The president may never build his “great, great wall,” but that doesn’t mean he isn’t working to wall Americans in.
The Defense Department is reviewing a number of military bases to find a location that can house thousands unaccompanied migrant children as the U.S. braces for a surge of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border this spring.
The president is reviving the recent fight by seeking $8.6 billion for a U.S-Mexico wall while proposing steep cuts to other domestic programs.
Funding the agencies that detain, abuse, deport and sometimes kill migrants needs to be every bit as toxic as funding the border wall.
The Department of Homeland Security has a list of people connected to the asylum seekers of the migrant caravan.
According to the president, the U.S. needs a protective wall to prevent sex traffickers from driving bound women into the country.
We have two intractable issues, one intractable president and an intractable world, but what if that weren’t so?
Twenty-nine parents deported under Donald Trump's immigration policy have taken a crucial step toward seeing their children again.
Often hesitant to talk about himself, the Vermont senator shares his personal upbringing while articulating bold, progressive ideas.