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By Alan Fram, Associated Press
The White House says the $4.5 billion measure would hamstring the administration's border security efforts because it lacks money for beds that would allow it to detain more migrants.
By Lisa Desjardins and Associated Press
Senate Republicans and Democrats have reached a “deal in principle” for an emergency funding bill to address the surge in migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, including the care of detained families and children.
By Andrew Selsky, Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
Undaunted by a dangerous journey over thousands of miles, people fleeing economic hardship and human rights abuses in African countries are coming to the U.S.-Mexico border in unprecedented numbers, surprising Border Patrol agents more accustomed to Spanish-speaking migrants.
In our news wrap Friday, pressure is rising in Hong Kong to scrap a bill that would allow extradition to mainland China. The proposed law has sparked mass protests and violent clashes with police, and now, several former senior officials…
By Astrid Galvan, Garance Burke, Associated Press
Immigrant advocates say baby should not have been kept in the overcrowded McAllen, Texas processing facility and should have instead been in a neonatal unit.
By Gabriela Martinez
The Trump administration has not addressed a root cause of the violence that drives the displacement of many families in Mexico and Central America: the flow of guns from the U.S. to Mexico.
By Gretchen Frazee
Sen. Lindsey Graham, who chairs the committee where Kevin McAleenan is testifying, recently introduced legislation to extend the amount of time children can be held in U.S. custody to up to 100 days.
President Trump announced Friday that he had struck a deal with Mexico both to stem the flow of immigrants from Mexico into the U.S. and to avoid levying tariffs on Mexican imports. Nick Schifrin talks to the NewsHour’s Amna Nawaz,…
By Lisa Mascaro, Luis Alonso Lugo, Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Republican lawmakers have warned they may have no choice but to take action in Congress to stop President Donald Trump from implementing tariffs on Mexican goods.
By Lisa Mascaro, Hope Yen, Associated Press
The talks aim to fend off President Donald Trump's threat of 5 percent tariffs on all imports from Mexico.
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