An international group of advocates are urging the U.N. to do something about the ostracization and violence.
Even though it's illegal to treat parents unfairly, it still happens—and can be hard to recognize, let alone prove.
This has long been one of few bipartisan issues, but that could change in 2020.
“Debt is a form of social control. You can force people to do all kinds of things if you put them in debt first."
Formerly detained migrants describe what would happen if the Flores settlement were dismantled.
It's a glaring omission from the 2020 frontrunners, advocates say.
Across the country, Jews have been relentlessly mobilizing against ICE to prove that when they say Never Again, they mean it.
After feeling duped by adoption agencies, these women are on a mission to combat adoption coercion.
"I could be denied critical, necessary, and immediate medical care that could leave me permanently injured or even dead."
The landmark bill also empowers them to report abuse and exploitation.
A new study finds that the U.S. disproportionately imprisons Muslims—and then violates their religious freedoms.
The change could mean many immigrants will be left in the dark during their own hearings.