The latest caravan began Monday night with many women and children boarding buses bound for the Guatemalan border.
The process leaves migrants with a lot of uncertainty and little legal protection.
Authorities in the violence-gripped Mexican border city are investigating the brutal slayings.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said that 69 migrants who tried to cross the border illegally were arrested on the California side.
The violence committed at the border in our name is a choice. Lucky for us, there is an alternative.
Over 5,000 members of a migrant caravan on its way to the U.S. have been camped in Tijuana, Mexico, in recent weeks.
The one-year decrease of more than 300,000 is the largest in a decade.
Dozens more remain just outside the entrance to the port of entry in a makeshift camp, waiting to plead their case.
Many aimed to seek asylum, defying Trump's call to keep them out.
In the hardware store, I asked for their tallest ladder. They had a 32 foot tall one. Which is 2 feet taller than the proposed
Border Patrol agents uncovered the hidden tunnel while arresting the recently smuggled suspects.
What the future could be with a frictionless border.
Alejandra Rivera, Universidad Autonoma de la Ciudad de Mexico On February 21 2017, a man committed suicide in Mexico. The
Ariadna Estévez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) A United States federal court has blocked President Donald
Knowing that the dominant industries of California are technology and innovation, we need to use the Tijuana Connection to
The entire platform would be supported some 20 to 25 feet off the waves on columns he calls spars, giant versions of the
Every year, the United States deports an unknown number of veterans. We don't know exactly how many because that the Department of Homeland Security doesn't record the veteran status of deportees; however, advocates including the ACLU estimate the number to be in the thousands.