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People get in a ferry at Marsh Harbour Government Port during an evacuation operation after Hurricane Dorian hit the Abaco Islands in Marsh Harbour, Bahamas, September 6, 2019.

More than 100 Hurricane Dorian survivors were kicked off a rescue ferry for not having a US visa, but officials say they should have been let in

US Customs and Border Protection said the ferry operator broke their policy that allowed hundreds of Bahamian refugees to reach Florida without visas.
Harvard University students walk through the campus.

The Harvard student who was denied entry into the US after immigration officers reportedly questioned his religion arrived on campus just before class...

Customs and Border Protection finally granted the student admission to the US, but would not say why they denied entry in the first place.
Migrants hold hands as they cross the border between the U.S. and Mexico at the Rio Grande river, on their way to enter El Paso, Texas, on May 20, 2019 as taken from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The location is in an area where migrants frequently turn themselves in and ask for asylum in the U.S. after crossing the border. Approximately 1,000 migrants per day are being released by authorities in the El Paso sector of the U.S.-Mexico border amidst a surge in asylum seekers arriving at the Southern border.

A 6-month-old baby girl apprehended at the US-Mexico border who was rushed to a hospital for a medical emergency is now in stable condition

CBP confirms that a 6-month-old baby girl is in stable condition after taken by helicopter to hospital after crossing the Rio Grande with her father.

The Trump administration wants to start collecting DNA from unauthorized immigrants in federal custody

If implemented, the policy would allow officials from Customs and Border Protection to collect DNA from people detained on immigration violations.

Federal agents can search your phone at the US border, even if you’re a US citizen. Here’s how to protect your personal information.

Federal agents have broad authority to search citizens and visitors alike, and they're doing so more and more often these days.
Harvard University walk through the campus on the day Harvard University president, Lawrence H. Summers announced he is resigning at the end of the academic year February 21, 2006 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Immigration officers refused to let a Harvard student into the US after reportedly questioning him about his religion and his friends’ anti-Amer...

Ismail Ajjawi said officers searched his phone and laptop and "found people posting political points of view that oppose the US on my friend[s] list."
A Guatemalan migrant recently released from federal detention sits with his three-year-old daughter at a bus depot on June 11, 2019, in McAllen, Texas.

Border Patrol has never vaccinated the migrant children it apprehends. Doctors say it’s time for that to change.

Officials say children are in the facilities for too short a time, and vaccination programs are too vast and complex for the limited staff on hand.
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell attend a concert at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on March 15, 2005.

Jeffrey Epstein’s accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell, who no one could seem to find, was just spotted alive and well at In-N-Out burger

Rumors have popped up that Ghislaine Maxwell could be living as close as Massachusetts, or as far away as France, but nothing has been proved.
United States Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost testifies before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Border Security and Immigration on "The Humanitarian and Security Crisis at the Southern Border" on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 8, 2019.

Border Patrol Chief who was member of secret Facebook group said she didn’t realize ‘highly offensive’ posts were being shared until...

Border Patrol chief Carla Provost said she hardly uses Facebook and had been on the site nine times from June 2018 to June 2019.

The 18-year-old US citizen detained for 23 days by border officials said conditions were so bad that he almost requested deportation

Francisco Galicia told The Dallas Morning News that at a Customs and Border Protection center he couldn't shower and was fed so little that he lost 26 pounds.