Max Rivlin-Nadler is an investigative journalist whose reporting has appeared in outlets such as the New York Times, the New Republic, the Village Voice, The Appeal, and Gothamist.
Private Prison Companies Pursue Creative Workarounds to Biden Executive Order
The administration should “enforce its order,” said an ACLU attorney, “or admit that it’s going to let the private prison operators reduce that order to meaningless words on paper.”
The War on ImmigrantsHow ICE Uses Social Media to Surveil and Arrest Immigrants
ICE emails provide a rare inside look at the agency’s use of Facebook and commercial data brokers to track down an immigrant in California.
The War on ImmigrantsNewly Released FOIA Documents Shed Light on Border Patrol’s Seemingly Limitless Authority
After a four-year legal battle, the ACLU obtained more than 1,000 pages of CBP training documents, which were shared exclusively with The Intercept.
The War on ImmigrantsCalifornia Border District Reverses Course on a Key Component of Operation Streamline
Judges in San Diego are no longer accepting same-day pleas for illegal entry misdemeanor cases, ending a major aspect of the fast-track prosecution program.