They Wanted Everyone To Hear About The Migrants Coming To The US. Then Everyone Did.
Never before had the organizers of a group of Central Americans seeking asylum in the United States faced such opposition from a president of the United States. It was a lesson in the consequences, in the age of Trump, of getting the attention you thought you wanted.
So Many Father-Led Families Are Crossing The US Border That Immigration Agents Don’t Have Room To Hold Them
Activists say the jump in dads and kids is a result of a US crackdown on moms crossing the border with children. “We see as many fathers with children as pregnant women or moms with kids. It used to be so rare,” said one immigrant service provider.
Hurricane Nate Downgraded To Tropical Depression After Making Second US Landfall
The storm has weakened considerably as it heads north. Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama have been declared states of emergency because of the storm, which is responsible for the deaths of at least 21 people in Central America.
These People Living Legally In The US Since 2001 Could Be Forced Out Under Trump
Around 300,000 people — largely Salvadorans and Hondurans — are worried that Donald Trump will not extend their Temporary Protected Status, which has let them live legally in the US for almost two decades because it's unsafe to return to their former homes.
Mexico’s Immigration Program Has A Human Rights Problem
Two years after the US put pressure on Mexico to stem the flow of Central American migrants north, more than 300,000 people have been detained, keeping them from traveling further. But at what cost? Karla Zabludovsky reports from Saltillo, Mexico.