Migrants fearing deportation start fire at Mexico detention center, killing 40, president says
Another 29 people were injured in the fire at a facility in Ciudad Juarez, which is across from El Paso, Texas, officials said.
Migrants found 'suffocating' in Texas train; 2 dead: police
Officials suggested the deaths and injuries were linked to human trafficking.
Cuban baseball player defects after team's loss to USA in World Baseball Classic
Ivan Prieto Gonzalez failed to show up to his flight back to Havana with the team on Monday.
Dozens of Dublin prison sex survivors face deportation
Nearly three dozen women at FCI Dublin have either been deported or are facing possible deportation, even though their attorneys say that as sexual assault survivors or witnesses they are eligible for U-visas.
Michelle Obama for president in 2024?
Although Michelle Obama has denied any interest in seeking office, former White House and Pentagon official Douglas MacKinnon said she has the "it" factor that could maybe beat Trump in 2024.
Lawyers fight for man they say US wrongly deported to Haiti
Paul Pierrilus was deported two years ago from the U.S. to Haiti where he has been trying to survive in a chaotic and violent country where he wasn’t born and had never lived.
Migrant boat crashes off coast of Italy; dozens killed
More than 170 migrants were on board when the overcrowded boat crashed.
New rule would impose 'severe limitations' on asylum-seekers at US southern border
President Donald Trump pursued a similar ban in 2019 but a federal appeals court prevented it from taking effect.
Advocates want ICE to stop deporting Dublin prison sex survivors
Advocates want ICE to stop deporting undocumented women who are also survivors of sex abuse at FCI Dublin.
San Francisco D.A. Brooke Jenkins asks for exception to sanctuary city policy
In an unusual move, San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is asking for an exception to the city’s sanctuary city policy. She said two suspects in serious crimes that happened in San Francisco have been found living abroad, and the only way to seek justice is to work with feds to get them back here.
Route to Super Bowl dangerous for Mexico’s avocado haulers: 'Took our truck and tied us up'
Armed guards are accompanying trucks carrying avocados grown in Mexico heading to be exported to the U.S. during Super Bowl season. “We were coming down a dirt road and two young guys came out and they took our truck and tied us up.”
Florida lawmakers to meet next week on Disney, immigration
Florida lawmakers will meet next week to complete a state takeover of Walt Disney World’s self-governing district and debate proposals on immigration and election crimes, as Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to leverage national political fissures ahead of an expected White House run.
Feds reunite nearly 700 migrant kids separated from their families at US-Mexico border
President Joe Biden issued an executive order on his first day in office to reunite families separated under his predecessor's policy of forcibly separating parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border to discourage illegal immigration.
Freezing nights present great danger to farmworkers
As much as bitter cold weather is bad for plants, it's far worse for humans who are ill-housed or unhoused. Consider the bizarre plight of over some workforce achievers, nonetheless will mostly shiver in the Bay Area tonight.
Community members, loved ones create fundraisers for Half Moon Bay victims
Families of those killed in the recent mass shootings in Half Moon Bay have created fundraisers to help bury their loved ones.
Illegal U.S.-Mexico border crossings surge to highest levels since Biden took office
U.S. authorities stopped migrants 251,487 times along the Mexican border in December.
At least 145 people feared dead after Congo boat sinking
At least 145 passengers are missing and feared dead after a motorized boat overloaded with goods and animals sank at night on a river in northwestern Congo, authorities said Thursday.
New program allows private citizens to sponsor refugees in US
The Welcome Corps program lets groups of at least five Americans apply to become sponsors and help refugees adjust to life in the U.S.
Biden, López Obrador, Trudeau show unity during summit, downplay tensions
President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are seeking to downplay their frustrations with one another on migration and trade as they meet for the North American Leaders Summit.
Biden visits US-Mexico border as migrant crisis spirals
It's Biden's first trip to the U.S.-Mexico border as president.