Biden made a rare visit to the southern border Thursday on the same day that Trump is made his own visit. Here's what to know.
President Biden delivers remarks on immigration and border security during a visit to the Border Patrol station on the U.S.-Mexico border in Brownsville, Texas.
The president is heading to Brownsville, Texas, a city that sees high numbers of migrants crossing the border.
The Biden administration is looking into options to manage illegal border crossings President Joe Biden could use without congressional approval after Republicans blocked a bipartisan border bill.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams is clearing up reports on how much migrants will actually receive on their prepaid cards.
Reps Clay Higgins, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Andy Biggs are among the 11 House Republicans managing Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ impeachment trial.
The roll call fell just a few votes short of impeaching Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, stalling the Republicans’ drive to punish the Biden administration over its handling of the U.S-Mexico border.
The bill would alter the asylum system at the border with faster and tougher enforcement and provide substantial military aid to Israel and Ukraine.
The Homeland Security Committee voted after midnight Wednesday to recommend the two articles of impeachment to the full House. But Alejandro Mayorkas argues the GOP should instead be working with the Biden administration on U.S.-Mexico border issues.
House Republicans on Wednesday will march ahead with impeachment plans targeting Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas as “derelict in his duty" over handling of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Donald Trump is seizing on his party’s frustration with the recent surge of illegal crossings at the southern U.S. border to churn up fears around another top GOP concern — voter fraud.
Mexico has increased immigration enforcement in recent weeks. U.S. officials say that has contributed to a sharp drop in illegal border crossings.
New York City is suing more than a dozen charter bus companies for their role in Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s operation to send tens of thousands of migrants to urban areas.
The Justice Department on Wednesday sued Texas over a new law that would allow police to arrest migrants who enter the U.S. illegally, taking Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to court again over his escalating response to border crossers arriving from Mexico.
Mexican immigration officials are moving to clear a migrant encampment on the banks of the Rio Grande river, as U.S. officials met with Mexico’s president to press for measures to limit a surge of migrants reaching the U.S. southwestern border.
The main areas of discussion in the deal involve toughening asylum rules for migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, bolstering border enforcement, and deterring migrants from making the journey in the first place.
The number of immigrants to the U.S. jumped to the highest level in two decades this year, driving the nation’s overall population growth.
Civil rights groups and a Texas border county filed a lawsuit Tuesday that seeks to stop the measure from taking effect in March, arguing that the bill is unconstitutional.
The southern border was rocked by a record number of migrant encounters on Monday as the situation continues to spiral, and lawmakers struggle to find agreement on solutions.
Former President Donald Trump responded to mounting criticism over his comments about migrants crossing the southern border, who he had said are "poisoning the blood of our country.”