"No one is above the law, even the president of the United States."
“A person’s age may impact his or her ability to legally or physically work and is therefore relevant to being self-sufficient, and the likelihood of becoming a public charge.”
“Without question, the comments made on that recording are appalling," said Gov. Phil Murphy.
Background searches generally go to age 18, but they can go further back if there's a pattern of concerning behavior.
Border Patrol agent shot four women in the head and left them by the side of the road, authorities say
Juan David Ortiz confessed to killing four women who authorities say were sex workers.
The Department of Homeland Security is suspending parental rights of immigrant parents for minor crimes or even just allegations of crimes.
Under pressure from judge, Trump agrees to reopen asylum cases for some immigrant parents and kids.
Due to a cognitive disability, he does not fully understand that he could soon be forced to leave.
Faculty consider leaving college named for Robert E. Lee after president rejects recommended changes to campus
One black humanities professor, T.J. Tallie, left the school last year over its unwillingness to make changes that would attract a more diverse student body.
A non-violent drug offense at 22 leads to a life behind bars with no parole.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus wants answers on Mariee, the toddler who died after leaving ICE custody
They want investigators to determine if the Dilley family detention center gave Mariee the necessary medical treatment
Texas Congressman demands answers from ICE in toddler’s death: “I want to know what our government knew about this child"
"I want to know whether anyone or the facility will be held accountable for creating the conditions that led to her passing.”