Democrats Win Control Of The House As Republicans Retain SenateCBS News on Tuesday night projected Democrats would take control of the House of Representatives, delivering a major blow to President Trump and the GOP. Republicans, meanwhile, kept control of the Senate.
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: U.S. Will Only Allow Asylum-Seekers At Points Of EntryPresident Trump announced Thursday his administration is finalizing a plan to only allow asylum seekers to apply at designated points of entry. Currently, those who don't go to an official checkpoint are still afforded a chance to wait for trial and make their case.
Trump Claims He Can Defy Constitution And End Birthright CitizenshipPresident Donald Trump offered a dramatic, if legally dubious, promise in a new interview to unilaterally end birthright citizenship, ratcheting up his hardline immigration rhetoric with a week to go before critical midterm elections.
5,200 Troops Heading To U.S.-Mexico Border Ahead Of CaravanMore than 5,000 active-duty troops are being deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border ahead of the impending arrival of a migrant caravan, according to the Department of Defense.
Homeland Security Chief: Military Has 'No Intention' Of Shooting At CaravanHomeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says US troops who are expected to be deployed to the Mexico border "do not have any intention right now to shoot at people."
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.
Bay Area 1st Generation College Student's Background Helping Him ExcelA Bay Area man has taken his experiences as a young immigrant to help him excel as a first-generation college student.
Watchdog: Government Had No Organized Plan For Separated Children At BorderGovernment officials were "unaware" of the April 2018 decision by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to implement a "zero tolerance" policy that separated families illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, sparking months of confusion over how to track young children taken from parents, according to a new report.
Homelessness, Immigration Remain Key Issues For Sen. FeinsteinU.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein spoke with KPIX 5 Political Reporter Melissa Caen on Tuesday about how the decades-old issues of homelessness and immigration remain a major focus of her work in office.
'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.