Rep. Cori Bush (D–Mo.) and multiple civil liberties organizations cited the "Cop City" project in Atlanta, in which dozens of protesters have been charged with domestic terrorism.
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College players on student visas face complex barriers when it comes to profiting off their names, images, and likenesses.
Surveillance tech that isn't banned often becomes mandatory eventually.
As the government sets its sights on migrants crossing the border, native-born Americans have also come under its watchful eye.
Our mobile devices constantly snitch on our whereabouts.
Surveilling American citizens without due process, separating undocumented children from their parents, the TSA—the DHS has been a failure.
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Intelligence-gathering “fusion centers” repeatedly abuse civil liberties without making us safer.
People in power lean on private businesses to impose authoritarian policies forbidden to the government.
The bill also gives TSA employees the power to collectively bargain, which means more pay raises are likely in the future.
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While the Department of Homeland Security pressured tech companies to censor their users' posts, it also branded election deniers as potential terrorists.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI regularly report misinformation and disinformation to tech companies for potential removal.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
Their case for the seizure is full of holes.
ICE Set Up a Fake College, Robbing and Deporting Foreign Students. Civil Rights Groups Want Answers.
Hundreds of lives were upended by the University of Farmington, a fake university that took $6 million in tuition and fees from foreign students.
The feds now admit there was "no need" for such a thing.
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Biden Extends Temporary Status for Some Venezuelan Refugees, Offers No Protections for Recent Arrivals
While Temporary Protected Status will last through 2024, only Venezuelans who arrived before March 2021 will be eligible.
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Their deaths are the tragic, predictable consequence of shutting down safer migration paths.
In just over a month, the Uniting for Ukraine private sponsorship program has attracted huge support.
And The Washington Post's wildly one-sided account of Jankowicz's fall was an exercise in government PR.
Deportation proceedings are a second layer of prosecution for people who have either served their sentences or had their convictions overturned.
A "disinformation" board sounds like something from a dystopian novel.
The alarm aroused by the Disinformation Governance Board is understandable given the administration’s broader assault on messages it considers dangerous.
Alejandro Mayorkas fails to inspire much confidence in the new group run by Nina Jankowicz.
Though the program has flaws, it’s an innovative way for private citizens to get directly involved in resettlement efforts for fleeing Ukrainians.
The department suffers “a dangerous combination of broad authorities, weak safeguards, and insufficient oversight.”
A lawsuit attempts to find out how federal agents are implementing Wickr, a communications service that has an auto-erase function.
Those already in the U.S. as of March 15 may also work legally for the next 18 months.
But more still needs to be done to address the refugee crisis mounting in Eastern Europe.
Now is the time for immigration relief, not military involvement on Ukraine’s behalf.
But bureaucratic backlogs mean it's still taking far too long for them to get to work.
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The government has had ample time to figure out how to provide standard visa services in the face of COVID-19, but it’s come up short.
Offending the powerful can be dangerous in an increasingly authoritarian world.
The U.S. is still facing a worker shortage. Why keep willing workers away from jobs?
A Knoxville Woman Called 911. Instead of Getting Help, She Was Arrested and Placed in Immigration Detention for Months.
Knox County's program authorizing such enforcement activities may have been instituted illegally.
The DHS Agent Who Tried To Kill Kevin Byrd Can't Be Sued—Because He Works for the Federal Government
It's almost impossible to hold federal officers to account.