Court: Texas Can Enforce More Of 'Sanctuary Cities' LawTexas can require law enforcement to comply with requests from federal immigration authorities to detain people in local jails for possible deportation under a new "sanctuary cities" law supported by the Trump administration, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday.
Despite Claims By Democrats, Trump Says No DACA DealDespite Claims By Democrats, Trump Says No DACA Deal
Dreamers, Supporters Rally In DallasDozens of people gathered in front of Dallas City Hall on Wednesday to protest President Trump's decision to end DACA.
Groups Gather In Dallas, Criticize Trump's DACA Phase OutSeveral groups in North Texas gathered this morning to criticize President Donald Trump's decision to phase-out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) -- a controversial program that protected young people brought to the United States illegally by their parents.
North Texas 'Dreamer' Says He's An AmericanDreamers would like to be allowed to become American citizens.
North Texas Dreamers Feel Anxiety, AnticipationPresident Trump is expected to announce Tuesday he will end DACA.
Fort Worth Council To Discuss SB4The new Texas law taking effect September 1 allows police to ask about a person's immigration status.
Demonstrators Call On Fort Worth To Sue State Over New LawSB4 goes into effect on September 1 and allows police to inquire about a person’s immigration status during routine police contact.
Big Rig Driver Said He Had No Idea Dozens Were In His TrailerTen people died in the human trafficking case in San Antonio.
Truck Driver Charged With Human TraffickingJames Matthew Bradley is accused of driving a trailer packed with immigrants for “commercial advantage or private financial gain.” The charge carries the possibility of the death penalty.
Man Arrested In Mexico For 2015 Dallas MurderFaustino Valdez was arrested by the FBI in Mexico. Officials stated that he was deported back to Dallas on Thursday evening. Valdez was wanted in connection with the 2015 death of his ex-girlfriend.
Homeland Demands More Security On Int’l Flights To U.S.Homeland Demands More Security On Int’l Flights To U.S.
Supreme Court Reinstates Trump Travel BanThe Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it.
Justice Department Sides With Texas Over SB4The Justice Department has issued a statement siding with Texas over its 'sanctuary cities' law. Government officials said that the law does not violate the Constitution.
San Antonio Files Lawsuit Over 'Sanctuary Cities' BillSan Antonio is joining the fight against the so-called 'sanctuary cities' bill, but some city leaders are not thrilled about the decision.
Protest Sparks Texas Lawmaker Threats Of Gun ViolenceA group of Democratic lawmakers is accusing a Republican colleague of threatening to "put a bullet in the head" of someone on the Texas House floor, as a raucous immigration protest unfolded in a public gallery.
Tight Border Security Pushing Smugglers To WaterTight security along the southern U.S. border has smugglers looking for new ways to transport drugs and people into the country. Agents said that smugglers have started turning to the high seas.
Refugees In U.S. Rushing For Canadian BorderNew immigration policies have fueled a refugee crisis. Asylum seekers in the U.S. are rushing for the Canadian border.
Protests In Austin Over 'Sanctuary Cities' BillProtesters started gathering early Monday morning outside of the Texas Governor's Mansion in Austin following the signing of the 'sanctuary cities' bill.
Abbott Signs Bill Banning 'Sanctuary Cities' In TexasIn a Facebook livestream on Sunday, Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill that bans 'sanctuary cities' in Texas.
Protests After Baylor Frat Party With Mexican ThemeHundreds of people protested at Baylor University on Monday after a controversial Mexican-themed frat party over the weekend.
Texas House Passes 'Sanctuary City' BanThe Texas House approved a strict ban on 'sanctuary cities' in the country's second-largest state.
100,000 Expected At North Texas Immigration Reform Mega MarchOrganizers and participants are calling for an end to executive orders discriminating against Muslims and what they say are "aggressive" deportation efforts by the federal government.
Big Crowd Expected At Dallas Immigration MarchThe organizers of the Immigration Reform Mega March in Dallas are hoping for a big turnout on Sunday afternoon, expecting some 100,000 people to walk through the streets of downtown.

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