Newsom Condemns Use Of Tear Gas On Border: 'We Will Not Stand For This'Gov.-Elect Gavin Newsom has condemned the use of tear gas by U.S. agents on migrants attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego over the weekend.
San Francisco Judge Bars US From Enforcing Trump Asylum BanA federal judge has temporarily barred the Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally.
San Francisco Federal Judge Questions Trump Asylum BanA federal judge in San Francisco on Monday questioned the legal grounds for President Donald Trump’s partial ban on granting immigrants asylum, but made no immediate decision on whether block the ban.
From California to Texas, Migrants at Border Worry Caravans May Shut Them OutSeeking asylum at a port of entry is legal under U.S. law but Pres. Trump has proposed banning people crossing illegally from claiming asylum. People at the San Ysidro crossing near San Diego are fearful they may become collateral damage in the president's effort to stop the caravan migrants.
'We Are Not Killers' – Migrants in Caravan Respond to TrumpAs President Trump ramped up his anti-migrant rhetoric ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections, exhausted Central Americans walking across Mexico in hopes of reaching the United States said they were mostly perplexed and turned off by his threats.
Trump Defends Ad Featuring Sacramento Cop Killer Denounced As RacistPresident Donald Trump says a video he tweeted showing a Mexican migrant in a courtroom smiling and boasting about killing police officers is tough "but correct."
Trump Features Sacramento Cop Killer In Racially-Charged Campaign AdAhead of the midterm elections, President Donald Trump is tweeting a video alleging Democrats were responsible for allowing a convicted cop killer into the U.S. But he's providing no evidence supporting his claim.
Sickness, Fear, Harassment In Mexico Whittle Away At Migrant CaravanLittle by little, sickness, fear and police harassment are whittling down the migrant caravan making its way to the U.S. border, with many of the 4,000 to 5,000 migrants who resumed their journey Thursday complaining of exhaustion.
'A Better Future For My Daughters'; Migrant Caravan Continues Border MarchAll along the U.S.-Mexico border, from Texas to California, tensions continued to mount Sunday as an ragged army of Honduran migrants streamed through southern Mexico.
Transgender Migrant Dies While In US custodyThe death of a transgender woman while in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has prompted advocates to demand that LGBTQ migrant detainees be freed until their cases are heard.
Migrants Picked This Pregnant Mother Of 2 To Go To Front Of The Asylum LineGabriela Hernandez, a pregnant mother of two, was among eight people chosen Monday by her fellow migrants to begin the process of seeking asylum in the United States.
Migrants Traveling In Caravan Begin Seeking U.S. AsylumCentral Americans who traveled in a caravan through Mexico to the border with San Diego began the process of seeking asylum in the U.S.
Caravan Migrants Vow To Wait At Border Until They Are Granted AsylumAfter a difficult, monthlong journey from Central America to the US-Mexico border, dozens of asylum-seeking migrants are vowing to remain outside an immigration processing center until "every last one" is admitted into the country, an organizer with the caravan said late Sunday.
Television News Anchor Gets Busted By Highway Patrol And Takes A SelfieNo road-trip of a lifetime would be complete without a throaty V-8 engine rumbling beneath a classic all-American sports car's curvy lines, tearing down a two-lane highway through the most picturesque scenery you can imagine, and inevitably seeing the red and blue flashing lights above the dice hanging from your rear-view mirror, then pulling over to find out how fast you were "really going" and getting a free speedometer calibration, and of course in 2014, capping it all off with the requisite "selfie."