Child dropped over Mexico-U.S. border in footage captured by surveillance camera
A heartbreaking scene was captured of a person appearing to drop a child over the Mexico-California border.
Title 42 ends: Here's what it did, and how US immigration policy is changing
The U.S. is putting new restrictions into place at its southern border to try to stop migrants from crossing illegally and encourage them instead to apply for asylum online through a new process.
Migrants rush across Mexico border into US in final hours before Title 42 expires
Migrants are rushing across the Mexico border in hopes of entering the U.S. in the final hours before pandemic-related asylum restrictions are lifted.
House Republicans pass new asylum restrictions as Title 42 ends
House Republicans have passed a sweeping bill to build more U.S.-Mexico border wall and impose new restrictions on asylum seekers.
10,000 migrants stopped in one day ahead of Title 42 expiration
New rules will make it extremely difficult for anyone who travels through another country, like Mexico, to qualify for asylum.
US to begin denying asylum at Mexico border, open 100 migration hubs
The U.S. will begin denying asylum on Thursday to migrants who show up at the Mexico border without first seeking protection, as plans are being finalized to create new legal pathways.
Chaos at US-Mexico border will continue 'for a while,' Biden says
The U.S. has used Title 42 to expel migrants with no chance at asylum 2.8 million times since March 2020. Those restrictions end this week.
What is Title 42 and how has the US used it to curb migration?
This week marks the end of pandemic restrictions on asylum that have allowed the U.S. to quickly expel migrants at the southern border for the last three years. Here's what to know.
Migrant surge seen along US-Mexico border ahead of Title 42 end
The U.S. is preparing for the end of Title 42, a policy linked to the coronavirus pandemic that allowed it to quickly expel many migrants.
Biden sends 1,500 troops to U.S.-Mexico border for migrant surge
The Biden administration has requested 1,500 troops for the U.S.-Mexico border amid an expected migrant surge following the end of pandemic-era restrictions, according to three administration officials.
Driver's license for undocumented people; Wisconsin advocates march
Immigration advocates marched downtown to call on state leaders to once again give a pathway for driver's licenses for undocumented people on Monday, May 1.
US readies second attempt at speedy asylum screenings at Mexico border
The Biden administration is making its own attempt at speedy asylum screenings at the border, insisting it will be different than under President Donald Trump.
Tunisia coast sees 210 migrant bodies wash ashore in 2 weeks
Preliminary examinations of the bodies indicated that the migrants were from sub-Saharan Africa, according to the National Guard’s Houssemeddine Jebabli.
Co-founder of fundraising group promising to help Trump construct border wall sentenced to 4 years in prison
Brian Kolfage was sentenced Wednesday for defrauding donors to the We Build the Wall effort.
Border Patrol seizes $900K in meth disguised as candy, food
More than 100 pounds of methamphetamines were seized at the U.S.-Mexico border after authorities found the drugs disguised as candy and hidden in canned food.
Video shows abandoned migrant child drifting on Rio Grande; National Guard troop runs to rescue
In the video, a Texas National Guard soldier rushes to help a child alone on a floatation device in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Several dead, missing after boat carrying African natives capsizes in Caribbean
At least 14 people from the African nation of Cameroon were rescued from waters in the eastern Caribbean early Tuesday after their boat capsized, but three people were dead and 13 others missing.
Migrants fearing deportation start fire at Mexico detention center, killing 40, president says
Another 29 people were injured in the fire at a facility in Ciudad Juarez, which is across from El Paso, Texas, officials said.
Migrants found 'suffocating' in Texas train; 2 dead: police
Officials suggested the deaths and injuries were linked to human trafficking.
Cuban baseball player defects after team's loss to USA in World Baseball Classic
Ivan Prieto Gonzalez failed to show up to his flight back to Havana with the team on Monday.