Lo que una vez fueron bulliciosos centros de actividad son pueblos fantasmas con un número creciente de casos.
What were once bustling centers of activity are ghost towns with rising case counts.
La guerra del gobierno de Trump contra los inmigrantes ha puesto al descubierto problemas dentro de la ley de inmigración de los EE. UU. que existen desde hace mucho tiempo.
The Trump administration’s war on immigrants has exposed problems within U.S. immigration law that have existed for much longer.
The horror and human rights violations at the border continue.
The government statement comes after a shouting incident involving 150 residents.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is set to travel to the border on Nov. 14.
"We will not stand for the vile smears, the hateful attacks and the vicious assaults on the courageous men and women of ICE, border patrol and law enforcement," Donald Trump said.
According to government data, the number of families detained at the border with Mexico has remained constant over the past few months, demonstrating that the Trump administration's "zero tolerance policy" argument was not only chaotic but also ineffective.
The president's oldest daughter said she's "very vehemently against family separation" but acknowledged that the issue of immigration is a "complex" matter.
Of the 1,650 cases of LGBT immigrants that have been processed nationwide, "a third are Latinos."
This action came as a result of a court order which set midnight of July 26 as the deadline for President Donald Trump's administration to reunite 2,551 separated children between the ages of five and 17 with their families.
At Arizona's Casa Alitas, migrants receive food, a place to sleep, clean clothes and are allowed to communicate with their families. They even get help buying the bus or plane tickets needed to reach their final destination.
Una política inmoral e inhumana como la “tolerancia cero” de Donald Trump, que castiga sin piedad a las familias y tortura a los niños con una enfermiza parodia de la ley, exige indignación, exige ponerse de pie y proclamar “¡Se acabó!”
An immoral and inhumane policy like Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance,” that mercilessly punishes families and tortures children with a sick parody of law, demands unforgiving, uncompromising outrage, it demands standing up and saying, “Enough is enough!”
"We will seek friendly relations with all governments and peoples in the world," said Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
A third-generation Mexican American, Francisco Cantú decided to join the US Border Patrol to better understand the reality of the US-Mexico border. The result is a powerful book about the horrors suffered by Mexican migrants.
Youngstown again? As an avid spectator of politics, I’ve been hearing about that city in the Mahoning Valley of northeast Ohio for decades. Although it’s home to just 64,000 people, Youngstown gets more than its share of attention from politicians, media, filmmakers, and even a poetic singer/songwriter from Freehold, New Jersey.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois have introduced a new DREAM Act. Oh boy. I really wish they hadn’t done that.
Greater resistance is anticipated in the Senate, where the GOP holds just 52 of the 100 seats, and 60 votes are needed to pass the corresponding budget bill.
Immigration is a major league policy challenge. But Congress, having recently passed a pair of bills that will accomplish nothing, is stuck playing in the minors.
US President said the construction of the pipeline will increase US energy exports and that the issue will be discussed next week with his Mexican counterpart, Enrique Peña Nieto, at the G20 summit, to be held in Hamburg, Germany.
For human rights organization Amnesty International, Trump's proposed border wall - which even some members of the Border Patrol fail to see as an effective barrier - will only enrich criminal organizations involved in extorting money from immigrants on the Mexican side.
In the context of expansion of organized crime in Mexico, migrants have become easy targets, as they are more visible, easily identifiable as migrants and, in many cases, they walk on a predetermined route. At least 400 immigrants were killed on their way from Central America to the US in 2015.
On Tuesday, Tucson City Council voted unanimously to oppose President Trump’s proposed border wall and prevent the city from doing business with companies that agree to work on the wall.