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Definitive For Americans: A Refugee's Review of 'The Vietnam War'

I told myself I had to watch <i>The Vietnam War</i> by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick because it would surely be hailed as “definitive” (which it has been by …

Vietnam

A detained 17-year-old immigrant wants an abortion. The government went to court to stop her.

The teenager is just one of many unaccompanied immigrant minors affected by a new policy restricting abortion access.<p>At a shelter in South Texas, a teenager is fighting the federal governmentto get an abortion.<p>The 17-year-old, identified in court documents as Jane Doe, came to the US as an …

‘Please, God, Don’t Let Me Get Stopped’: Around Atlanta, No Sanctuary for Immigrants

CHAMBLEE, Ga. — Not many notice when the SUVs arrive.<p>Around 5 a.m., when the immigration agents pull into the parking lot of the Chamblee Heights apartments, 16 miles from downtown Atlanta, only one person is on the lookout.<p>Cristina Monteros catches sight of the cars with the telltale tinted …

Immigration

Undocumented migrants detained in Fla. ahead of Hurricane Irma despite DHS pledge: report

Immigration agents continued to round up immigrants in Florida amid preparations for Hurricane Irma last September, despite a statement from the …

Surprise inspections find 'significant issues' in treatment of ICE detainees

<b>(CNN) —</b> Long waits for medical care, possible misuse of solitary confinement and inappropriate treatment of detainees were among problems inspectors found at several US immigrant detention facilities, a government watchdog says.<p>"We identified problems that undermine the protection of detainees' …

What happens to a family when they have equal rights, and then lose them?

Immigrant parents struggle with the future — and try to protect their US-born children from the terrible truth.<p>DENVER — “You really don’t realize how much your kids pay attention when adults are talking,” Treisi Martinez, a 25-year-old mother of two who is protected temporarily from deportation …