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Longtime activist Maru Mora-Villalpando says ICE placed her in deportation proceedings in retaliation for her work. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Immigrant Activists Ask Biden Administration To Ban ICE From Retaliating Against Them

In a new report, activists say ICE systematically retaliates against them for their work, despite the agency's denials. Advocates want the Biden administration to officially forbid the practice.

Sens. Rob Portman of Ohio and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona field reporters' questions last week as Sen. Susan Collins looks on during a news conference about the bipartisan infrastructure deal. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Unapologetically Moderate, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Says She's Focused On Results

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When the Sun Bursts Catching Flies
Them Is Us Rival Consoles

Longtime activist Maru Mora-Villalpando says ICE placed her in deportation proceedings in retaliation for her work. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Immigrant Activists Say ICE Is Purposely Targeting Them. They're Urging Biden To Help

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Lust For Life Girls
Closer Henry Green
Man Beats Robot Any Day Mount Cyanide
black screen LCD Soundsystem

Jon Michael Hill (seated) and Namir Smallwood star in Pass Over, the first play to return to Broadway since the COVID-19 closure. Jeremy Daniel/Matt Ross Public Relations hide caption

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Broadway's 1st Play Since COVID Closure Blends Bible, Beckett, Black Lives Matter

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Hidden Worlds Teen Daze
Temperature of Traveling Parra For Cuva
L.M. II [Full Length] Toshio Matsuura
Only Lovers Left Alive Jozef Van Wissem & SQÜRL

This week marks two years since a weekend of mass shootings: one in El Paso, Texas, and one in Dayton, Ohio. Two relatives of victims, including one who is a survivor himself, offer their thoughts on the anniversary. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Grief And Remembrance, 2 Years After Mass Shootings In El Paso And Dayton

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Baltimore The Octopus Project
Oh My God Cults
Polymar E Kelpe
Firestarter Blouse
Golden Dreams Scratch Massive
So May We Start Sparks, Marion Cotillard et. al.
Ain't Misbehavin' Leon Redbone

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