Trump's Cuts to Foreign Aid Could Intensify the Migration Crisis. Is That What He Wants?
Over the weekend, the president announced plans to hold back funds earmarked for El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.
Viewfinder: A New Migrant Caravan Travels to the Border
Members of a caravan of Central American migrants walk along a highway on their way toward the United States on January 20th, 2019, in Huixtla, Mexico.
Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas at Migrants Attempting to Cross the U.S. Border in Tijuana (in Photos)
A group of 150 migrants had approached the border barrier in an attempt to cross, and, after the tear gas was fired, the clash escalated.
Why Some Migrants in Tijuana Refuse to Use the New Indoor Shelter
Though the government has opened a large indoor shelter in Tijuana for members of the caravan, around 350 migrants remain in a tent village against the border.
Tear Gas on the Border Is Only the Beginning of a Standoff That Could Last Months
Legal experts and migrants' rights advocates warn that the crisis will persist as migrants continue to arrive in Tijuana and other border towns.
Americans Who Fear the Migrant Caravan Don't Meet Very Many Immigrants
New research finds that residents of the Southeast, Midwest, and Mountain Northwest are more likely to view the caravan as a threat than their counterparts in the Northeast and Southwest—where immigrants make up a larger share of the local population.
As the Migrant Caravan Moves North, Dangers Remain Close at Hand
Earlier this month, two trucks from the caravan disappeared in the state of Veracruz, Mexico.
Viewfinder: Looking Through the Border in California
Honduran caravan members look through the fence at the United States–Mexico border wall at Friendship Park in San Ysidro, California, on November 18th, 2018.