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 Kristina Robertson
There are no great solutions or perfect strategies to eliminate the anxiety for immigrant children, but everyone can remember a teacher who made a difference in their lives.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
President Donald Trump escalated his immigration rhetoric at a midterm rally in Texas on Monday, falsely accusing Democrats of "encouraging millions of illegal aliens to break our laws, violate our borders and overwhelm our nation."…
By Larisa Epatko, Joshua Barajas
As of Monday, the United Nations said the caravan heading north has grown to about 7,200 Central American migrants. Here is what we know.
By Jessica Villagomez
States that share a border with Mexico see a steady stream of migrants who enter the country through the desert. In some cases, the remains of people who die during the trip are never identified.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Here's a closer look at some of President Donald Trump's words over the past week.
Around 3,000 Hondurans are currently traveling through Guatemala on their way to the U.S. President Trump has threatened to close the U.S.-Mexico border if the caravan isn't stopped. But migrants say they fear not just deportation, but threats from violent…
By Catherine Rampell
The Trump administration has proposed reinterpreting a piece of immigration law intended to screen whether legal immigrants are likely to be self-supporting or end up consuming public benefits. Known as the “public charge” rule, it’s sowing concern even among green…
A few months after the Trump administration was forced to end the infamous “zero tolerance” policy that led to thousands of child migrants being separated from their parents, the Department of Homeland Security is considering a new policy that would…
By Amna Nawaz, Joshua Barajas
More than 60 migrant children remain in U.S. custody after being separated from their parents under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, according to the latest update from the government.
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