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Trump administration cancels legal aid and English classes for unaccompanied minors in further crackdown on migration
The Trump administration is curbing services for unaccompanied minors, citing budget concerns after a surge in border crossings.
A US-Mexico border shutdown threatens more than just avocados — here are all the foods that could disappear from store shelves
Produce that would be hit hardest by a border shutdown includes bell peppers, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, mangoes, and avocados.
Janet Napolitano on working for Anita Hill, the misery of airport security, and why she just wants ‘the best candidate’ on the 2020 Democr...
The former Homeland Security secretary tells INSIDER about her biggest regrets and why climate change and cybersecurity are her biggest concerns.
Trump says Calexico desperately needs a border wall but its residents say that would only hurt the town
Residents of Calexico, California, say a wall would only hurt their town's relationship with the neighboring Mexican town of Mexicali.
Trump offered Democrats a limited immigration ‘compromise’ to end the shutdown. Democrats say it’s a ‘hostage taking.’
President Donald Trump is expected to offer Democrats protections for DACA recipients and other undocumented immigrants in exchange for border wall funds.
Man behind ‘Build the Wall’ GoFundMe has reportedly made a potentially lucrative contact list thanks to a shadowy email-harvesting operati...
Brian Kolfage, the man who started a GoFundMe to raise money for the border wall, has reportedly been running a shadowy email-harvesting operation.
At least nine Congressmembers visited the New Mexico Border Patrol facility where a young immigrant boy died last month.
Trump administration reportedly authorizes US troops to use lethal force at the border as migrant caravan approaches
The White House has reportedly sent a memo to the Pentagon authorizing troops at the border to defend Customs and Border Protection officials from violence.
Troops at the border will start heading home in the upcoming weeks with an expected end date of December 15, 2018.
A judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop giving detained migrant children mind-altering drugs. Here’s what they do.
A federal judge found US government officials in violation of child welfare laws for putting detained migrant children on mind-altering drugs without a guardian's consent. The drugs are used to treat mood disorders, but can cause symptoms of those disorders as well, such as anxiety.