‘Send Help’: Inside CBP’s Multi-Year Staffing Struggle
January 7, 2020 // by Zoe Todd, Jodi Wei
Exclusive: A Child Held at Border Patrol’s Troubled Clint Facility Shares Her Story
January 6, 2020 // by Patrice Taddonio
With Renewed Attention on the Border, These 8 Documentaries Illuminate U.S. Immigration Policies Involving Kids
These collected FRONTLINE documentaries chronicle the past decade of immigration policy in America and its varied impacts, offering context for the present moment.
March 31, 2021
These 16 FRONTLINE documentaries offer context on some of the biggest challenges the new administration faces.
January 19, 2021
For years, more Border Patrol agents have left their jobs than Customs and Border Protection (CBP), its parent agency, was able to replace. The agency only recently turned the corner, following pressure by the administration to hire thousands more people.
January 7, 2020
Wesley Farris, a high-ranking officer with El Paso’s Border Patrol Union, describes what it was like to separate migrant children from their parents in a FRONTLINE documentary: “You can’t help but see your own kids.”
January 7, 2020
Nine-year-old Dariana says there were no adults taking care of her — only cameras — and that she was only allowed outside for about 15 minutes a day.
January 6, 2020
The mayor of the grieving city of El Paso told President Donald Trump in a private meeting that he’s presenting “misinformation” about crime in his city, and he pushed back when the president used a derogatory term to suggest he wasn’t a real Republican.
August 14, 2019