An obscure provision of U.S. immigration law allows federal courts to order the removal of immigrants who have committed serious crimes and don’t want to fight to stay in the country.
The Border Patrol says Operation Streamline's threat of criminal charges deters repeat offenders. But new data finds the same people are showing up again and again.
What do 100,735 immigrants have in common? Find out in our six graphics.
After failing to hit progress benchmarks, the agency now says its pledge to make quicker decisions on all claims was never meant to include some benefits.
After a week in which the phone lines of the Associated Press were bugged and Google glasses that can record our every move are being tested, it seems fitting to mark World Information Society Day.
A state program designed to help California veterans buy homes granted just 83 loans last year, despite more than $1.1 billion in available funding.
Two years ago, an elite group of Navy SEALs stormed into a home in Abbottabad, Pakistan, and killed Osama bin Laden.
Internal documents show more widows and widowers are left waiting for burial benefits and survivors’ pensions.
Internal documents reveal that as claims ballooned, the officials with the most responsibility for addressing the backlog received the largest bonuses.
Veterans waiting more than two years will get answers in June and those waiting a year, within six months, the agency says. But that some veterans, lawmakers and VA workers are skeptical.
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