Sen. Kayse Jama and Rep. Khanh Pham are at the center of an effort to coordinate responses between the nonprofits sector and government agencies as the local Afghan community details horrific accounts of family members trapped in Kabul.
As Manuel de Jesus Isasi Hernandez contends with awaiting a ruling on his asylum case, he finds strength in art, whether it’s using his body as a canvas for tattoos he inks himself, transforming wire from a construction site into the sculpture of an animal, or creating a signature that incorporates symbols for all his loved ones.
Records recently obtained by OPB show Clark County Sheriff’s Office continues to share inmates' personal information — particularly that of Latinos — with ICE. As recently as February, the jail and federal agents communicated almost daily.
The Biden administration's head of Homeland Security is defending a policy of allowing unaccompanied children crossing the southwest border to remain in the U.S. while quickly expelling most single adults and families