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Sex Work and Immigrants rights activists rally in Flushing, Queens on the one-year anniversary of massage worker Yang Song's death during an NYPD vice sting. Photo: Scott Heins

One Year on From Yang Song’s Death, Asian Sex Worker Advocates Call for Reduced Policing

Arrests of Asian sex workers have declined in 2018 but advocates call for a decrease in the policing of immigrant communities in Queens.

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Early Arrival: Judge Questions Evidence in ICE Gang Cases

Monday’s Edition of Early Arrival: Cuomo and Jacobs Discourage Support for Green Light Bill — 7-Year-Old Found Dead in the Desert — ‘Border Czar’ Caught By Surprise

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Early Arrival: Driver’s License Bill Passes Assembly

Friday’s Edition of Early Arrival: NY, NJ Undocumented Populations Shrink — Migrants Still Being Kept Under a Bridge — Trump Combats Census Probe, Harris’ Dreamer Proposal

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Early Arrival: NJ County Defies Attorney General’s ‘Immigration Trust Directive’

Wednesday’s Edition of Early Arrival: Supporters of Detained Somali Asylum Seeker Gather Outside NJ Detention Center — Juror Deadlock in Immigration Advocate Trial Leads to a Mistrial — Immigration Hardliner Named Acting USCIS Director