With DACA under siege, the woman who led its creation as Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, now finds herself leading the charge against her old agency to protect it. In this episode of The SCIF, Juliette speaks with Napolitano, now the president of the University of California, about how the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was conceived and implemented, and why she chose to sue the federal government on behalf of the UC system after the Trump administration's recent decision to end the program.
Greater Boston StaffDecember 13, 2018 07:54 PM
Can President Trump Be Indicted?Following the sentencing of his fixer Michael Cohen, legal scholars are asking.
Matthew S. SchwartzDecember 13, 2018 05:53 AM
Judges Ask ICE to Make Courts Off Limits To Immigration ArrestsCourts should be added to the list of "sensitive locations" that ICE officials are to avoid, judges say, arguing the justice system depends on safe and equal access to the court system.
Philip EwingDecember 13, 2018 05:31 AM
What You Need To Know About Another Wild Week In The Russia InvestigationThe president's former personal lawyer is going to prison. A Russian woman is set to plead guilty to acting as a foreign agent. A former Trump national security adviser will soon learn his fate too.
John BurnettDecember 13, 2018 05:00 AM
Almost 15,000 Migrant Children Now Held At Nearly Full SheltersWith government shelters across the country nearing capacity, officials are considering a range of options from releasing the children more quickly to building more tent cities.