More than 2,600 kids were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border under Trump’s “zero tolerance” family separation policy.
Lack of access to the pop-up federal detention camp has frustrated town residents and alarmed advocates who question the conditions there.
New regulations would affect the nearly 13,000 children currently in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement.
Wilson should have been taken to a licensed shelter, with beds and showers. Instead, he was taken to an unfurnished, unlicensed office building.
At least seven districts have sent students with special needs to Shiloh Treatment Center in recent years.
Attorneys for immigrant children held at a troubled Texas shelter say kids continue to be forcibly drugged there despite a judge’s order.
Nine days before getting the new contract, defense contractor MVM was found to have housed migrant children in a vacant office building.
Separated families won a second chance to seek asylum under an agreement in federal court, but lawyers say the government has backed off its pledge.
We examine the stories of two families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border and how what happened to them matches up with what the government said was supposed to happen.
Twenty-five children continue to be held at Shiloh Treatment Center, which has documented cases of child deaths and serial abuse.