President Joe Biden has come under criticism from progressives for keeping asylum off-limits to many.
The secretary of state said the border is "not open," but the U.S. won't reject migrant children. "It’s the right thing to do," he told "60 Minutes."
President Joe Biden is struggling to deal with a surge of migrants on the southern U.S. border, as seen in photos showing crowded Border Patrol tents that are not designed for long-term custody.
President Joe Biden is committed to implementing a more humane system than his predecessor. But the logistics have proven daunting.
Amid a surge of migrants on the southern U.S. border, Democrats are lost on where to go next.
"Biden has sworn to undo the previous administration’s damage to the nation’s immigration system. ... Meanwhile, for those waiting in refugee camps, nothing has changed."
During a series of secretly taped conversations, the first lady could be heard railing against critics of her husband’s immigration policies.
An estimated half a million migrants have walked to their villages from India's big cities since India's 21-day lockdown began. The journey has been fatal for some.
The Homestead, Florida, facility had been criticized for its "prison-like conditions."
Nebane Abienwi, 37, from Cameroon had a "hypertensive event," U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.