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Judge Considers Ban On Separating Families At Border

May 4
By Associated Press

A federal judge will consider arguments Friday to prohibit U.S. immigration authorities from separating parents from their children at the border. A lawsuit has been filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of a Congolese woman who was separated from her 7-year-old daughter for five months after claiming asylum in California.

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US Poised To End Hondurans' Special Immigration Status

May 4
By Associated Press

The Trump administration was expected to announce Friday that it is ending special immigration protections for about 57,000 Hondurans after a devastating hurricane two decades ago, adding them to hundreds of thousands of other immigrants from countries battered by violence and natural disasters who have lost temporary permission to be in the United States.

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California National Guard Troops Arrive In San Diego Ahead Of Border Duty

May 4
By Steve Walsh

The California National Guard arrived at the Kearny Mesa Armory before deploying to work the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.

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International Museum In San Diego Looks Local For Latest Multicultural Offering

May 3
By Tarryn Mento

San Diego’s museums showcase artwork and artifacts from around the world, but curators at the Mingei International Museum didn't have to travel far for its upcoming demonstration.

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Group Running Asylum Caravan Fears Spotlight Comes At A Cost

May 3
By Associated Press

The group that organized a monthlong caravan of Central Americans seeking asylum in the United States wanted to draw attention to the plight of people fleeing violence. If headlines are any measure, it has been a smashing success.

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Tensions Simmer In Mexico As Asylum-Seekers Wait At Border

May 2
By Associated Press

Tension between the Mexican government and Central American asylum-seekers simmered Wednesday as men, women and children camped in a large plaza for a fourth straight day waiting for U.S. inspectors to process their claims.

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Next Steps For Caravan Will Unfold Mostly Out Of Public View

May 1
By Associated Press

The caravan of Central Americans seeking asylum in the United States sought the world's attention as scores of migrants traveled through Mexico on a journey to escape their violent homelands.

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US Border Agency Tests Body-Cam Use By Agents In 9 Locations

May 1
By Associated Press

U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday began testing the use of body cameras by its employees at nine locations, potentially leading to a broad rollout by the nation's largest law enforcement agency that would make it the first federal agency to use the devices on a large scale.

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California Man Sentenced For Impersonating Immigration Agent

May 1
By Associated Press

A California man who impersonated a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent and threatened to deport a woman if she didn't give him money has been sentenced to eight months in prison.

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Trump's Pick To Lead Immigration Agency Announces Retirement

May 1
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump's pick to lead U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has taken himself out of the running less than six months after he was nominated, saying Monday that he will retire this summer to focus more on family.