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The ‘Party of Five’ reboot revolves around the trauma of family separation. Is it empathetic, or exploitative?

Freeform’s fresh take on the ’90s hit drama follows five siblings figuring out life after their parents are deported

DACA gave them hope. In the face of its possible reversal, they ‘won’t give up.’

The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling by June

Trump canceled his trip to Denmark over Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s comments. But the two agree on one thing: immigration.

Frederiksen, who ran her campaign on an anti-immigration platform, is the country’s youngest prime minister and only the second woman

‘He is not welcome here’: Rep. Veronica Escobar says she’s skipping Trump’s visit to El Paso

Escobar’s district includes the El Paso Walmart and shopping center where 22 people were killed Saturday

A woman’s 12-year-old son was in Border Patrol custody. She says an agent sought her out and sexually harassed her.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection declined to say whether the agent was still reporting for duty

A 15-year-old migrant teen said she was sexually assaulted by a Border Patrol agent. The complaint is under investigation.

The latest allegations come as overcrowded detention facilities face mounting scrutiny

Women are supposed to love motherhood. In ‘Patsy,’ Nicole Dennis-Benn explores what happens when they don’t.

In this new summer read, a woman leaves her 6-year-old daughter with a father she hardly knows

Nancy Pelosi faces criticism over comments about four House Democratic women and border bill

She called their opposition to the House emergency border aid bill misguided and scant

DHS is investigating a Facebook group where border agents allegedly joked about migrants dying

An investigative report by ProPublica uncovered the private Facebook group, which was rife with racism and sexism

DOJ lawyer defends herself over viral video about providing migrants with soap, toothbrushes

‘I respect that in perceiving my argument as many people did it struck a nerve. Maybe many nerves,’ Sarah Fabian wrote