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This 4-month-old baby was separated from his parents at the border. Now he is nearly 2 and still can’t speak or walk.
The child was taken from his father last year and was sent to live with a foster family in Michigan for five months while his father deported.
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.
The progressive movement to abolish the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is staking out ground in the political mainstream — and 72% of Democrats now support eliminating the agency, according to new polling.
Migrant children who were detained say they weren’t allowed to hug each other, run, cry, or use nicknames
Migrant children separated from their families have a long list of rules and aren't allowed to hug their siblings, run around, or write letters. Crying is also reportedly discouraged and they have to wake up early and clean before learning.
Michael Avenatti pushes back on the immigration attorneys who are slamming him for his ‘horrible’ border idea
Attorney Michael Avenatti finds himself at odds with some immigration attorneys and activists over what he is calling on the government to do to reunite the families and children that were separated as a result of President Donald Trump's recent "zero tolerance" policy at the southern border.
Guatemalan migrant alleges officers mockingly said ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ before they separated her from 8-year-old daughter
Mother's Day was on May 12, one day after the alleged incident.
Michael Avenatti, the attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, told Business Insider on Tuesday that the whistleblower information he provided to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Monday regarding President Donald Trump's family-separation policy at the border is just a "small fraction" of what's to come.
23andMe plans to send DNA kits to try to reunite families separated at the border — but privacy issues loom
After congressional representative Jackie Speier (D-CA) talked to 23andMe about the potential of using genetic testing to help reunite families separated at the border, CEO Anne Wojcicki tweeted they'd "offered to donate kits and resources to do the genetic testing." The company is working on it.
The federal government is apparently gearing up to seize private land in the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas to make room for portions of the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the US-Mexico border.
Trump now claims migrant children will be reunited with their families. Here are the lifelong psychological consequences these kids face.
No one is sure how to reunite more than 2,300 separated children with their parents. Researchers have identified many ways the trauma of family separation and detention can affect children.