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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 13: Residences of a building listen to New York State's Attorney General Letitia James speak at a press conference to support rent controlled tenants who have been threatened with eviction because their landlord has filed for bankruptcy on March 13, 2019 in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images)

Eviction Moratorium Extended, but Looming Housing Crisis Remains

Gov. Cuomo signed an extension of the eviction moratorium but advocates say housing rights for undocumented tenants in New York remain on shaky ground

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DHS Secretary Chad Wolf Rejects Criticism

Former Department of Homeland Security secretaries accused President Trump of using the department as his own "personal militia"

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Four Poultry Plant Executives Indicted After ICE Raid

The indictments come a year after 680 people were arrested at two Mississippi plants in one of the largest workplace ICE raids in history

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Officials Worry Expedited Census Deadline May Cause Undercount

The Trump administration will end in-person census interviews a month early, possibly leading to an undercount and a cut to federal funding in New York