Tagged With Immigration And Customs Enforcement

Hospital for ICE detention centre accused of mass hysterectomies says it only carried out 2, casting doubt on allegations


Portland protesters reportedly faced tear gas after the city's mayor banned the local police department from using it


Secretive surveillance company Palantir says activists' criticisms could hurt its business — but so could addressing their concerns



ICE bars newly enrolled international students from entering the US if their classes will be online only


An international student said the Trump administration rescinding its deportation threat is a relief, but the whiplash is unsettling


International students are losing their 'idealised vision' of the US and weighing options to leave the country if Trump wins in November



Chaos reigns at ICE detention centres amid fear that coronavirus is 'spreading like wildfire'


An immigrant in an ICE detention centre tested positive for the coronavirus. Immigrant advocates are fearing the worst.


Tasked with cutting costs for ICE, McKinsey recommended deporting migrants faster and spending less money on food and medical care


ICE arrested an estimated 250 people who enrolled in a fake university set up by federal authorities as part of an immigration sting operation


The Microsoft-owned GitHub is under pressure for its work with ICE, as employees resign and activists protest its biggest event of the year


Microsoft workers are asking the company to cancel its $8 million of contracts with ICE, after their colleagues at GitHub take a stand



ICE reportedly gave an asylum-seeker at a detention centre ibuprofen after he was shot in the head


GitHub is facing an employee backlash as its CEO defends a $200,000 contract with ICE: 'All it does is make us complicit'


IT automation startup Chef says it will not renew its contract with ICE, days after an open source programmer brought the service to a temporary halt in protest


Former ICE director and Democratic lawmakers didn't hide their contempt for each other in fiery hearing



More than 900 people at immigration detention centres have gotten mumps, an incurable virus that can cause severe brain inflammation and deafness


The Grace Hopper Celebration, the world's largest conference for women in tech, has dropped Palantir as a sponsor over its work with ICE


Palantir workers are split over the company's work with ICE, but CEO Alex Karp won't budge despite concerned employees' petitions


Big data company Palantir renews its controversial contract with ICE that is worth nearly $50 million