PBS NewsHour visited a soup kitchen for recently deported migrants in Mexico that’s a stone’s throw from the Mariposa port of entry in Nogales, Arizona. There, he met a husband and father who, days earlier, tried to cross the border…
By Joshua Barajas
Handprints are left on the iron posts when people try and scale the border wall to get into the U.S.
By News Desk, William Brangham
Donald Trump’s talk of building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico has been one of the most-repeated tropes of his campaign. Currently, there stands a 652-mile-long wall running across the almost 2,000 mile border. It stretches not just along…
By PBS NewsHour
NOGALES, Ariz. — Donald Trump's ambitious plan to build a giant wall on the border hits close to home for people like Berenice Andrews.
By Astrid Galvan and Brian Skoloff, Associated Press
By Jude Joffe-Block, Fronteras
The federal government is scrambling to house a surge of Central American migrant children traveling alone across the border. These children are supposed to be held in Department of Homeland Security custody fewer than 72 hours before they’re transferred to…
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