Hundreds of family asylum seekers were released in Arizona this week without shelter, overwhelming churches and non-profits as communities scrambled to accommodate them.
The administration's mass deportations and refusal to take in escapees from disaster may be fueling organized crime in Tijuana and other border towns.
Advocates respond to the Washington Post's reports that Hispanic people with American birth certificates were being treated as non-citizens.
In a potentially landmark decision, a circuit court judge ruled that the Fourth Amendment should protect Elena Rodriguez, who was a Mexican national killed on Mexican soil.
The president continues to mold his anti-immigrant rhetoric into the most restrictive American border policy to date. Experts and advocates worry this double-down on deterrence will make 2018 an especially deadly year for migrants in search of refuge.
A progress reports shows that hundreds of migrant parents whose children remain in United States shelters may have been deported.
Mexican president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador tells Trump there will be "many changes."
The Texas-based legal non-profit will offer the Trump administration $20 million to cover the bail bonds of detained migrant mothers separated from their children at the border.
The Trump administration is preparing to warehouse immigrant children on military bases after they have been separated from their parents while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Over 12 million gallons of untreated wastewater has flowed into California from Mexico since 2015.
On how politics and fear, rather than the day-to-day risks and realities of life at the U.S.-Mexico border, have historically shaped border policies.
Activists pray at the wall between Mexico and the United States in Baja California, Mexico, during a protest against the possibility of deportation of those included in the DACA program on September 4th, 2017.
The impact of social media and the press on the drug war, and vice versa.
If fixing the U.S.-Mexico border is the hold-up on comprehensive immigration reform, then there is no hold-up.
UC Berkeley sociologist Alexander Janus says social desirability pressures cause some liberals to lie about their true opinion on immigration — even when asked in an anonymous poll.