The migrant surge at the southern border hit a record of over 2.4 million. Republicans say it's a failure of Biden's policies. The U.N. says, globally, there's never been so many displaced people.
Pakistan has drawn criticism for warning those living in the country illegally to leave or be arrested and deported after Oct. 31. The U.N. says over 2 million undocumented Afghans live in Pakistan.
Millions of Venezuelans have migrated to escape authoritarian rule and their country's worst economic crisis. For the first time, they're the largest group detained for entering the U.S. irregularly.
NPR's Scott Simon visited the Inn of Chicago this week, where migrants are now being housed. The building is the same one his father died in 55 years ago.
Over 100,000 migrants have sought shelter in New York City in the last year or so. Some are pregnant women fleeing violence and poverty. NPR followed the daily lives of three women.
To discourage migrants, the U.K. wants to deport to Rwanda some who arrive by boat without a visa. Human rights groups have sued, and the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on Oct. 9.
The Biden administration says flights will resume immediately, its latest attempt to discourage Venezuelan migrants from making the dangerous journey to the U.S.-Mexico border.
New York City has been housing migrants in makeshift shelters throughout the city. In some areas, it has led to protests and court challenges.
The measures approved by the Cabinet focused on migrants who don't qualify for asylum and are slated to be repatriated to their home countries.
When migrants from Latin America were flown from Texas and dropped off in Sacramento with nowhere to go, a group of congregations came together to care for them.
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar blocked a similar policy during the Trump administration, and immigrant advocates had urged him to do the same in this case.
Egypt now has the highest number of illegal migrants to Europe, lured by smugglers who charge a hefty fee for a risky voyage by sea. We interview families who had a loved on the shipwrecked Adriana.
Biden administration rules have one main legal pathway to seek asylum for migrants already at the border: a mobile app called CBP One. Immigrant advocates and immigration hardliners have objections.
The Egyptian suspects face charges that include participation in a criminal organization, manslaughter and causing a shipwreck.
Rescue workers transferred the bodies of dead migrants to refrigerated trucks as a major search continued Thursday for possible survivors of a sea disaster in southern Greece.