Crews still hard at work on Trump’s border wall, despite stay-home orders and pandemic

Construction continues on 197 miles of wall the president says will keep out drugs, migrants and disease. ‘We’ve been told to show up every day, nonstop,’ says one worker. A construction worker (left) helps move a section of reinforcing grid … Read More

How coronavirus has halted Central American migration to the US

Border closures and strict lockdowns have led to a steep decline in the number of migrants coming from Central America. Migrants seeking a U.S. work visa are pictured after being evicted from their hotel, which local authorities said was crowded, … Read More

These Migrants Stuck in Tent Cities on the Border Just Had Their Hopes Dashed by the Supreme Court

The court said the Trump administration can continue its “Remain in Mexico” program. Migrants say they’re “in a complete state of limbo.” MATAMOROS, Mexico — More than 1,700 people live nearly on top of one another steps from the U.S.-Mexico … Read More

USMCA thumbs-up from Senate hands Trump second trade victory

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement sailed through the U.S. Senate on Thursday, giving President Trump his second major trade win in as many days. The biggest trade deal of all time, the pact encompasses more than $1.3 trillion of commerce. While winning enough votes to pass … Read More

US immigration: Mexican asylum seekers could be deported to Guatemala

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The plan is part of the Trump administration’s efforts to curb the flow of migrants. – Reuters Mexicans seeking asylum in the US could be sent to Guatemala as part of a deal signed by the Trump administration with the … Read More

Mexico reacts to Trump’s vow to mark Mexican drug cartels as terrorists

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and President Donald Trump. Photos: Pedro Pardo/AFP and Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico’s foreign secretary, said Wednesday that he is in contact with the U.S. government following President Trump’s announced plans to designate Mexican drug … Read More

Surge of Mexican migrants is new challenge for Trump border crackdown

A sudden increase in the number of Mexican families and asylum seekers trying to cross into the United States has raised fears of a new border crisis, frustrating Department of Homeland Security officials who are unable to deter Mexican nationals … Read More

Trump’s Negotiations With Mexico Delivered a Big Win

President Donald Trump is claiming a big win with Mexico after the country agreed to send 6,000 troops to block migrants from crossing through. In return, Trump dropped his tariff threat. Ana Quintana of The Heritage Foundation joins us to … Read More

Mexico blocks new caravan of Central American migrants

An asylum seeker in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico, rests while waiting his turn to present himself to US border authorities and request asylum, in April 2019 Authorities blocked a new caravan of Central American migrants Wednesday after they entered … Read More

Facing pressure from Trump, Mexico detains 2 migrant caravan organizers

MEXICO CITY Mexican authorities have dramatically stepped up law enforcement pressure against Central American migrants in recent days in an effort to stave off a trade war with the United States. As Mexican diplomats have met with U.S. officials in … Read More

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