US-Mexico border

'Fear and hate': Critics slam Trump's anti-caravan troop surge

Rights groups call Pentagon's plan to send 5,200 troops to US-Mexico border an overreaction, saying there's 'no crisis'.

'Fear and hate': Critics slam Trump's anti-caravan troop surge

Human Rights

US military 'receives request' to send troops to US-Mexico border

Rights groups call Trump's threats a 'scare' tactic, saying caravan headed to US border is not a 'national emergency'.

US-Mexico border

US arrested 16,658 migrant family members at border in September

Number represents a 31 percent increase from the previous month, and comes as Trump ramps up anti-immigrant rhetoric.

US arrested 16,658 migrant family members at border in September

US-Mexico border

Retrial to begin for US border agent who shot teen across border

Lonnie Swartz is charged with manslaughter in the 2012 fatal cross-border shooting of 16-year-old Jose Rodriguez.

Retrial to begin for US border agent who shot teen across border

UpFront

Trump border detentions 'state-sponsored child abuse'

Former Obama cabinet official Julian Castro discusses Trump's border policies and Obama's own record on deportations.

Trump border detentions 'state-sponsored child abuse'

UpFront

Brexit: Will there be a second referendum?

We debate the likelihood of a second vote, and speak to a top US politician about the treatment of migrant children.

Brexit: Will there be a second referendum?

Latin America

Thousands of Honduran migrants arrive in Guatemala City

Donald Trump has threatened to cut aid to Guatemala unless they stop the Hondurans.

United States

1,500 children confined to tent city near US-Mexico border

The children being held in the barbed-wire-enclosed camp are unaccompanied minors from Latin America who travelled to the US and were apprehended by border patrol guards.

Immigration

US plans to make it harder for some people to get a green card

Rights groups say proposed public-charge rule change will adversely affect low-income families, people with disabilities

US plans to make it harder for some people to get a green card

US-Mexico border

US: Arrests of immigrant families crossing US-Mexico border soar

Nearly 13,000 families were apprehended while crossing the border in August, up from about 9,000 in July.

US: Arrests of immigrant families crossing US-Mexico border soar

United States

Honouring immigrant lives lost crossing Arizona's deadly desert

Many of the 3,000 immigrants who have died in the past 15 years trying to cross the Arizona desert have gone unidentified and unremembered, but activists and officials are trying to change that.

US & Canada

US immigration: Migrant families continue to arrive at border

Despite the 'zero-tolerance' policies initiated by the Trump administration, border officials still apprehended over 9,000 migrant families in July.

Women's Rights

New US asylum rules leave abuse survivors 'always afraid'

Survivors and advocates warn decision to stop granting asylum to domestic violence survivors will lead to more deaths.

New US asylum rules leave abuse survivors 'always afraid'

US-Mexico border

US: 700 migrant children still separated from families

US says 431 children couldn't be reunited by Thursday's deadline because their parents were no longer in the country.

United States

US immigration: Mother says child suffered trauma

Trump's zero-tolerance policy separating kids at border can cause children lifelong trauma.