Daily Immigration News Clips – January 10, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 10, 2019.

National

Teen Vogue Why Doesn't Criminal Justice Reform Include Immigration Law?
By Isabella Gomez

NPR Code Switch The Return

New York Times Trump’s Emergency Powers Threat Could End Shutdown Crisis, but at What Cost?
By Charlie Savage

New York Times Trump Again Warns He May Declare National Emergency to Build Wall
By Michael Tackett

Washington Post Trump just undermined his own border-wall ‘national emergency’
By Aaron Blake

Politico Trump says he has an 'absolute right' to declare a national emergency for his border wall
By MATTHEW CHOI

The Hill Trump says emergency declaration coming without border deal with Dems
By JORDAN FABIAN

USA Today Trump walks out of meeting with congressional leaders, threatening to declare emergency at border
By Maureen Groppe, David Jackson and Michael Collins

Associated Press Trump's Border Visit Comes as Shutdown Talks Fall Apart

Associated Press Texas Landowners Prepare Wall Fight; Trump to Visit Border

Reuters In Texas Border Town, Skepticism Ahead of Trump Visit to Push Wall

Washington Post Trump wants his wall. Texas politicians, even some Republicans, are skeptical.
By Matt Viser

Politico Trump will bring top White House lawyer to Mexican border
By NANCY COOK and GABBY ORR

Associated Press No Easy Way Out? Trump Boxed In by Politics Amid Shutdown

Wall Street Journal Trump Walks Out of Border Talks, Calls Them ‘Total Waste of Time’
By Kristina Peterson, Rebecca Ballhaus and Natalie Andrews

New York Times Democrats Focus on Shutdown’s Cost and Steer Away From Trump’s Wall
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis

Washington Post ‘He’s a gut politician’: Trump’s go-to negotiating tactics aren’t working in shutdown standoff
By David Nakamura and Seung Min Kim

Washington Post Shutdown impasse: 8 House Republicans break with Trump on shutdown strategy, back Democrats’ plan to reopen Treasury without new border wall funds
By Felicia Sonmez and John Wagner

Washington Post Shutdown impasse: White House meeting ends quickly over wall funding dispute
By Felicia Sonmez and John Wagner

Politico 2020 contenders use shutdown fight to raise cash, talk to base
By MAGGIE SEVERNS

Politico Graham launches last-ditch push to end shutdown
By ELIANA JOHNSON and BURGESS EVERETT

The Hill GOP senators challenge Trump on shutdown strategy
By ALEXANDER BOLTON

The Hill GOP senators speculate on how shutdown will end
By Molly K. Hooper

The Hill White House aide says taxpayers will pay for border wall
By JOHN BOWDEN

San Francisco Chronicle Why a DACA deal to end the shutdown is unlikely
By Tal Kopan

Wired TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION SPEECH WON'T CHANGE MINDS, SCIENCE SAYS
By EMILY DREYFUSS

Associated Press Trump’s move to send Haitians home goes on trial in New York

Washington Post Border Protection officer’s union sues Trump administration over shutdown after missed paycheck
By Deanna Paul

Washington Post Judge frees Palestinian man from 2-year immigration hold

Buzzfeed ICE Might Be Violating Federal Law By Keeping Immigrants Detained During The Shutdown
By Hamed Aleaziz

New York Times When Is a Border Just a Border? Almost Never
By Megan Specia and Eric Nagourney

Washington Post Obama Border Patrol chief to Trump: ‘Stay the course’ on the border wall
By Colby Itkowitz

Washington Post Record number of migrant families arrested while crossing U.S. border in December
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Border apprehensions remain static for third straight month
By RAFAEL BERNAL

The Hill New Dem caucus chairman: Some wall is good, but not new wall
By MIKE LILLIS

The Hill Beto O’Rourke: US-Mexico border ‘one of the safest places in the United States’ By BRETT SAMUELS

