Anti-ICE Protesters Block Access to Palo Alto Software CompanyPalantir offices in Palo Alto were once again blocked off by protesters Friday calling for an end to the company's data technology contracts with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Hotels Become Battleground Over Immigration DetentionThe U.S. government has occasionally detained migrants in hotels for decades and says it might have to split up families if hotels don't help.
White House Says Trump Will Sign Border Bill, Declare EmergencySenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday afternoon that President Trump will sign a compromise bill to fund border security, but he will declare a national emergency to build the wall.
Deal To Avoid 2nd Gov't Shutdown Comes MondayAnother partial government shutdown will take effect if lawmakers fail to come to an agreement on Monday.
'Stop Hurting My Family'; Mother, Baby Reunited After Month-Long Separation At US BorderA 23-year old Honduran mother was reunited with her baby daughter at San Francisco International Airport on Tuesday evening after a month-long separation, which came as the family tried to cross the U.S. border in search of asylum.
Tijuana Gives Cold Shoulder to Caravan Migrants Trying to Enter CaliforniaMany of the nearly 3,000 Central American migrants who have reached the Mexican border with California via caravan said Saturday they do not feel welcome in the city of Tijuana, where hundreds more migrants are headed after more than a month on the road.
From California to Texas, Migrants at Border Worry Caravans May Shut Them OutSeeking asylum at a port of entry is legal under U.S. law but Pres. Trump has proposed banning people crossing illegally from claiming asylum. People at the San Ysidro crossing near San Diego are fearful they may become collateral damage in the president's effort to stop the caravan migrants.
Homeland Security Chief: Military Has 'No Intention' Of Shooting At CaravanHomeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says US troops who are expected to be deployed to the Mexico border "do not have any intention right now to shoot at people."
Trump Border Wall Prototypes Put to the Test in Southern CaliforniaThe U.S. government announced Thursday that prototypes for Pres. Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico have been completed and will be subjected to punishment to test their mettle.
KCBS Interview: State Senate Leader Darrell Steinberg Says Investment In Central America Would Stem Border CrisisKCBS’ Susan Leigh Taylor And Stan Bunger Interview California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg about the situation in situation in Central America and the influx of children that are headed for the border.
AP Report: California Immigrant Deportations Plummet After TRUST ActFar fewer immigrants arrested by California law enforcement are being turned over to federal authorities for deportation since a new state law went into effect in January.