The tensions are a test of the nation's tolerance of increasing diversity, when South Korea is looking to immigration to bolster its aging and shrinking workforce.
The young girl died in U.S. Border Patrol custody after experiencing a "medical emergency," the agency said. The news underscores concern about the safety of migrants with Title 42 no longer in place.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Title 42, a pandemic-era restriction on migration, came to an end last week. Politicians on both sides have been waiting to see how immigration would change. We break down the results with an expert. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Georgians could lose Medicaid benefits. #gapol
For the residents of Brownsville, Texas, the national spotlight often accompanies an increase in border crossings. But life goes on here, with or without the media attention.
Immigration authorities touted a major update meant to improve CBP One, an app that's now the main authorized portal to seek asylum at the border. But migrants in Juárez say it's still not working.
The pandemic-era policy nearly halted the processing of asylum applications. As Title 42 was lifted on Thursday, officials braced for an influx of migrants. But the reality was relatively calm.
Being able to drive makes life easier. It can open up job opportunities. But it also has challenges, especially if there's a language barrier. And traffic stops can be especially high stakes.
What's it like to be a Black immigrant or refugee in America? We had a hundred or so conversations with people in Tennessee — one of the Blackest states in the country — to find out.
The pandemic restrictions allowed for the quick expulsion of migrants at the border. Now that it's being lifted some officials are expecting a record influx and an impending humanitarian crisis.
The fires were set Wednesday and Thursday to about 25 makeshift tents at a camp of about 2,000 people, most of them from Venezuela, Haiti and Mexico, in Matamoros, Mexico, near Brownsville, Texas.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new bill proposed by U.S. House Republicans would restrict access to asylum and detain families, and children. President Biden has reinstated Trump-era border policies. The Dominion defamation suit against Fox News is underway. And Justice Clarence Thomas is under fire.
Migrants say they are facing increased harassment and unabashed cruelty by local, state and federal authorities as permanent residents' general attitudes toward immigrants shift.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The family of Manuel Terán said an independent autopsy created more questions than answers. They're suing the city of Atlanta for more information. Meanwhile, 500 Georgia health care providers oppose Senate Bill 140, which would ban gender-affirming care for minors.
The speaker led an all Republican delegation to Arizona's border with Mexico to highlight what he sees as problems in the region where border communities are facing strained demands.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee blamed Biden administration policies for the record number of migrant apprehensions. Democrats accused them of fear-mongering and spreading misinformation.