Homeland Security Uses Foreign Databases to Accuse Immigrants of Gang Involvement
The information is being provided through a new "fusion" intelligence-gathering center in El Salvador that is funded by the Department of State.
Alleged War Criminals May Be Granted Amnesty by El Salvador's Parliament
The move proposed by conservatives in El Salvador's parliament has outraged the families of victims and leaders in the Roman Catholic Church.
A New Tradition: Inside An All-Female Coffee Growers' Cooperative in Honduras
The group is utilizing sustainable agroforestry techniques to revitalize their region and tackle food insecurity.
Is Trump Solving the Immigration Court Backlog or Is He Funding It?
The White House appears to be at odds with experts over who is to blame for a sluggish immigration court system.
DHS Ends 200,000 Salvadorans' Protected Resident Status
Immigrant advocates worry that terminating Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status will break up families.
The Trump Administration Is Close to Deporting Hundreds of Thousands of Salvadorans
The administration is set to rule on whether to extend temporary residency protections for Salvadorans.
Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life
Journalist Lauren Markham's new book tells the story of twin teenage brothers who migrate from gang-ridden El Salvador to Oakland, California.
Viewfinder: Marching for Abortion Rights in El Salvador
Salvadoran women march at a protest calling for the decriminalization of abortion in San Salvador on September 28th, 2017.