Weeks after President Donald Trump postponed mass ICE raids, the sweep is back on and will target undocumented immigrants in 10 cities.
This past weekend, the raids began, with parents and children being detained in military-style operations in several southern and border states. Fear has spread through immigrant communities around the country.
The people of Davis, California don't think so, as The New York Times reports this week. Their police department is returning the Pentagon's gift of a "mine-resistant, ambush-protected" motorized tank (MRAP).
Four Denver-area medical marijuana businesses may be permanently shuttered after federal officials reportedly probing links with Colombian drug cartels raided the shops in November.
Nearly 350 people, including schoolteachers, doctors and actors, have been arrested in what Toronto police say was one of the biggest ever child abuse raids.
One of my favorites, from 2006: Some Tibetan monks on a peace mission in Omaha were recently raided by immigration officials
The National Lawyers' Guild New York Chapter released a statement on judge's order stating: Moments later, a tweet from Rodriguez's
For immigrants, both documented and undocumented, arrest even without imprisonment can lead to being taken away from loved ones through deportation. We have to ask ourselves: what is being done to our communities?
For both trafficking survivors and voluntary sex workers, recognition of their rights under the law often comes at the expense of their social power.
This incident in Missouri happened in February and is just one of the 100-150 militaristic raids on homes every day in America