There's a logical and useful discussion to have about immigration that is being opaqued by talk of a border wall.
Even some of the most outward-looking U.S. presidents presided over the erection of a deadly run of barriers separating the U.S. from Mexico.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection orders health-care revisions for every child in its custody after an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala dies.
The administration has separated dozens of families at the U.S.-Mexico border since the executive order that ended the general practice.
Even though only about 25 percent of Democrats in a poll want to fully get rid of the immigration law enforcement agency, 57 percent say they view ICE negatively.
As the Trump administration proposes to end a judge’s oversight of the Flores agreement, as it’s known, federal officials report that more than 500 immigrant children remain separated from their parents under the “zero-tolerance” policy.
“He had to wait for his [baby] son for so long, and someone just took him away,” Maria del Carmen Venegas says of her husband, Joel Arrona-Lara, who remains in custody. She had to drive herself to give birth.
The weeping toddlers, breast-deprived infants and distressed teens are just the most recent signs of the Trump administration’s war against decency, compassion and justice.
The first lady engages with children, mostly from Guatemala, in classrooms at Texas facility a day after the president eases his policy on separation of migrant families.