Officials In U.S. And Mexico Announce New, Tougher Travel Restrictions Along BorderAs expected, the United States and Mexico announced Friday that travel would be sharply restricted along their shared border as part of efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Dead Man Believed To Have Committed Suicide At ICE Detention Center In TexasSpokespeople with a legal group say a man died by apparent suicide at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement family detention center in Texas.
Trump Administration Considers Sending All Who Cross Border Illegally To MexicoThe Trump administration is considering a plan to turn back all people who cross the border illegally from Mexico.
Pregnant Teen Dies Near Texas Trying To Climb US Border WallAuthorities say a 19-year-old pregnant woman from Guatemala died this week from injuries suffered when she fell trying to climb the U.S. border wall near El Paso, Texas.
Texas Border Crossing 1 Of 2 In U.S. Where Government Is Sending Military PoliceA federal appeals court blocked a policy to send migrants to wait in Mexico for their U.S. court dates, now 160 military police and engineers are being sent to two official border crossings.
Harris County To Set Up Program To Provide Legal Services For ImmigrantsTexas’ most populous county and one of the most diverse in the U.S. on Tuesday approved a plan to create and fund a program that will offer legal services for immigrants, including many who are fighting deportation.
Greyhound Putting A Stop To Immigration Checks On BusesDallas-based Greyhound says it will stop allowing Border Patrol agents without a warrant to board its buses to conduct immigration checks.
She Was Imprisoned For Voter Fraud In Texas, Now Rosa Ortega Is On Parole And Facing DeportationA North Texas woman said she thought her green card gave her the right to vote -- she was wrong. Rosa Ortega has been released from prison, but now faces deportation.
2 Texas Border Wall Projects Accelerated After Homeland Security Waives Contracting LawsSaying the move would accelerate construction of the wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, the Trump administration is set to waive federal contracting laws.
Appeals Court: Immigrant Child With Head Injury Will Not Be Deported From TexasA federal ruling means a 5-year-old immigrant child, who injured his head before ICE agents arrested his family, can stay in the U.S. -- for now.
Lawyers: ICE Arrests Trans Migrant Woman Month After ReleaseLawyers for a transgender woman from El Salvador who won her release from immigration detention say she was arrested.
Judge Halts Trump Order On Refugee Resettlement After Gov. Abbott Was 1st To Sign OnA judge has agreed to block the Trump administration from enforcing an executive order allowing state and local governments to reject the resettlement of refugees.
With The Focus Turned To Mexicans, US Border Arrests Drop AgainFor the seventh straight month, the number of people arrested or stopped entering the United States on the Mexico border fell in December.
Construction Of Border Wall To Continue After Court Ruling Frees Up MoneyConstruction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall will move forward after a federal appeals court ruling that frees up construction money, the White House said.
Dallas Becomes First Texas City To Earn 'Certified Welcoming Status' Regarding ImmigrantsWelcoming America, a nonpartisan, national nonprofit organization, evaluated local efforts to establish an inclusive community.