Judge Extends Order Preventing Teen Found In Texas From Being Deported Due To Coronavirus PolicyA federal judge on Wednesday extended an order preventing the Trump administration from deporting a 16-year-old boy from Honduras under its emergency border declaration citing the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Allen, Texas Woman 'Stuck In Honduras Desperate To Get Out, Terrified'Currently under 24/7 lockdown enforced by police and military, Schwab said she's desperate but the U.S. Embassy "won't help," her.
Tally Of Children Split At Border Tops 5,400 In New CountU.S. immigration authorities separated more than 1,500 children from their parents at the Mexico border early in the Trump administration, the American Civil Liberties Union said.
Previously Deported Dallas Sex Offender Arrested By Border Patrol Agents In ArizonaHenrry Zelaya-Flores was convicted of Indecency with a Child in 2016 in Dallas County and received a two-year sentence.
Fort Worth Company Awarded $26M Government Contract To Supply Border Security TechnologyA North Texas defense electronics company will continue to protect America's border with funds from a $26 million contract from the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Social Networks Are Key For Central American Migrants Forming CaravansIn this digital age, would-be Central American migrants create chat groups and organize using social media to leave in caravans.
Some U.S. Troops To Leave Border This Week; About 3K To RemainOfficials say active duty troops will begin leaving the southern U.S border this week and the number of forces there will go down to at least 3,000 by the holidays.
Supplies Low For Shelters Helping Migrants As Holidays NearNonprofit groups and churches — especially along the U.S.-Mexico border — are racing to get donated clothes, diapers, cots and meals for migrants as the holidays approach.
Migrants Enveloped In Tear Gas After Heading Toward USMigrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.
Migrants Fill Tijuana Shelters, More On Way To U.S. BorderThe first members of a caravan of Central Americans to reach the U.S. border slept in overcrowded shelters and in tents with a view of armed U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Splintered Migrant Caravan Groups Arrive At U.S. BorderThe first sizable groups of mostly Central American migrants traveling in a caravan through Mexico have begun arriving at the U.S. border.
Migrant Caravan Moves To Western Mexico City Of GuadalajaraSeveral thousand Central American migrants heading for the U.S. border arrived in the Mexican city of Guadalajara Monday, marking a month since their trek began.
Hundreds Of Migrants Leave Mexico City Headed For BorderAbout 500 Central American migrants headed out of Mexico City on Friday to embark on the longest and most dangerous leg of their journey to the U.S. border.
Along Border, A Growing Opposition To Military DeploymentSome residents in the Southwest are speaking out against President Trump's deployment of military troops to the border to intercept a slow-moving caravan of migrants.
Migrants In Caravan Shrug Over U.S. Vote, Eye Change At HomeMigrants in a caravan were more concerned with the dangers in Mexico as they struggled to reach the border, than with the U.S. elections.