More than a thousand so-called Dreamers will likely be removed in coming in deportation raids, including those with orders of removal and minor criminal records, even if they were not directly targeted by the Trump administration, says an Obama immigration official.
Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán makes a formal not-guilty plea, as U.S. prosecutors detailed their case against the drug lord. The U.S. says Guzmán built an international, multibillion-dollar business, protecting it with a “veritable army, ready to war with competitors and anyone Guzman deemed to be a traitor.”
About 30 people have agreed to enter drug treatment in the initiative, which started last year. Many have been successful in treatment and getting work or going back to school.
Chicago’s police department is accused of waiting about half an hour on average to tell the city’s Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA) about shootings by officers. The number of complaints against officers fell last year.
In his White House website, President Donald Trump promises to “keep our streets free of crime and violence” and says his administration will end “the dangerous anti-police atmosphere in America.”