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By Amna Nawaz, Adam Raney, Patty Gorena Morales, Julia Galiano-Rios
In Honduras, special correspondent Marcia Biggs heads to ground zero of the Central American migrant crisis to see why people are being forced to flee. Her second report in a four-part series begins in a dangerous neighborhood in San Pedro…
By Marcia Biggs, Julia Galiano-Rios
On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 24, a standoff on Venezuela’s border blocks humanitarian aid, scientists rate Hollywood’s portrayal of climate change on Oscar day, and newly-digitized materials from Louis Armstrong's archives are helping to carry his legacy to new…
By PBS NewsHour
On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote on a resolution to stop President Trump’s national emergency declaration to fund construction of walls and barriers on the border with Mexico. But what is actually happening at the border?…
Mexico’s incoming government denied a report Saturday that it plans to allow asylum-seekers to wait in the country while their claims move through U.S. immigration courts, one of several options the Trump administration has been pursuing in negotiations for months.
By Amy Guthrie, Associated Press
A week before the midterms, President Trump is trying to keep immigration issues front and center. He said he intends to eliminate the “birthright” rule, which grants citizenship to babies born on U.S. soil, whether or not their parents are…
On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 27, 11 people killed in a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and tracing the life of pipe bomb suspect, Cesar Sayoc. Later, migrants who declined to stay in Mexico continue on a…
Thousands of migrants from Central America are expected to reach the U.S. - Mexico border in coming weeks, after declining an offer by Mexico to stay. The Trump administration, which has already stationed thousands of troops and guardsmen there, aims…
By Christopher Sherman, Associated Press
Hundreds of Mexican federal officers carrying plastic shields blocked a Central American caravan from advancing toward the United States on Saturday.
By Sonia Pérez D., Mark Stevenson, Associated Press
A U.S.-bound caravan that once totaled more than 3,000 Central American migrants looked to be about a third that size Saturday morning, when its remaining members woke up on a bridge that divides the borders of Guatemala and Mexico and…
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