In this inaugural episode of the AMU Disaster Crew podcast, we speak with with Sylvia Longmire about how COVID-19 is affecting life at the US-Mexico border.
The Trump administration has been quietly adding military surveillance cameras at the U.S.-Mexico border in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pentagon expects to send 1,500 troops to the nation's borders with Canada and Mexico to assist Customs and Border Protection operations.
Coronavirus: Migrants currently in detention are unlikely to be released if infected, and most border detention facilities don’t have isolation cells.
Many U.S. holding cells along the Mexican border were less than half-full, even empty, during an unprecedented surge of asylum-seeking families from Central America, newly unsealed court documents show, raising questions about the Trump administration's claims that it had to make people wait in Mexico because it didn't have the means to accommodate them.
DHS 'Remain in Mexico' initiative features worsening living conditions and the security situation in and around the camps is deteriorating.
The reputed personal assistant for drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera and a key link in the hunt for the kingpin has been extradited to San Diego to face marijuana trafficking charges.
The Trump administration deport about 250 Mexicans a week on flights from Tucson, Arizona, to Guadalajara, over 1,000 miles from the border.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested fewer people during the 2019 budget year than last year, in part because resources were shifted to help handle the massive surge of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, the agency said Wednesday.
Due to kidnappings and violence in Mexico, the State Department has issued a Level 4 “Do Not Travel” warning for several Mexican states.