Critics say two federal programs turn undocumented people into profits for counties, with some making millions of dollars.
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John Tanton was a force behind several groups that have ties to Trump associates. Now an immigration lawyer is suing to see his papers.
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The World Mission Society believes God is a real woman living in South Korea. Former members say the group is anything but heavenly.
A Southern Californian city’s sole newspaper was bought by a husband and wife pair who, according to unearthed tweets, repeatedly espouse right-wing conspiracy theories.
‘I was doing my work and nothing more, like any other journalist does,’ Manuel Duran told The Daily Beast of his April arrest by local police and then ICE officials.