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.
The president holds out little hope that another round of talks between top aides and congressional staff will end the partial shutdown.
Because of a hostile Trump administration, even asylum seekers who establish "credible fear" could face years of detention.
"The prospects for immigration legislation, big or small, are very, very bleak," concedes the director of one immigrants' rights group in the wake of the Florida school massacre.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection plans to use its own funds to build a 3-mile segment of the wall in one of the most cherished bird-watching locales in the country.
The president’s executive orders hurl America back to 1882, when Congress passed a law barring immigration based on a specific race and national origin.
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Our 42nd president contributed a substantial share to the nation’s pattern of xenophobia.
The president-elect took to Twitter to defend his move, claiming that Mexico would reimburse the United States for the cost of construction.
With over $480 billion in total annual revenue, the U.S.' largest private employer wields immense power just in how it treats its workers at home and abroad. Their struggle for dignity and rights will continue after the last ballots are counted in November.