U.S. border

The White House is considering using provisions of federal immigration law to unilaterally enact a sweeping crackdown at the southern border.
The measure mirrors an attempt by the Trump administration that never took effect because it was blocked in court.
It’s unclear when the Supreme Court’s definitive decision on Title 42 will come.
The South Dakota governor and 2024 presidential hopeful says the troops are necessary to protect the southern border from migrants trying to enter the country.
More than 7,400 Venezuelans were encountered by Border Patrol agents along the U.S.-Mexico border last month — more than all 14 years for which records exist.
The reunion between Glenda Valdez and 9-year-old Emely only because Glenda saw a photo of her daughter in a story on young people crossing the Mexican border.alone.
The order came after a top doctor refused to comply with a Trump administration directive.
“No. Just no ... and I’m not sorry.”
A cross-border pact that went into effect in March is set to expire on May 21.
Thousands of Central American migrants are using the city as a temporary home base until they attempt to apply for asylum in the U.S.