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‘They told me that I was going to die’: The US says El Salvador is safe for migrants, but transgender women living there fear for their li...
A transgender woman living in El Salvador says MS-13 killed her friends and went after her next. She's been waiting for the US to grant her asylum.
A 4-month-old baby was separated from his parents at the border last year and still can’t walk or speak. Experts say he could grow up with traum...
Constantin Mutu was 4 months old when he was separated from his father, and 9 months old when he was finally reunited.
Beto O’Rourke said voters must ‘reclaim’ America from Trump in a fiery speech at Florida facility where migrant children are being d...
"Donald Trump has done this but it is up to us to change who's in the White House going forward," O'Rourke said in a speech at a detention facility.
Trump’s new immigration bill is ‘dead on arrival’ — but its real value could be shoring up his immigration strategy for 2...
Trump administration officials reportedly hope the immigration proposal would make clear to 2020 voters what the Republican party is "for."
The number of people apprehended crossing the US-Mexico border in April topped 100,000 for the second month in a row, the highest point since 2007.
The US government has set up two new "tent city" encampments to house migrants while they're processed by Border Patrol.
Stephen Miller, the Trump aide behind the harshest immigration policies, is a descendant of asylum-seekers
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller has long been one of the driving forces behind President Donald Trump's harshest immigration policies.
His remarks came amid a surge of asylum-seekers that has overwhelmed border agents and fueled Trump's cries of an "emergency" at the southern border.
Closing the border would put the US economy at a ‘standstill’ and actually worsen illegal border crossings. Here’s how it would affe...
Experts say it's not just a matter of trade — closing the border would set off an avalanche of other logistical, legal, and economic problems.
4 reasons the number of families crossing the US-Mexico border illegally is soaring, and how Trump may have made the problem worse
Despite President Donald Trump's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration and the asylum system, the most families on record are crossing.