal Judge Rules That Immigration Law Is Unconstitutional
The Washington Post British journalist says CBP agent accused him of 'being part of the fake news media'
By Allyson Chiu
The Hill Federal judge approves DHS request to force feed immigrant detainee on hunger strike
By Owen Daugherty
Associated Press AP-NORC poll: 62% disapprove of how Trump's handling his job
By Steve Peoples and Hannah Fingerhut
The New York Times Trump Wants to Abolish Birthright Citizenship. Can He Do That?
By Patrick J. Lyons
The New York Times Hiring Is Very Hard for Restaurants These Days. Now They May Have to Fire.
By David Yaffe-Bellany
Associated Press Hispanic journalist group returns Fox News conference money
By Jesse J. Holland
Associated Press Jewish Groups Speaking Out Against Trump Immigration Policy
The Washington Post The war inside Palantir: Data-mining firm's ties to ICE under attack by employees
By Douglas MacMillan and Elizabeth Dwoskin
The Washington Post Trump said doctors left operating rooms to greet him after mass shootings. An El Paso hospital says that's not true.
By Antonia Noori Farzan
The Hill Democratic senator and top Trump immigration official argue over asylum claims on Twitter
By John Bowden
NBC News Facebook bans ads from The Epoch Times after huge pro-Trump buy
By Brandy Zadrozny and Ben Collins
The Washington Post (Editorial) Trump's latest assault on migrant children definitely won't fly
The New York Times (Op-Ed) Time Is Running Out for Democracy in Guatemala
By Anita Isaacs and Álvaro Montenegro
The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is increasingly untethered from reality
By Eugene Robinson
The Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump presidency is not just unfolding, it is unraveling
By Michael Gerson
The Hill (Opinion) The Memo: Dangers loom for Trump on immigration
By Niall Stanage
Texas Tribune After asylum ruling, migrants in Juárez face a new choice: stay in line or try crossing elsewhere BY JULIÁN AGUILAR
NorthJersey.com Asylum officers in NJ, Massachusetts diverted to work on border cases, may increase backlogs
By Monsy Alvarado
San Diego Union Tribune San Diego's immigration court postpones already-scheduled cases to make room for Remain in Mexico hearings
By Gustavo Solis
Associated Press Construction on Arizona replacement border barrier begins
By Astrid Galvan
Reuters (California) Judge Hurries U.S. Naturalization as Pregnant Woman Gets Contractions
The Hill (Michigan) Michigan city declines to renew contract with ICE to hold detainees
By Owen Daugherty
WNYC (New York) Pressured To Spy On NYC Mosques For Two Years, An Immigrant FBI Informant Seeks A Way Out
By Arun Venugopal
Dallas Morning News How many billions would Dallas County's economy lose without immigrants?
By Obed Manuel
LA Times (Opinion) Opinion: The latest bad immigration idea from the White House? Letting local officials refuse refugees
By Scott Martelle
Common Dreams (Op-Ed) The Dream Is Dead Not Just for Dreamers, But for All Americans
By Anis Shivani
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