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Motel 6 says employees won't call immigration on guests
Motel 6 says its employees in Phoenix will no longer work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents after news reports that its workers were providing guests' names to agents who later arrested at least 20 of the people on immigration charges.
Lawmakers seeks probe of Phoenix police immigration policy
An Arizona lawmaker says Phoenix police are violating provisions of a controversial 2010 law known as SB 1070 that requires police to inquire about the immigration status of people they suspect are in the country illegally
More input sought in requested voiding of Arpaio conviction
The judge who presided over former metro Phoenix Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal trial wants more input from federal prosecutors about the scope of a requested voiding of the now-pardoned lawman's contempt of court conviction
Sheriff pardoned by Trump goes on comeback speaking tour
The former Phoenix-area sheriff who was pardoned by President Donald Trump after a federal contempt-of-court conviction in an immigration case is returning to the public speaking circuit
Latino group snubs Trump for 'disagreeable actions'
Latino congressional group snubs Trump over 'disagreeable actions,' doesn't invite him to speak at annual convention
Prosecutors: Reasons for Arpaio conviction should be voided
Prosecutors have said a ruling that explains the reasons for former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's conviction should be thrown out now that he has been pardoned by President Donald Trump
The Note: With Trump, the dream might be over for DACA recipients
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump heads back to Texas a second time Saturday to be “out with the families” impacted by Hurricane Harvey , Vice President Mike Pence told ABC News’ Jonathan Karl – right after the vice president did just that on Thursday. In the balance: The White House said
ANALYSIS: Post-Harvey, Trump eschews typical presidential optics for Trumpism
Squint and it almost seemed like a traditional president doing what’s typically done after disaster strikes. President Trump was meeting with those grappling with a storm’s impact, praising the efforts and coordination of local officials, and promising quick rebuilding for the people of the
The Note: Will Trump's tax push be on the money?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Back to business : President Trump travels to Missouri to jump-start his legislative agenda, with a "tax reform event" at a manufacturing facility. " This is the way to do it." In his first trip to Texas since the storm, Trump thanked first responders and remained