While the new asylum rule cannot be carried out until legal issues can be debated, the legal limbo is leaving migrants questioning their next steps.
Border apprehension numbers fell 28 percent in June, partly due to a recent crackdown, but also because of soaring summer temperatures.
Migrants can now only request asylum in the U.S. if they can show proof that their asylum request was denied by a third country while en route to America; that third country is usually Mexico.
A Q&A session with US-Mexico Border expert (and In Homeland Security columnist) Sylvia Longmire – author of "Cartel" and "Border Insecurity."
Central America Aid: President Donald Trump said recently that he would cut off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
Trump tweeted that ICE would begin removals next week; a senior administration official countered by saying the initiative is still in the planning phase.
President Trump has personally and repeatedly urged the head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to award border wall contracts to Fisher Industries.
President Trump wants a black border wall (making it too hot to touch) and topped with spikes – while also requiring it to be aesthetically pleasing.
“We Build the Wall” began work on a project to erect a section of border wall in the El Paso, Texas sector – using money raised via GoFundMe.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction barring the government from sectioning parts of border fencing using funds diverted from the Defense Dept.