‘My Daughters Need Their Dad:’ Pizza Deliveryman’s Wife Pleads For His Release From ICE CustodyPablo Villavicencio, an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador was arrested while delivering pizza to Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn.
Judge: Pizza Deliveryman Can Stay In Country For Now, Will Remain In CustodyA judge on Saturday granted an emergency stay for Pablo Villavicencio after the Legal Aid Society filed a petition on his behalf.
ICE Detains Pizza Deliveryman Who Brought Order To Brooklyn Army BasePablo Villavicencio, of Ecuador , is now in ICE custody pending removal from the country, a spokeswoman said.
Fugitive Who Escaped ICE Custody At JFK Airport Caught At Starbucks In ChicagoAuthorities said Mohamadou Lamine Mbacke, 31, was on his way to be deported back to Senegal when he slipped away from ICE agents, taking off in a taxi cab.
Federal Judge Halts Deportation Of Indonesian Christians In New JerseyThe order affects roughly 50 people in New Jersey who had identified themselves to Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2009 as part of a program to obtain work authorization and stays of deportation.
Undocumented Immigrants Seeking Sanctuary At New Jersey Church Claim Their Homes Are Being RansackedUndocumented immigrants staying in sanctuary at a church in New Jersey claim their homes are being ransacked in their absence.
Brain Cancer Patient Facing Deportation Granted Temporary StayWhile in ICE detention, Sara Beltran Hernandez collapsed and was taken to a hospital, where she was later diagnosed with a brain tumor.
False Stories About ICE Sweeps & Checkpoints Spark Fear In New York's Immigrant CommunitiesPresident Donald Trump's tough talk on immigration is reverberating across New York as false stories about ICE raids spread on social media.
City Council Votes For Bills To Protect Jailed Immigrants From FedsThe measure, supported by Mayor Bill de Blasio, would prohibit correction officials and police from handing over detainees to immigration officials.
Islip Firing Range Target Of Neighbors' CriticismThe town of Islip has contracted with federal law enforcement, and residents say the blasts of high-powered rifles lasts from sunrise to sunset seven days a week, an assault on their ears.
US Officials: Dinosaurs Returning Home To MongoliaU.S. officials turned over to the Mongolian government enough 80-million-year-old dinosaur skeletons to stock a museum.
CBS 2 Investigation: Train Robberies Hardly A Thing Of The PastStashed inside many battered, nondescript cargo cars are hundreds of thousands of dollars in high-end electronics, appliances, pharmaceuticals, and even designer clothes. And thieves know it.