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The White House will allow military troops to engage in law enforcement activities and use lethal force at the southwest border. [Read More]
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The White House will allow military troops to use lethal force at the U.S.-Mexico border. More than 5,000 were deployed to meet a migrant caravan. [Read More]
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A federal judge blocked new rules implemented by President Donald Trump to limit asylum applications, opening the door for more members of the migrant caravan... [Read More]
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Two court hearings Monday could have dramatic effects on how migrants can apply for asylum and the Trump administration's power to block them. [Read More]
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About 100,000 people, including 40,000 vehicles, legally enter through the border crossing between San Diego and Tijuana. [Read More]
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Two court hearings Monday could have dramatic effects on how migrants can apply for asylum and the Trump administration's power to block them. [Read More]
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The Trump administration sent military troops to the border to stop a migrant caravan, but says it cannot speed up processing of legal asylum-seekers. [Read More]
The Trump administration proposes new rules that could keep immigrants from receiving a host of government welfare benefits. [Read More]
The Trump administration is proposing new rules, in effect, to deny green cards to future immigrants who receive a host of government welfare benefits. [Read More]
Four counts of murder against a Border Patrol agent in Texas have led members of Congress to question the agency's ability to screen job applicants.... [Read More]
Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is drawing worldwide condemnation for feasting on a steak," while his country's collapse has left people starving. [Read More]
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is drawing worldwide condemnation for feasting on a steak," while his country's collapse has left people starving. [Read More]
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is drawing worldwide condemnation for feasting on a steak," while his country's collapse has left people starving.        ... [Read More]
Four counts of murder against a Border Patrol agent in Texas have led members of Congress to question the agency's ability to screen job applicants. [Read More]
Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
Next year's cap on refugees is down from 45,000 set last year, which was already the lowest since Congress passed the Refugee Act in 1980. [Read More]
CPB Chief Kevin McAleenan tells USA Today he will go to Texas to learn ways to improve conditions for the growing number of kids crossing... [Read More]
Lawyers complained that migrant parents could not make proper asylum claims because they were traumatized after being separated from their kids. [Read More]
Of the 416 migrant children still in custody, 304 have not been reunited with their families because their parents already had been deported.       ... [Read More]
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