immigration

‘It breaks my heart, but I have to keep going’: The Honduran women forced to leave their homeland

Hondurans comprise the majority of the first caravan to reach Mexico City en route to the United States

Trump wants Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out as soon as possible, aides say

The president has reportedly said he’s removing Nielsen in the coming weeks, if not sooner

A photo captured a little girl crying in the migrant caravan. Here’s the story behind it.

At one point, 4-year-old Camila Savioll Mejia wept and refused to walk any farther

‘The Migrant Quilt Project:’ How one woman uses quilts to memorialize those who have died along the border

‘It’s an emotionally charged project — I feel like I’ve been living in grief for the past 11 years’

When my daughter and I crossed the border in desperate search of safety, they took her away

How does a mother choose between near-certain death at home, and the permanent harm of separation?

Trump says members of the migrant caravan ‘aren’t babies.’ In many cases, they are.

A diverse group, including women with strollers and a 6-month-old girl, is heading north

Nationwide order allowing immigrant teens in custody to seek abortions is back in court

Brett Kavanaugh reviewed the case last fall and offered a dissent

In August, 38 percent more migrant families were arrested at the border

Trump officials are calling it a ‘crisis’

According to this 20-year-old mother, her toddler died due to poor care at an immigration detention center

Yazmin Juárez filed a notice of claim Tuesday