Australian officials say more than 600 asylum seekers are refusing to leave an immigration camp on Papua New Guinea that Australia wants to close next week.
A jury has been selected for the murder trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican man whose case set off a national debate over U.S. sanctuary cities and immigration during last year's presidential campaign after he was accused of shooting and killing Kate Steinle on a popular San Francisco pier.
A Peruvian woman has sought sanctuary for a second time in Colorado rather than board a Tuesday flight to her native country as ordered by U.S. immigration authorities, supporters said.
The driver of a semitrailer packed with at least 39 immigrants, 10 of whom died, has pleaded guilty to making the deadly smuggling run.
Five people have been charged in connection to the death of a young woman.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions declared a “crisis” Thursday over the surge in asylum claims being made by border crossers, blaming the Obama administration and saying the system is “being gamed.”
A Florida immigration officer has been sentenced to four years in prison for taking a bribe from a woman he accused of using a fake marriage to gain U.S. residency.
A group representing a pregnant teenager being held in a Texas facility for children who the cross the border illegally is asking a federal judge to allow her to get an abortion.
A director who has taken opera from the concert hall to the streets of Los Angeles and an organizer who helped put a human face on the plight of young undocumented immigrants are among this year's MacArthur fellows and recipients of the so-called "genius" grants.
The U.S. Border Patrol says agents apprehended a group of 16 people from Mexico and two countries in Central America after some of them illegally entered the United States from Canada.
Sanctuary cities: What are they?
The Trump administration on Sunday announced it's seeking several major changes to the country's immigration system -- in exchange for extending the Obama-era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: 1. WHICH GOP SEN. CALLS WHITE HOUSE 'ADULT DAY CARE' Republican Bob Corker gets into a twitter battle with the president, saying Trump's advisers keep the West Wing from descending into "chaos."
The nation’s top immigration told California Friday that the agency has “no choice” but to arrest immigrants who are in the country illegally in the state’s neighborhoods and worksites despite newly signed legislation making California sanctuary state.
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia have beefed up a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's plan to end protections against deporting young immigrants.
Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia have begun to call witnesses in the trial of a Liberian immigrant who is accused of lying about his past as a war criminal to enter the U.S. Jurors on Tuesday heard from a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by 51-year-old Mohammed Jabbateh when he was a high-ranking member of a Liberian rebel group in the 1990s.
Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board says it has rejected about half the asylum claims heard so far from people who've crossed the Canada-U.S. border since July.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine has issued a report based on more than 115 interviews that says students of color experience "regular harassment and discrimination" in schools.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of the man accused of fatally shooting a 32-year-old woman on a San Francisco pier, which touched off a national immigration debate.
In Liberia's first civil war he was known as "Jungle Jabbah," a rebel commander who witnesses said sliced a baby out of a pregnant woman's stomach, killed civilians and ordered his soldiers to rape young girls.
The deadline is fast approaching for young immigrants who want to renew their paperwork under an Obama-era program that shields them from deportation.
An English instructor who helps immigrant students and others who are not native English speakers is North Dakota's Teacher of the Year for 2018.
President Trump’s updated travel order could result in Muslim immigration to the United States being reduced by as much as 21 percent, based on Department of Homeland Security statistics from 2015.
U.S. prosecutors say a Mexican man helped illegally smuggle Mexican immigrants into Maine via Canada.
A federal immigration appeals court has sided with a Chicago immigration judge's decision to grant asylum to a teenage blogger from Singapore.
One of President Trump’s biggest campaign promises was his vow to build a wall along the country’s southernmost border.
Authorities say the driver of a semitrailer found outside a San Antonio Walmart in July packed with immigrants, including 10 who died, faces additional charges in the smuggling case and another defendant has now been charged.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra plans to announce Wednesday that the state will sue the Trump administration over one of President Trump’s paramount campaign promises—the border wall.
Lawmakers in California on Saturday passed “sanctuary state” legislation even as President Trump and his administration have vowed to crack down on jurisdictions that do not cooperate with federal immigration agents.
The Latest on the decision by Motel 6 to no longer work with immigration agents in Phoenix.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday: 1. WHY 'DREAMERS' ARE ON EDGE The fate of 800,000 young immigrants hangs in the balance as top lawmakers and Trump's White House argue over whether an agreement has been struck to protect them — and if so, what it is.
A Motel 6 in Phoenix is accused of tipping off Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents about patrons who may have been in the U.S. illegally.