Associated Press Woman Who Won Wrongful Arrest Lawsuit Detained by ICE

The Hill Undocumented immigrant takes sanctuary while in 'legal limbo' due to shutdown
By EMILY BIRNBAUM

Buzzfeed The 8-Year-Old Boy Who Died In Border Patrol Custody Was Healthy When He Left Mexico, Shelter Says
By John Stanton

Reuters Mexico Prepares for Arrival of Next Central American Migrant Caravan

Associated Press In 2019, Immigration Novels Are Especially Timely

Associated Press US Border Patrol Museum Opens a World on the Evolving Agency

Washington Post Walls are the foundation of civilization. But do they work?
By Marc Fisher

Washington Post Work on 2020 count could last into early February if federal shutdown continues, the Census Bureau says. But experts paint a more dire portrait.
By Tara Bahrampour

Politico O'Rourke hits El Paso streets to rebut Trump's immigration address
By DAVID SIDERS

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) Democrats’ Cynical ‘No’ on Immigration
By Karl Rove

New York Times (Opinion) Boo, Hiss, Border Wall
By David Leonhardt

New York Times (Opinion) Trump Hits the Wall
By Gail Collins

New York Times (Op-Ed) Have We Had Enough of the Imperial Presidency Yet?
By Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer

New York Times (Op-Ed) Jorge Ramos: Trump Is the Wall
By Jorge Ramos

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump asked you to imagine being victimized by an immigrant. We should imagine instead, ‘We’re all Roxana.’
By Theresa Vargas

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s speech was full of lies. But it also gives Democrats an opening.
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) Beto O’Rourke rebuts Trump’s fearmongering
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) After Trump’s dud, it’s up to the Senate GOP
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s wall isn’t evil. It’s medieval.
By Dana Milbank

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s Oval Office address was a pure propaganda opportunity. Networks shouldn’t allow it next time.
By Margaret Sullivan

Washington Post (Op-Ed) How to compete with Trump’s fear-mongering
By Michael Ignatieff

Washington Post (Op-Ed) End the telenovela. It’s time for a real solution for Dreamers and the border.
By Janet Murguía

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Welcome to the border, Mr. President
By Sister Norma Pimentel

USA Today (Opinion) Trump's border wall isn't about national security. It's about stoking racial resentment.
By Jason Sattler

Politico (Opinion) Don’t Declare a National Emergency for the Wall
By RICH LOWRY

The Hill (Op-Ed) Walls don’t work in isolation; first end the shutdown
By JASON M. BLAZAKIS

The Hill (Op-Ed) Forget the border wall, a coup in Guatemala is the real emergency
By ELIZABETH OGLESBY

The Hill (Op-Ed) End the shutdown and secure a future for the Dreamers
By DANIEL GRISWOLD

The Hill (Op-Ed) Terrorism is not a thing to cry wolf about
By RUTH ELLEN WASEM

New Yorker (Opinion) Trump’s Speech Was a Big Non-Event
By John Cassidy

Forbes (Opinion) There Is No Border Crisis
By Stuart Anderson

Local

Portland Mercury Federal Shutdown Grinds Portland Immigration Court Cases to a Halt
By Alex Zielinski

NOLA.com ‘The docket is swollen’: New Orleans immigration cases pile up as shutdown continues
By Maria Clark

Detroit News Long waits, small odds: Changing immigration status in the U.S.
By Maureen Feighan

MPR Dispelling myths about immigration and the border
By Kerri Miller and Kelly Gordon

WPTV Immigration hearing delays put families in limbo due to partial government shutdown
By Michelle Quesada

Miami Herald The U.S. government wants to reject fewer immigration applications. This tool will help.
By DANIEL SHOER ROTH

WLRN A Latin American Pespective On The U.S. Immigration Debate
By CHRIS REMINGTON

McAllen Monitor (Editorial) Dear Mr. Trump: We have some suggestions regarding your border visit

Des Moines Register (Opinion) For millennials, immigration policy is personal and drives political activism
By Anoushe Seiff