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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Three men arrested after panga found with stacks of marijuana

    Three men arrested after panga found with stacks of marijuana
    Three men are in custody on suspicion of attempting to smuggle drugs into the country after authorities found their panga-style boat washed ashore Monday in Malibu and loaded with as much as a ton of marijuana, authorities said. The men, whose...
  • Review: The L.A. Phil's Minimalism marathon

    Review: The L.A. Phil's Minimalism marathon
    Minimalism, the musical version, has always been a numbers game. It began with extended tones, with beats added and subtracted to phrases at will and with simple rhythms played in and out of phase to create complex patterns. So let's have some numbers...
  • Mom sought girl's protection from ex-boyfriend before Romeoville shooting

     Mom sought girl's protection from ex-boyfriend before Romeoville shooting
    Time and again Alicia Guerrero had sought protection from the man accused of shooting her in the neck and fatally wounding her 15-year-old daughter last month in the driveway of their Romeoville home. A Tribune review of court records captures the...
  • Protests rise as Santa Maria refuses to halt immigrant center

    Protests rise as Santa Maria refuses to halt immigrant center
    Community activists pledged Monday to continue fighting the construction of an immigrant processing center on the Central Coast, despite a bitterly contested vote in which a local city council advanced the project in the face of fervent public opposition....
  • Letters: Deportation isn't the answer

    Re "Who should be deported?," Opinion, March 27 It's most telling that John Sandweg, a former head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, excoriates the inhumanity of current ICE deportation policies. His piece should be required reading for all...
  • Who should be deported?

     Who should be deported?
    President Obama recently directed Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson to examine U.S. immigration enforcement policies to see how the department can "conduct enforcement more humanely within the confines of the law." The answer to the president's...
  • Shackling to end at San Francisco immigration court

    Shackling to end at San Francisco immigration court
    Immigrants fighting deportation in San Francisco will no longer be shackled during most court hearings, according to a settlement reached with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The settlement, which received preliminary approval from a federal...
  • ICE agrees to stop shackling some defendants for court

    ICE agrees to stop shackling some defendants for court
    Immigrants fighting deportation in San Francisco will no longer be shackled during most court hearings, according to a settlement reached with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The settlement, which received preliminary approval from a federal...
  • Camp - working

      BROWARD COUNTY (Multiple Locations) BROWARD COLLEGE KIDS AND TEENS SUMMER COLLEGE Multiple locations in Broward County broward.edu/academics/ce/Pages/Kids-and-Teens.aspx 954-201-7800 CHESTERBROOK ACADEMY Multiple locations in Broward County...
  • Why we may soon be paying more for coffee

    Why we may soon be paying more for coffee
    Coffee futures posted the biggest monthly gain in almost two decades on mounting concern that abnormally dry weather will reduce the crop in Brazil, the world’s top producer and exporter. This year, arabica coffee has soared 63 percent, the most...
  • Ex-Marine convicted of sex acts with young girls in Cambodia gets life

    Saying she was sending a message to any American who would consider traveling abroad to sexually exploit children, a federal judge on Friday sentenced a retired U.S. Marine captain convicted of having sex with young girls in Cambodia to life in prison....
  • Proposed immigrant processing center roils Central Coast farmworkers

    Proposed immigrant processing center roils Central Coast farmworkers
    GUADALUPE, Calif. — As a nearby tractor purred to life, Miguel Villagomez picked up his knife and stepped into a furrow of dirt amid thousands of plump heads of cauliflower ready for cutting. "This," the 19-year-old from Michoac√°n, Mexico, said...