Articles by Debbie Nathan on theintercept.com
Nearly two months after they were deported without their children, distraught parents say no one from the U.S. government has contacted them.
Many traumatized and disoriented immigrant detainees in South Texas are simply being dropped at bus stations by ICE — without food, water, or money.
The Intercept found a couple who remained separated from their daughters, ages 15 months and 4, suggesting other young children remain lost in the system.
A rolling hunger strike has been occurring at ICE's Port Isabel detention center for the past two weeks, as immigrant mothers demand contact with their children.
The DHS secretary quietly visited two ICE detention centers in South Texas, as well as a shelter housing young children separated from their parents.