Search About Subscribe Donate
Andrew is a data reporter at The Marshall Project. Previously a Cross-Borders Data Investigations Fellow at Columbia University, he investigated U.S.-based, right-wing evangelical groups that use dark-money to promote anti-LGBTQ policies in Central and South America. While at The Marshall Project, he has used computer programming and data visualization to report on the immigration courts, border detention of migrant children and the cost of deportation to taxpayers. He has also collaborated on national award-winning stories, including Detained, Think Debtor’s Prisons Are a Thing of the Past? Not in Mississippi and More Immigrants Are Giving Up Court Fights and Leaving the U.S.
Phone 646-468-6115
Español June 4
En el año fiscal 2020, los encuentros fronterizos se redujeron a la mitad, mientras que la proporción de rescates se duplicó. Expertos y grupos humanitarios culpan a una medida de Trump que continúa en vigencia.
News May 26
In fiscal year 2020, border encounters dropped by half while rescue rates doubled. Experts and humanitarian groups point to a Trump-era policy that continues today.
Death Sentences February 10
The Marshall Project tracked every execution in America for more than five years. For condemned people, the path to death grew longer, more winding and erratic.
Español February 9
Unos 26.000 niños inmigrantes víctimas de abuso, negligencia o abandono deben permanecer como si fueran indocumentados durante años, a pesar de ser elegibles para la residencia permanente.
News January 28
Some 26,000 immigrant children who claim abuse, neglect or abandonment must remain effectively undocumented for years, despite being eligible for green cards.
News November 23, 2020
Restoring asylum claims and judges’ independence will be uphill work.
News November 17, 2020
CoreCivic and GEO Group have been shifting away from prisons toward other government contracts, like office space and immigration detention.
Analysis October 30, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection carried out almost half a million child detentions during the Trump administration, data shows. More kids were held for 72 hours or more.
Feature June 22, 2020
Even after the Supreme Court ruling sparing DACA, many immigrants can face deportation. Here are the stories of three families where deportation brought financial ruin, mental health crises—and even death.
News January 27, 2020
New lawsuits by transgender people challenge bans on name changes for those convicted of crimes.