In this Aug. 31, 2015, photo, an unidentified Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE deportation officer reviews forms required to issue a detainer asking local law enforcement to hold someone until ICE agents can pick the person up, at the the Pacific Enforcement Response Center in Laguna Niguel, Calif. The center is where ICE issues detainers for immigrants arrested by local law enforcement who are suspected of being in the country illegally. (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)

Immigration detainers often issued by California center

Immigration authorities had begun issuing detainers based on electronic data after getting access to fingerprints from jail bookings under enhanced law enforcement information-sharing after the 2001 terrorist attacks.

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FAMU settles with family of drum major who died after hazing

Florida A&M University agreed to name the marching band’s anti-hazing program after Robert Champion as well as place a memorial plaque dedicated to Champion in the school’s band room under the terms of the agreement reached with Champion’s parents

Christiansburg High School student Sam Sheppard, left, displays a Confederate flag while fellow student Andrew Love displays another flag in a shopping center parking lot after being suspended from school in Christiansburg, Va., Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. Roughly 20 students at the Virginia high school received a one-day suspension for wearing clothing displaying the Confederate flag. A rally was also organized outside the school Thursday to protest a new school policy banning vehicles with Confederate symbols from its parking lot. (Matt Gentry /The Roanoke Times via AP)

Protests continue over Confederate flag ban at high school

Protests continued Friday over a western Virginia high school’s ban on Confederate flags displayed on clothing and cars, but no more students were suspended for the violating the policy and one student said he’s considering legal action.

This undated image provided by Olive Garden shows the individual and family versions of Olive Garden's "Never Ending Pasta Pass." Olive Garden is bringing back its “Pasta Pass” that lets people gorge on as much pasta as they want for seven weeks. And friends and family are welcome to pig out too this year. (Olive Garden via AP)

Olive Garden brings back ‘Pasta Pass’

The return of the promotional stunt comes after the passes sold out in 45 minutes last year and generated considerable publicity for Olive Garden, which is trying to modernize its image.