Migrant And Refugee Crisis
The Council on American-Islamic Relations condemned the president's Minnesota rally speech in which he targeted the state's Somali refugee population.
A new round of indictments targets poultry plant workers that Immigration and Customs Enforcement had previously released.
Pope Francis made his priorities crystal clear by unveiling a sculpture honoring refugees and migrants at St. Peter's Square.
Four of the presidential candidates sponsored a bill to admit Bahamians fleeing hurricane destruction. But the issue was never raised at the debate in Houston.
Immigrant advocates say the government is legally required to provide these services.
Court filings detail reports from teen girls who say they were given one sanitary pad a day. After that, they were forced to sit in soiled underwear and pants.
The vast majority of the cases began while migrants were detained, not beforehand.
Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Elijah Cummings said DHS is blocking staff from visiting facilities after previous inspections revealed mistreatment of migrants.
Migrant workers face a number of challenges as the industry turns to mechanization and faces fluctuating weather patterns.
"While you're at it, could you also let those kids in cages out?" the singer asked the president.
The Senate Minority Leader and other Democrats described “awful” conditions for migrants at a facility they visited at the U.S.-Mexico border.
About 70 activists prayed the rosary as they rallied at Capitol Hill to protest the government’s treatment of children at the U.S.-Mexico border.
In 2015, Democrats were about evenly split on whether the U.S. had a responsibility to take in refugees. That's no longer the case.
The "Star Trek" actor told GQ about how his experience in concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II compares to migrant detention today.
Michelle Bachelet comments on reports of children sleeping on floors, poor sanitation and inadequate health care.
More than 45 percent of the 378 patients the group treated in the Mexican border town of Nuevo Laredo this year had endured at least one episode of violence there.
“It is our fault," President Nayib Bukele said of the drowning in the Rio Grande.
An internal government review found appalling overcrowding at an El Paso holding facility in May.
Refusing to wait any longer, the captain of a humanitarian rescue ship rammed a police boat to get to the dock.