Marches in support of and against the migrant caravan faced off in Tijuana on Sunday, underscoring the increasingly polarized debate over immigration in the border city — and the country.

Karla Zabludovsky • One hour ago

Anti-immigrant sentiment is spreading through social media and spilling onto the streets of Tijuana as the caravan makes its final approach to the border.

Karla Zabludovsky • 3 days ago

Though Trump has hit pause on his tweets about the Honduran migrants, they’re still determined to head north — and his administration is still determined to stop them.

Karla Zabludovsky • 9 days ago

Local authorities and NGOs planned to receive an estimated 5,000 ill and exhausted migrants just a day before the midterm elections in the US, where they’ve been a major topic.

Karla Zabludovsky • 13 days ago

The move would be a sweeping change by the Trump administration to restrict immigration as a caravan of migrants from Central America marches toward the US.

Hamed Aleaziz • 23 days ago

Locals are stepping up to help as the Mexican government is nowhere to be found, despite its claims that it’s providing humanitarian aid to the thousands of migrants.

Karla Zabludovsky • 26 days ago

The president’s claim that the caravan had been infiltrated was news to the Honduran migrants traveling north.

Karla Zabludovsky • 27 days ago

A dozen buses of Mexican riot police waited along the highway but took no action to stop the caravan.

Karla Zabludovsky • 28 days ago

Some members of the caravan took rafts across the muddy river that divides Guatemala and Mexico, but most insisted Saturday on waiting for permission to cross legally.

Karla Zabludovsky • 29 days ago

Thousands of Hondurans are left wondering what to do next after a confrontation with the Mexican authorities went south.

Karla Zabludovsky • One month ago

More than 2 million people have fled Venezuela since 2014. In one hospital in Colombia, that’s led to more Venezuelans giving birth than Colombians, reflecting a region struggling to cope.

Karla Zabludovsky • One month ago

With vague proposals and constant backtracking on half-baked ideas, victims are skeptical that much will change under Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Karla Zabludovsky • 2 months ago

In the video, the lawmaker appears disoriented and his boxers are stained with feces. Rights groups say he looks drugged and could have been tortured.

Karla Zabludovsky • 3 months ago

The similarities between Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Trump are few and far between — and don't bring out either of their best sides. How will they find a way to get along?

Karla Zabludovsky • 4 months ago

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the frontrunner for weeks, led his nearest opponent by nearly 20 points in the preliminary vote count.

Karla Zabludovsky • 4 months ago

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the frontrunner ahead of Sunday's election, says corruption will be a thing of the past as soon as he's president. Experts aren't convinced.

Karla Zabludovsky • 4 months ago

"I felt like a prisoner,” one teen recently deported back to Mexico said of his time inside one of the detention centers at the center of the latest Trump administration crisis.

Karla Zabludovsky • 5 months ago

“If they take my son from me, I would die,” one woman, who was seeking asylum when she was turned away from the border, told BuzzFeed News.

Karla Zabludovsky • 5 months ago

“We’re talking about violations of all human rights guarantees,” said a spokesperson for one of the candidates.

Karla Zabludovsky • 5 months ago

A politician killed on a public bus. A candidate murdered while taking a selfie. This campaign season may be the deadliest ever.

Karla Zabludovsky • 5 months ago