immigration and customs enforcement
Mbeti Ndonga, 37, was brought to the U.S. as a toddler. Now she's facing deportation after undergoing gynecological surgery in ICE custody.
"I told him 'no,' but he kept going. 'Relax,' he told me."
Lawyers fought the deportations of two women who were treated by a controversial gynecologist while in ICE custody.
Brought to the U.S. at age 3, ICE detained the 36-year-old mother and then attempted to deport her to Mexico after she had procedures with a controversial gynecologist.
The D.C. police department is expecting protests and unrest, and spent about $130,000 on tear gas and other “less-lethal” munitions to prepare.
A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.
A team of doctors reviewed more than 3,200 pages of medical records from 19 women who allege "medical maltreatment" at an ICE detention facility in Georgia.
Activists in Palo Alto will hold a "good riddance" protest followed by an "unwelcome" party at Palantir's new Denver headquarters as part of a nationwide week of actions against the surveillance giant.
"We are not an experiment."
Palantir has never made a profit, and according to its S-1 filing, may never make a profit. But it has no plans to stop now.
'It’s just a question of, one, is it ethical, and two, does that open up the information to being released elsewhere?,' a former Venntel worker told Motherboard.
The agency is offering training in “defensive tactics, firearms familiarization, and targeted arrests.” Activists are encouraging people to flood the application process with fake submissions