Biden administration cancels Trump limits on asylum eligibility
Attorney General Merrick Garland restored access to protection for immigrants fleeing gangs and domestic violence.
Bay Area MS-13 member is first sentenced in large federal prosecution; defense describes horrific childhood, threat of murder i
Texas Says It Will Build the Wall, and Abbott Asks Online Donors to Pay for It
Gov. Greg Abbott said he would draw on $250 million of state revenues to begin work on a border wall and asked supporters to chip in with donations to a crowdfunding website.
FBI seeks ID of woman after skeletal remains found near Camp David in Maryland
FBI investigators were attempting to identify the body of a woman whose remains were found near a hiking trail in Maryland around a mile from Camp David.
Missing California woman's husband contests gun violence restraining order, claims he was detained 'illegally'
Former Marine jailed in Russia pleas for release, says he would 'appreciate if my country' would bring me home
NYC police target fake license plates, many linked to drive-by shootings and other crimes, officials say
Prosecutors seek 'very substantial' prison time for Avenatti
Prosecutors are urging a judge to impose a “very substantial” prison sentence on Michael Avenatti for trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike