Facts and circumstances never disclosed until now tell a complicated story about the agency’s role in a collision that killed three corps members.
Crime and punishment, from the street to the courtroom and prisons
Austin stops selling police guns after Texas Standard/Reveal investigation
City officials said they were worried that guns sold to the public would end up in the hands of criminals.
DOJ’s California sanctuary suit doesn’t challenge ICE detainers
Putting an end to honoring detainers filed by ICE is a cornerstone of California’s sanctuary law. But DOJ’s new lawsuit doesn’t challenge that.
In 3-way deal, ICE is paying Arizona town to hold detainees in Texas
Taxpayers are paying $438,000 each year for an Arizona city to be the middleman between ICE and a Texas private prison for detainees.
Suit: Oklahoma sheriffs, judges let company extort people over court debts
A federal suit claims an Oklahoma company extorts thousands of people too poor to pay their court debts, without hearings required by law.
We’re suing the government over border wall spending records
With so much taxpayer money at stake and few details about how it would be used, we wanted to know how much the government had already spent.
Watchdog agency criticizes immigrant detention conditions
Immigrants are being denied medical care, strip-searched and threatened at six ICE detention facilities, a new watchdog report finds.
Too many pills
We tell the story of of how a DEA insider tried to stop drug distribution companies from flooding America with truckloads of pain pills.
ACLU files suit over abortion access for migrant girl in federal custody
“We are providing excellent care to the adolescent girl and her unborn child, who remain under our care until the mother’s release.”
Judge denies ACLU effort to release detained migrant girl for abortion
“The government may not want to facilitate abortion, but it cannot block it. It is doing that here,” the federal judge also writes in her ruling.