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The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, principally responsible for immigration enforcement, with additional responsibilities in countering transnational crime.

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Bajo la custodia de ICE: las condiciones de los centros de detención en los EEUU

USA TODAY logró acceso exclusivo al sistema de detención supervisado por ICE, el cual se ha convertido en una red de $3 billones.
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U.S. non-border immigration arrests fell despite Trump push

Non-border immigration arrests in the United States fell by 10 percent in the year to September from a year earlier, the latest U.S. data shows, a drop that the head of Immigration and Customs..
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Inmate wanted by ICE released on bail. He was arrested weeks later for attempted murder

A 2019 Colorado law bars law enforcement officials in the state from holding a person based only on a request from ICE.
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Lawmakers blast "cruel" ICE sting operation targeting foreign students

The University of Farmington was opened in 2015 as a guise by ICE officials to enticed foreign-born students
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ICE arrests 90 more foreign students at fake university created by DHS in Michigan

Since January, ICE has arrested about 250 students who were enrolled at a fake university in Michigan created to lure in students.
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Marine vet wrongfully held by ICE will get $190,000

Grand Rapids will pay settlement to a Latino American war veteran who was wrongfully detained ​by federal immigration officials
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Lawmakers grill ICE official on Mississippi immigration raids

An official told lawmakers he didn't know how many children remain separated from their parents months after an ICE raid in Mississippi
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Bernie Sanders Calls for Allowing Migrants in U.S. for 5 Years to Stay

Mr. Sanders released a plan on Thursday that vowed to create a “swift, fair pathway to citizenship” for undocumented immigrants and “break up” Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Democrat Sanders vows to halt immigration raids, deportations if elected president

U.S. Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders said on Thursday he would put a moratorium on deportations from the United States and end raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on his..
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Migrant in ICE custody removed from life support over family's objections

A Cameroonian migrant detained by ICE was removed from life support after his family asked that he continue to receive medical care.
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Mississippi lawyer: We set up an immigration triage center after ICE raids

Jeremy Litton, a Mississippi immigration lawyer, tells CBSN's "Red & Blue" about the so-called "immigration triage center" he helped set up in the wake of Wednesday's massive ICE raids. Government..
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Worker injured in New Orleans Hard Rock Hotel collapse detained by ICE

A man injured in the Hard Rock Hotel collapse is being detained by immigration authorities, according to his attorney. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson Bryan Cox confirmed to CBS..
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After terrifying ICE raid, Mississippi is still fighting back

Families are still separated, and lawyers are still pushing back against slanted justice system
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Dozens arrested during ICE protest at New York Microsoft store

The protest was organized by Close The Camps NYC​ as a response to Microsoft doing business with ICE
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Judge dismisses suit against ICE filed by immigrant in Detroit church sanctuary

ICE declared Ded Rranxburgaj a fugitive from the law, but has not attempted to enter the Detroit church to remove him since he took sanctuary.
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Trump administration to use disaster aid for migrant detention centers

The administration is planning to use funds allocated for disaster aid efforts and other Homeland Security initiatives to expand space in ICE facilities and support the controversial "Remain in Mexico"..
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'I thought she was going to die': Parents separated from children after Mississippi ICE raids

More than two weeks after massive ICE raids in Mississippi, multiple parents of young children remain in detention.
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Jimmy Al-Daoud’s diabetes didn't kill him — being deported to Iraq by Trump's ICE did

Jimmy Al-Daoud came to the United States legally as a baby. He was my constituent and died this month in Iraq after being deported there by ICE.
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Hundreds of Google employees call for company to avoid work with ICE and CBP

The petition demands Google not provide services to ICE or U.S. Customs and Border Protection until they "stop engaging in human rights abuses.”
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Group protesting ICE outside prison says guard drove truck into protesters, injuring 2

The group of protesters was outside a Rhode Island prison demonstrating against ICE and immigration policy when the incident occurred.
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Truck nearly hits group of demonstrators protesting ICE

Harrowing video shows a pickup truck drive toward a group of protesters sitting on the ground outside of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in Rhode Island.
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ICE raids in Mississippi leave family shaken

In Mississippi, 680 undocumented food plant workers were arrested. But none of the people who employed them illegally were charged. Maria Elena Salinas explains how one family is struggling to get by.
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F.B.I. Investigating Shootings at San Antonio ICE Facilities

No one was hurt after shots were fired at two buildings housing ICE operations on Tuesday, the authorities said.
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FBI investigating after shots fired at Texas ICE building

The FBI said Tuesday a search is underway for as many as four suspects who may have fired shots at a San Antonio office building that houses ICE. Erica Zucco of CBS San Antonio affiliate KENS reports.
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Undocumented immigrants on edge as new Trump immigration policy calls for more deportations

The Trump administration has nationalized the expedited removal process that allows ICE agents to deport people without any approval from a judge.
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Massachusetts judge allowed to keep $181K salary amid federal charges for obstructing ICE

In a reversal, a Massachusetts judge indicted for allowing an undocumented immigrant to evade ICE will be able to keep her $181,328 annual salary.  
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Job fair after ICE raids: Here's who showed up for Koch Foods plant jobs

A job fair was held on Monday in Forest following ICE raids at several Mississippi chicken processing plants. Here's a look at the turnout and jobs.
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Anti-ICE protesters arrested at Amazon store in New York City

The NYPD arrested 44 protesters Sunday at an Amazon Books store in midtown Manhattan. It was the second day of demonstrations calling for the company to stop selling technology services to U.S...
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Trump aide regrets 'unfortunate' timing on ICE raid of food processing plants in Mississippi

The sweep took place less than a week after a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, that targeted Hispanics.
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ICE used ankle monitors, informants to plan immigration raids where 680 people were arrested

On Wednesday, hundreds of immigration officials descended on seven Mississippi plants owned by four companies. Here's how ICE planned the operation.
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Dozens of immigrants released after ICE raids

Dozens of immigrant workers have been released a day after being detained in the largest immigration raid in a decade in the United States.  
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'I got nothing over here': Michigan man with diabetes dies in Iraq after ICE deported him

Jimmy Al-Daoud, 41, had trouble getting insulin after he was deported to Iraq, where he was homeless and didn't speak the language, advocates say.
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8/8/19: CBSN Evening News

ICE arrests nearly 700 in Mississippi raids; 45 years since the resignation of Pres. Nixon.
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Immigration official: Those arrested in Mississippi shouldn't have been hired by company

A day after the largest federal immigration raid in more than a decade led to the arrest of 680 people, a top ICE official defended the operation.  
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Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid

Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi are living in fear after a massive immigration raid. ICE officials say 680 people were arrested Wednesday at food processing plants around the state. Thursday..
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ICE Deported Him to a Country He’d Never Seen. He Died 2 Months Later.

Jimmy Aldaoud died in a Baghdad apartment on Tuesday after vomiting blood and begging to return to the United States. He had lived in the Detroit area from infancy until he was deported in June.
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'They're going to lose everything': Families are devastated after Mississippi ICE raids

ICE spokesman Bryan Cox confirmed that over half of the 680 arrested in Mississippi on Wednesday remained in federal custody.
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