Bay Area Architects Show Humanity Of U.S.-Mexico Border With See-Saw PlaygroundFor one day over the weekend, a team of Bay Area architects turned a portion of the U.S.-Mexico border wall into a small playground called The Teeter Totter Wall.
California Joins Dozen Other States In Lawsuit Against Trump’s Emergency Declaration To Fund WallCalifornia's attorney general says at least a dozen states will join a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
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.
Students Rally In San Francisco For Afghan Teen Detained By ICEBay Area high school students on Friday rallied around a teenager seeking asylum from the Taliban who has been in federal ICE custody for six months.
Hundreds in Caravan at Border in Tijuana Seek Asylum in U.S.One of the organizers for a group of Central American migrants who traveled in a caravan to try to seek asylum in the U.S. says about 50 of them attempted to present themselves to U.S. border inspectors at a crossing near San Diego.
Trump Pushes For Use Of 'Nuclear Option' On BorderTrump administration officials said Monday they're crafting a new legislative package aimed at closing immigration "loopholes," hours after the president called on Republicans in Congress to immediately pass a border bill using the "Nuclear Option if necessary" to muscle it through.
Trump Ditches DACA Deal, Tells Mexico U.S. May Exit NAFTAPresident Trump declared Sunday that a deal to help "Dreamer" immigrants was scrubbed and threatened to pull out of a free trade agreement with Mexico unless it does more to stop people from crossing into the U.S.
Big Increase In Asylum Seekers At U.S.-Mexico Border, Report ShowsHundreds of thousands of people have sought asylum along the U.S.-Mexico border in the last two years, a dramatic increase that shows how migrants have changed from mostly Mexican men trying to evade capture to more Central American families who often turn themselves in, a report for the federal government shows.