Immigrant Still In Custody Despite Judge's Ruling In Favor Of AsylumIt's been almost a week since an immigration judge in Chicago ruled that an 18-year-old from Singapore should be granted asylum here, but the teenager has yet to be released from federal custody.
Detained Man From Singapore Could Be Released After Judge's RulingA Chicago judge ruled that Amos Yee, 18, was persecuted in Singapore and should be allowed to remain here.
Airport Protests Continue In Wake Of Trump's Controversial Travel BanFor the second night in a row, protesters gathered at O’Hare International Airport on Sunday to express their outrage at President Donald Trump’s travel ban for people from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Travelers Detained Due To Trump Travel Ban Released, Attorneys SayDozens of people from seven predominantly Muslim countries were detained at airports across the country on Saturday, because of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, but immigration attorneys said they were later released after a federal judge temporarily blocked deportations.
Mexico Detains 13 In Escape Of Drug Kingpin "El Chapo"A statement from the federal Prosecutor's Office on Friday says 11 men and 2 women were arrested and taken to prisons. It did not name the suspects but said they were detained in connection with the escape.
Six Men Charged With Disrupting Flight From San Diego To ChicagoA Southwest Airlines flight from San Diego to Chicago was diverted to Amarillo, Texas, late Monday night, after six passengers became unruly during the flight.
Emanuel Pushes New Limits On Detaining Undocumented ImmigrantsMayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday outlined a proposed ordinance he hopes will reinforce Chicago’s reputation as an “immigrant friendly” city.
Loyola Professor Detained For Videotaping Teen's ArrestA journalism professor at Loyola University says police detained him and erased the video he took of someone being arrested on CTA property this past weekend.
NU Campus Celebrates Release Of Journalism GradStudents and faculty on the campus of Northwestern are breathing a sigh of relief today after one of its journalism graduates was released from Libyan custody after more than 42 days of captivity.