Protesters have taken to the semiautonomous Chinese territory’s streets for more than two months.
Demonstrations began early last month in opposition to an extradition bill that has since been suspended, but the movement has become a push for full democracy.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner will replace Kirstjen Nielsen as Department of Homeland Security secretary.
Troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro blocked convoys carrying humanitarian aid at the border and fired tear gas on protesters.
President Nicolas Maduro closed the border to stop the opposition bringing U.S. humanitarian aid into Venezuela.
The United Methodist Building sign took aim at federal agents' use of tear gas to drive back migrants near the U.S.-Mexico border this week.
Tear gas provides a smokescreen for governments suppressing popular movements, from civilians protesting police brutality to refugees seeking asylum.
The segment is reportedly a "must run" for Sinclair, the largest U.S. owner of local TV stations by number of outlets.
He said the tear gas was "very safe" as he slammed the migrants as violent criminals.
"We suspend our humanity when it comes to this issue, and I fear that it is because they look different than the mainstream.”
“It’s standard law enforcement issue," Kevin McAleenan told CNN's Chris Cuomo.
Rihanna, Mark Hamill, Alyssa Milano, John Cusack, Kathy Griffin and Nancy Sinatra are among those taking aim at Trump.
Progressive Christians point out that Jesus said his followers should welcome the stranger.
Medical experts say tear gas can cause serious physical and psychological harm in children.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said that 69 migrants who tried to cross the border illegally were arrested on the California side.
Twitter users remarked that the CNN host invoked the Nuremberg defense when talking about the immigrants who were tear-gassed.
Customs and Border Patrol agents fired tear gas at a group of migrants approaching the border on Sunday, including children.
Mothers carried sobbing children away from tear gas fired by U.S. officers at the Mexican border.
Gaza officials said at least 400 people were wounded by gunfire, while others were struck by rubber bullets or tear gas.