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Jasmine Aguilera


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Past articles by Jasmine:

'The System is Broken.' New Documentary Filmmakers on How Immigration Courts Hurt Immigrants

Guerrilla Habeas, the latest installment of the documentary series The Turning Point, co-produced by TIME Studios, airs Sunday, Feb. 5th at 10 pm ET on MSNBC, and streaming on Peacock. → Read More

These Are the Republican Detractors Who Just Switched Their Support for Kevin McCarthy

During the 13th round of votes for Speaker, 15 Republican holdouts switched to support Kevin McCarthy. → Read More

Why House Republicans Want to Try to Impeach DHS Secretary Mayorkas

House Republicans want to investigate the DHS Secretary next year amid an increasingly complex situation at the border. → Read More

House Passes Same-Sex Marriage Protections

The bill will now head to Biden's desk to be signed into law. → Read More

Senate Advances Historic Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

The Senate cleared a major procedural hurdle to pass a bill protecting same-sex and interracial marriage. → Read More

Women Could Win Both Top Spots in Government for the First Time in These States

Arkansas, Ohio, and Oklahoma could election women to both top spots in state government for the first time in U.S. history. → Read More

What Happens if a Candidate Contests the Results of a Midterm Election?

The amount of money both Democrats and Republicans have raised to pay for election-related litigation has surpassed previous election cycles at this point. → Read More

What to Know About the Attack on Paul Pelosi

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was hospitalized after a man broke into their San Francisco home and attacked him with a hammer. → Read More

DACA Is Slowly Dying Unless Congress Steps in to Save It

"We are at a point now where unless there's a legislative solution to provide permanent protections for DACA recipients, many will likely lose what they have built over the last decade." → Read More

Republican Mayra Flores Won Over Key Texas Latinos. Can She Do It Again?

The outcome of her race could reveal whether her win in June was a fluke, or a sign that the Republican Party's efforts to win over Latino voters are working. → Read More

Why Christian Walker Denounced His Father Herschel Walker Over Abortion Allegation

Christian Walker spoke out against his father following a report the Georgia Senate candidate paid for an abortion in 2009 despite his anti-abortion views. → Read More

'The Most Explosive Issue.' Republicans Reveal Immigration Agenda Ahead of Midterms

Republicans continue to view tough messaging on immigration as a key strategy to unite their party and win over voters. → Read More

Senators Delay Vote to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

Senators delayed a vote on a bill to protect same-sex marriage after struggling to get 10 Republicans on board. → Read More

Republicans And Democrats Agree Social Media Needs Regulation. But They're No Closer to Doing Anything About It

A Senate committee convened social media executives to address how disinformation and extremist ideologies put the U.S. at risk. → Read More

The 'Remain in Mexico' Policy Is Officially Over. But Hundreds of Migrants Are Still Stuck in Mexico

The Biden Administration ended the 'Remain in Mexico' policy, but hundreds of migrants are still waiting across the border because of a new DHS process. → Read More

Uvalde School Police Chief Pete Arredondo Fired

George Hyde, a lawyer for Arredondo, failed to sway the school board in a 17-page statement shared with TIME on Wednesday. → Read More

How Pete Arredondo Forced a Reckoning Over Police in Uvalde

The thick wall of silence that’s developed around Arredondo makes it difficult to grasp how all his training and experience failed to produce a better outcome on May 24. → Read More

Why Human Smuggling Deaths Will Continue After the San Antonio Tragedy

The migrant deaths in San Antonio were the result of rigid deterrence policy at the border, experts argue, which fuels human smuggling. → Read More

In a Win For Biden, Supreme Court Rules He Can End the ‘Remain In Mexico’ Policy

The Supreme Court ruled the Biden Administration can end the controversial Trump-era immigration policy known as “Remain in Mexico." → Read More

What to Know About the Deaths of 50 Migrants Found in a Truck in San Antonio

Authorities found 46 people dead in the back of a semi truck in San Antonio believed to have been migrants. → Read More