At least 8,800 unaccompanied children have been expelled since March.
From the Muslim ban to the family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border, President Donald Trump’s harsh immigration policies have made it harder and more expensive to immigrate or seek asylum in America.
The "Last Week Tonight" host said the president found yet another way to disappoint.
Buying a home is still a good way to build wealth in the U.S., but harder to achieve for immigrants. Here's why.
Separating migrant children from their parents. Using the presidency to line his pockets. Encouraging conspiracy theories.
Journalist Jacob Soboroff strongly disputes the claim Trump made during the debate that migrant children are "well taken care of."
Lawyers say they can’t locate the parents of at least 545 migrant children. Trump said the facilities they were in are "so clean."
Lawyers say they can't locate the parents of at least 545 migrant children after they were separated under the president's "zero-tolerance" border policy.
An inspector general investigation’s draft report says Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein and other top former Department of Justice officials were instrumental in separating migrant families at the border.
Even if Trump loses the election in November, it won't be easy to rebuild the programs and sift through backlogs caused by his administration.