Border Wall

President Donald Trump vetoed a congressional effort to stop him from using emergency funds to build his border wall.
The decision to stop the measure passed by Congress was released amid the fourth Democratic debate.
Climber Rick Weber has built a replica wall for a competition in Kentucky this month.
President Donald Trump reportedly suggested a series of brutal and illegal actions to prevent migrants from crossing the border.
The president, though, is likely to veto the resolution that passed with bipartisan backing.
The Australian journalist wondered if cleaning up Trump's rambling speech does the public a disservice.
Democrats could have used the short-term funding extension to pass restrictions on Trump priorities. But they decided now was not the time.
The Pentagon and other federal departments have given President Donald Trump money to construct a border wall, but all he’s done so far is reinforce and renovate current barriers at the border.
Video of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commander warning Trump against revealing sensitive information about the U.S.-Mexico border wall is going viral.
They're siding with the president even though he's raiding money for military projects in their states to build his border wall.
GOP officials are blaming Democrats after the Trump administration defunded military projects in their states.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Trump was building “a giant vanity project” instead of focusing on “the real threats of wildfires.”
President Donald Trump has pulled funding from schools and defense projects to pay for his border wall.
Brian Kilmeade made a shock admission about a key Trump campaign promise.
Who could have seen this coming when the president chose to divert defense money to build his border wall?
The groups targeted in the bureau's investigation are largely involved in nonviolent civil disobedience.
About 127 military construction projects within the U.S. and abroad will be affected by this diversion of funds to build Trump's wall along the Mexico border.
The president has told aides troubled by his orders not to "worry" about flouting any laws, The Washington Post reported.
The Trump administration has taken multiple steps to try to prevent migrants, including those seeking safety, from coming to the U.S. from Central America.