Daily Immigration News Clips – July 11, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 11, 2019.


NPR Immigration Judges Face Challenges As Cases Pile Up
By Noel King

NPR Migrants Face Legal Crisis At El Paso Immigration Court
By Noel King

The New York Times U.S. Prepares to Arrest Thousands of Immigrant Family Members
By Caitlin Dickerson and Zolan Kanno-Youngs

The Hill Deportation raids to begin Sunday: report
By Chris Mills Rodrigo

CNN Top immigration official says ICE raids 'absolutely' going to happen
By Betsy Klein, Pamela Brown and Joe Johns

CBS News ICE raids targeting thousands of undocumented migrants will reportedly begin this weekend

Vice News ICE Will Reportedly Conduct Raids to Arrest Thousands of Immigrants On Sunday
By David Gilbert

Associated Press Asylum-Seeker Talks About Daughter's Death After US Custody

Reuters 'World Should Know,' Migrant Tells U.S. Congress of Toddler's Death

The Washington Post 'Kids in cages': House hearing examines immigration detention as Democrats push for more information
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico Guatemalan migrant relives journey to the U.S.: 'I watched my baby girl die, slowly and painfully'

The Hill Mother of toddler who died after ICE detainment testifies before House subcommittee
By Rachel Frazin

By Abigail Tracy

Associated Press New Holding Center for Migrant Children Opens in Texas

Reuters U.S. Border Agency Says It Is Holding 200 Children, Down From 2,500 in May

The Wall Street Journal New Shelter for Migrant Teenagers Lacks Residents
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Politico House appropriators plan visit to Florida shelter for migrant kids
By Jennifer Scholtes

The Hill Migrant children report sex assault, retaliation for protests at border facility
By Jessica Campisi

BuzzFeed News Border Patrol Said There Wasn't Room For More Immigrant Kids. The Shelter Agency Says Otherwise.
By Adolfo Flores

The New York Times A Crime Scene at the Border
By Teju Cole

The New York Times A Sharp Drop in Migrant Arrivals on the Border: What's Happening?
By Miriam Jordan and Kirk Semple

The Washington Post Border officials not told of massive surveillance breach until three weeks after subcontractor was first alerted
By Drew Harwell

Politico Border arrests dropped sharply in June
By Ted Hesson

The Hill Trump officials defend use of facial recognition amid backlash
By Emily Birnbaum

ProPublica Border Patrol Condemns Secret Facebook Group, but Reveals Few Specifics
By A.C. Thompson

Mother Jones 64,000 Kids Have Showed Up Alone at Our Border This Year. Filthy Cages Are Just Part of the Story.
By Fernanda Echavarri

The New York Times The President and the Census

The Washington Post Second federal judge blocks Justice Dept. bid to replace census attorneys
By Matt Zapotosky

Reuters When the U.S. Puts a Border Between Migrant Kids and Their Caretakers

HuffPost Families Of Deported Immigrants Storm Biden Headquarters To Demand Apology
By Angelina Chapin

The Atlantic Tucker Carlson Has Failed to Assimilate
By Conor Friedersdorf

CNN EXCLUSIVE: John Sanders on why he left after two and a half months as acting CBP commissioner
By Geneva Sands and Priscilla Alvarez

The Hill Democrats warn push for border crossing decriminalization will prove costly in 2020
By Jonathan Easley

The Washington Post (Editorial) The facial-recognition future we feared is here

USA Today (Editorial) Donald Trump earns place in history with how America treats migrant children

The Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) Make Central America Great Again
By George P. Shultz and Pedro Aspe

The Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) Democrats Will Stop Raising their Hands
By James Freeman

The New York Times (Opinion) The Racist History Behind Facial Recognition
By Sahil Chinoy

The Washington Post (Opinion) Migrant children drew disturbing pictures of cages and bars. They also drew these bright scenes.
By Theresa Vargas

The Washington Post (Opinion) An important breakthrough for Hispanic voters
By Jennifer Rubin

The Washington Post (Opinion) Tucker Carlson proposes an Orwellian test for immigrants: They've 'got to like us back'
By Erik Wemple

The Washington Post (Opinion) The Fox effect? GOP voters agree with harsh messaging on migrant kids
By Greg Sargent

The Washington Post (Opinion) The real reason for the census debacle? Trump just wants to fight.
By Karen Tumulty

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) The citizenship question isn't the only threat to the census. Here's what's at stake.
By Philip Rocco

Politico (Op-Ed) The 90-Year-Old Census Agreement That Trump Wants to Blow Up
By Bruce Ackerman

The American Prospect (Opinion) Why Immigration is Not a Simple Winner for Democrats
By Robert Kuttner


Texas Tribune In El Paso court, migrants no longer get legal advocates or pre-hearing briefings on their rights

kpbs San Diego Migrant Shelter Treats Sick Families Coming Out Of Custody
By Melaina Spitzer

The Seattle Times (Washington) Auditor: King County allowed ICE to access jail inmates' personal information more than 1,000 times
By Nina Shapiro

Voice of OC (Op-Ed) Sarmiento: Why Santa Ana's Deportation Defense Legal Fund Should Be Celebrated
By Vicente Sarmiento