The government is aiming to reunite about 64 percent of the 2,551 separated minors older than 5 by Thursday, a goal it said it would meet. But the administration, when saying this, is focusing only on those “eligible” for reunification.
By Joshua Barajas
The Trump administration has until July 26 to reunite the roughly 2,500 children between 5 and 17 who were separated from their parents at the border. Here's how the government says it will achieve that.
By Christina Jewett, Shefali Luthra, Kaiser Health News
The number of infants under age 1 involved has been rising — up threefold from 24 infants in the fiscal year that ended last Sept. 30, and 46 infants the year before.
By Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
A federal judge on Monday ordered a temporary halt to any deportations of immigrant families who were reunited after being separated by the Trump administration at the border.
Listen to 3-year-old Sofi call her mother, after she was separated from her family more than three weeks ago while seeking legal asylum at the U.S. border.
By Associated Press
A statement from Enrique Peña Nieto's office says he's calling for "a permanent alternative that prioritizes the well-being and rights of minors."…
The Trump administration says it has completed the reunification of 57 children, under the age of 5, who were separated from their parents after entering the United States. But dozens in that same age group remain in government care, while…
By Joshua Barajas, Amna Nawaz
There are 46 children ineligible for reunification, federal officials said Thursday. Here's what we know about them and what happens next.
By Brian Melley, Associated Press
On Monday, Judge Dolly Gee rejected the Trump administration's efforts to detain immigrant families in long-term facilities, calling it a "cynical attempt" to undo a longstanding court settlement. The U.S. Justice Department said it disagreed with the ruling and was…
By Elliot Spagat, Mike Householder, Associated Press
The Justice Department said more than 50 children under age 5 could be back in the arms of their parents by the deadline at the end of the day.
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