Village President Michael Einhorn says he and other town officials are having a hard time gauging public support for a planned immigrant detention center because Chicago-based protesters have come in and whipped people “into a frenzy.”
A chapter of history largely unknown in the U.S. is being featured in an exhibit on Chicago's Southwest Side. The Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture tells the story of Lithuanians deported to Siberia.
Last year, under President Obama, deportations of undocumented workers climbed to a record 393,000 – 10 percent more than deportations under President Bush two years earlier. The pace of company audits in the U.S.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is trying to throw another wrench into a key immigration-enforcement program of President Obama’s administration, saying it ensnares too many people and erodes trust in local police.