Here is all of ProPublica Illinois’ local reporting on the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy.
Journalists often describe what people in our stories look like. Do those descriptions help readers? Or do they reveal our biases?
The database has been accessed more than 1 million times, including some 32,000 times by immigration officials. Police said they will fix the database but not erase it.
Calling her previous order “overbroad,” the presiding judge of the child protection division says ProPublica Illinois is free to report on the case but can’t disclose the identities of the children.
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