ICE Force-Feeding Immigrant Detainees, In Seemingly Unprecedented Move

February 05, 2019

ICE Force-Feeding Immigrant Detainees, In Seemingly Unprecedented Move

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February 05, 2019

ICE Force-Feeding Immigrant Detainees, In Seemingly Unprecedented Move

Last week, ICE confirmed that their agency is force-feeding nine detainees in El Paso, as a result of a hunger strike to protest conditions and treatment inside the facility.

El Salvador Elects Nayib Bukele as President

37-year-old Nayib Bukele the former mayor of San Salvador, the country’s capital city, won the election in a landslide.

U.S. Weapons are Ending Up in the Hands of Al Qaeda and Other Proxy Fighters Across Yemen

Nima Elbagir recently spent 11 days in Yemen, and her reporting reveals how UAE and Saudi Arabia, both US allies, are enabling arms to wind up in the hands of Iranian backed militias.

Nickel and Dimed...for Federal Government Court Documents

The going rate is $0.10 a page but some experts estimate it costs only half of one ten-thousandth of a penny to send out a page. 

Guests:

Garance Burke

Grace Meng

Heather Gies

Nima Elbagir

Shira Scheindlin

Matt Ford

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