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Presidential Debate Fact-Check: What Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Are Claiming
] /> On the ABC News app? Click HERE to watch this interactive video. The third and final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in Las Vegas started out as a policy discussion, but quickly turned tense, with both candidates accusing the other of lying or making misleading
US Tried Twice to Deport Man Killed by Police in Southern California: Officials
Federal officials tried twice to deport Alfred Olango, a 38-year-old man who was shot by police in Southern California on Tuesday. But, his native country of Uganda refused to take him back, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Olango's history with federal immigration authorities
San Francisco Shooter States He Chose City for Sanctuary Policies
The man who killed a woman at the city's Pier 14, Francisco Sanchez, knew officials in the California city would not actively attempt to deport him.
SF Shooter Was Convicted Felon, Deported 5 Times
San Francisco is a "sanctuary city" that does not enforce federal immigration laws.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte: Obama Administration Isn't Enforcing Immigration Laws
The House Judiciary Committee chair discusses the immigration debate stirred by the death of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco.
San Francisco Woman Killed in Suspected Random Act of Violence
Police look for motive in alleged killer's decision to shoot Kathryn Steinle at Pier 14 in San Francisco.
Lost in America: Visa Program Struggles to Track Missing Foreign Students
Feds: Some of the 6,000 Missing Foreign Nationals 'Could Be Here To Do Us Harm'
Lost in America: Student Visa Program
The last time we waited this long for D. Was 1994. To a new crackdown aimed at stopping budding terrorists in their tracks. The proposal in England comes two weeks after the execution of James Foley. Tonight british authorities taking the lead after upping the threat level there heading into the
Immigration Sit-In Outside White House Results in About 100 Arrests
WASHINGTON, D.C. — For the second time in a month, progressive activists disillusioned with the Obama administration’s immigration policies had themselves arrested outside the White House in what they called an act of “civil disobedience.” The highly choreographed sit-in, organized by a coalition
As Congress adjourns for its August recess, ABC News' Jim Avila reports on the border surge on the Rio Grande 1,500 miles away.