Poll Finds Partisan Divides in Views of ICE, Justice Department

Most federal agencies enjoy majority support from the American public, but a new survey found divisions along party lines in opinions of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Justice in light of national political disputes.

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Detained for His Last Name, US Citizen’s Suit Revived by 2nd Circuit

Even though he has the 11th most common surname in the United States, Brooklyn-born Luis Hernandez came under a cloud of suspicion by government officials after being picked up for a misdemeanor a little more than five years ago. On Tuesday, the Second Circuit revived his suit against the United States and New York City.

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