The partial government shutdown persists through a 12th day over the president's $5.6 billion demand to build a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Amnesty International's Justin Mazzola says the Trump administration is not only "endangering families" but "defying international law."
The meeting is set for the day before the Democrats take over the House and introduce bills to reopen the government without wall funding.
The 8-year-old boy was treated for symptoms of a cold hours before he collapsed and died, border authorities say.
Kirstjen Nielsen defended the administration's practice of separating children from parents, but the president is said to have soured on her.
They put their charges at risk of abuse, and could expose citizens to disease, the Department of Homeland Security's internal watchdog says.
Immigrants who receive Medicaid benefits, food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance are at risk under a newly published proposal.
As Florence barrels toward the Carolinas, Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley releases documents revealing the Trump administration's transfer of funds.
A new rule by the Department of Homeland Security flouts 20 years of precedent mandating a limit of 20 days’ detention.
The Department of Homeland Security says it is ending an agreement that requires the government to release immigrant children after 20 days in detention.