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Politics Feb 21Advocates say U.S. still separates migrant families needlessly
Months after the Trump administration announced an end to its widescale separation of migrant parents and children, the policy remains a heated issue in the courts and at the border as critics contend the government is still needlessly breaking up…
Nation Feb 04U.S. prepares to start building more border walls in Texas
Heavy equipment was expected to arrive starting Monday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said. The construction was expected on federally owned land set aside as wildlife refuge property.
Nation Jan 10Texas landowners prepare for border wall fight
The federal government has started surveying land along the border in Texas and announced plans to start construction next month.
Nation Dec 25Another Guatemalan child has died in immigration custody, officials say
The boy showed "signs of potential illness" on Monday and was taken with his father to a hospital, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said. He was diagnosed with a cold and a fever, was given prescriptions and released Monday afternoon.
Politics Dec 19What’s the status of Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border wall?
President Donald Trump and Democratic lawmakers are in a standoff over funding the government, and the main sticking point is Trump’s demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Here's a look at where things stand…
Nation Dec 11Former Baylor frat president accused of rape gets no jail time
Jacob Walter Anderson, 23, was charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year-old fellow Baylor student outside a 2016 fraternity party.
Nation Nov 27Mother whose infant died after detention files claim against U.S. for $60 million
Yazmin Juarez's lawyers said 1-year-old Mariee developed a respiratory illness while she and her mother were detained at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas. The girl died six weeks later in Philadelphia.
Politics Nov 20Judge blocks Trump administration from enforcing asylum ban
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar agreed with legal groups that immediately sued, arguing that U.S. immigration law clearly allows someone to seek asylum even if they enter the country between official ports of entry.
Nation Oct 14Immigrants face hurdles to prove abuse by U.S. agents
Within hours of being booked at a Border Patrol station in far West Texas, two teenage sisters from Guatemala came forward to allege that an agent conducted an improper strip search.
Nation Aug 03Immigrant parents fight chaotic system for their children
HOUSTON — The U.S. government's improvised system to reunite immigrant families it separated at the border has left hundreds of parents in limbo after they were deemed "ineligible" to get their children back.