Justices Side With Immigrant Who Got Bad Legal Advice

By ADAM LIPTAK June 23, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Friday ruled in favor of an immigrant whose lawyer falsely told him that pleading guilty to a drug charge would not lead to his deportation. When the immigrant, Jae Lee, learned the truth,...

39 Members of MS-13 Are Arrested, Authorities Say

The brutal gang, with roots in Central America, is thought to be responsible for 17 murders since 2016 in Suffolk County, on Long Island.

Torture Victim, Expecting a U.S. Handshake, Was Given Handcuffs Instead

A man who had been beaten and jailed by Venezuelan security agents fled to the United States, but was arrested when he arrived at an asylum interview in Miami.

A Woman Long at Risk of Deportation Gains a Reprieve

A federal judge says Jessica Colotl, a Mexican who came to the United States when she was 11, can stay while an application to renew her protected status is reconsidered.

For Undocumented Mom, Somewhere to Shelter, but Nowhere to Run

For Undocumented Mom, Somewhere to Shelter, but Nowhere to Run By JULIE TURKEWITZ and TODD HEISLER June 5, 2017 Ingrid Latorre holding her son, Anibal, 1, as he looks out of the window of the Quaker meetinghouse whose congregants have agreed to...