The government is expanding its use of shelters to house migrant children, even as it faces scrutiny for inhumane conditions at existing facilities.
During the summer of family separation, Yolo County rethought its role in detaining unaccompanied minors. And it decided it liked it.
The court ruling that forced the Trump administration to reunite families separated at the border applies only to parents, excluding legal guardians.
Reveal previously reported that the government is housing unaccompanied children in secret facilities without the knowledge of their attorneys.
A Reveal investigation finds the resettlement agency relies on clandestine shelters to hold unaccompanied minors.
A review of the operation by Reveal casts doubt on the official narrative.
Parents give up custody to get their kids medical and psychological treatments. Other parents risk deportation to claim kids at government shelters.
We’re seeking details on defense contractor MVM, which held migrant children overnight in an unlicensed vacant office building in Phoenix.
The stories of two families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. We compare their experiences with what the government said was supposed to happen.
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.