Just when it seemed border wall rhetoric couldn't be amped up another notch, there's news of a new caravan forming in Honduras.
In Homeland Security’s coverage of President Donald Trump’s signature campaign promise: The Border Wall.
Fifty-eight emergency declarations have been made since 1976 – 31 of which are still active. Congressional approval is required to continue them, but they've never voted on any – leaving the president to renew them.
Testers were able to cut through slats of the steel border wall prototype proposed by the president using an ordinary saw available in most hardware stores.
OP/ED: A physical wall across part of our border with Mexico will only alter the path of all of those illegal movements. It won't stop them.
Examples throughout history have cast doubt on how effective a border wall is for keeping out desperate migrants fleeing violence and poverty.
The meeting between Democratic and Republican brass will be the first since Trump's heated Oval Office parley with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and presumptive House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) last month.
Thousands of Central Americans who traveled north to the U.S. border in the fall, drawing dire warnings from President Trump, have settled into an uneasy existence in Tijuana, facing a backlash on both sides of the border.
A veteran's GoFundMe page states “If the 63 million people who voted for Trump each pledge $80, we can build the wall.” It's raised $4 million in four days.