Tent courtrooms opened in two Texas border cities to process thousands of migrants while their requests for asylum go through clogged immigration courts.
Under growing pressure from the U.S. government, Mexico's immigration policy has moved from one promising to help migrants to another characterized by militarized enforcement that has support of the country's foreign secretary.
A Mexican immigrant who was nearly deported after a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement lawyer forged a document in his case brought about change by suing over the misconduct.
Construction on a Pentagon-funded portion of border fence began this week near Yuma, Arizona, just as federal officials revealed a list of Defense Department projects that will be cut to pay for President Donald Trump's wall.
Gov. Greg Abbott said "mistakes were made" when he sent a fundraising mailer that called on supporters to "defend Texas" from illegal immigration.
Detained immigrants filed a lawsuit decrying what they called shoddy medical care and a failure by authorities to provide accommodations for disabilities.
Rhode Island's attorney general said Thursday he is investigating after a truck drove at a group protesting federal immigration policies at a detention center.
The number of migrants encountered by U.S. authorities at the southern border has dropped below 100,000 for the first time in five months.
Effects of the largest immigration raid in at least a decade are likely to ripple for years through six Mississippi small towns that host poultry plants.
U.S. immigration officials raided seven chicken processing plants, arresting 680 mostly Latino workers in the largest workplace sting in at least a decade.