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Telemundo Town Hall Highlights Illegal Immigrant Panic

Telemundo News hosted a Sunday afternoon panel, heavy with panelist warnings against immigration officials and drawing many “Spanish-speakers,” as false immigration enforcement reports online have struck fear among those who may now face repercussions for illegal immigration.

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos

Mexico Counsels Its Citizens About U.S. Deportations

Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned Mexican citizens of “more severe application of migration controls” in the United States after anti-deportation protests over a woman convicted of felony identity theft was sent back to Mexico.

Kamala Harris (Jose Luis Magana / Associated Press)

Kamala Harris’s First Bill: Lawyers for Border Detainees

California’s newest U.S. Senator, Kamala Harris, revealed her first piece of legislation on Thursday, the Access to Counsel Act, which targets President Donald Trump’s travel restriction executive order by providing lawyers to anyone arriving at U.S. border crossings and ports of entry.

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California AG Vows to Fight Trump over Federal Funds

California’s highest law enforcement official, Attorney General Xavier Becerra, echoed Golden State Democrats in their promise to wage battle against President Donald Trump to retain sanctuary policies that harbor illegal aliens in the state.

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Anti-Police Art Removed from Silicon Valley School District Office

A local leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) defended paintings displayed in Silicon Valley’s East Side Union High School District administrative offices for Black History Month that mocked police, and which were removed after complaints from parents.

Aubrey Huff (Jeff Chiu / Associated Press)

Baseball’s Huff Apologizes for Rant, Not for Supporting Trump

Two days after former San Francisco Giants player Aubrey Huff tweeted his shock at protesters blocking airport operations over President Donald Trump’s immigration executive order, and one day after those posts disappeared from social media, Huff apologized for the way he ranted — but not for his political views.

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Democrats Drag Out Jeff Sessions’ Confirmation Fight

Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats forced debate on the confirmation of Jeff Sessions for the position of Attorney General into Wednesday with belabored speeches over Sessions’ qualifications and President Donald Trump’s firing of Obama Administration holdover, acting Attorney General Sally Yates, the night before.

Demonstrator Catalina Lezama, center, holds up her arms during an rally against the Secure Communities program in front the state building, left, and the Federal Building, right, in San Francisco, Thursday, July 29, 2010. Some San Francisco elected officials are standing alongside immigrant advocates to protest a federal program that checks the fingerprints of anyone who's arrested against federal immigration databases.(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

Sanctuary Cities Are Risk for Taxpayers, Warns… Public Radio

Southern California public radio station KPCC warns that taxpayers in “sanctuary cities” stand to pay the price if those cities refuse to comply with enforcement of federal immigration laws under the Trump administration, and instead continue harboring illegal aliens against deportation.