The court ruling that forced the Trump administration to reunite families separated at the border applies only to parents, excluding legal guardians.
Salvadoran man has evidence he’s not a gang member. US still separated him from his kids
The government hasn’t provided any proof of its claim that the man is affiliated with MS-13. He hasn’t seen his two kids in three months.
Lost on the border: A decade later, a man finds his father’s remains on Facebook
Eliseo Cárdenas Zetina disappeared after trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border in 2008. His five children had held out hope that he was still alive.
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This land is our land: Many property owners won’t sell for Trump’s wall
The question of who owns the border and how they will be compensated looms large.
Senate Democrats answer questions, raise concerns with Trump’s wall
Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee estimate that building a wall along most of the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border could cost $70 billion or more.
The deadliest route to the American dream
As the Trump administration moves forward with the president’s promised U.S.-Mexico border wall, questions persist about the effectiveness of immigration enforcement that has forced migrants into increasingly deadly terrain.
The Wall: Explore the US-Mexico border fence
Bids are out for President Donald Trump’s border wall and a draft plan envisions fencing and walls along at least 1,200 additional miles of the Mexican border by 2020. Here’s the status of the current border fence based on data we’ve been collecting and analyzing for years.
Bordering on insecurity
On this episode of Reveal, our joint investigation with The Texas Tribune profiles federal border officials who were arrested for or convicted of acts of corruption that allegedly compromised their mission to stop crime and keep their country secure.
Kids crossing borders – alone
This episode of Reveal tells the stories of children crossing borders alone. You’ll hear about the wars they’re fleeing, where they’re trying to go and what happens to them when they get there.
Unidentified migrants reach undignified end
Out of the thousands of unidentified bodies scattered across the country, many are found in South Texas, where migrants are crossing into the U.S. from Mexico. We travel to border to find out what happens to these remains.