The locations of more than 80 child care facilities that have housed and supervised children as part of the unaccompanied immigrant minors program.
Is the border wall feasible?
Here’s how ICE sent children seeking asylum to adult detention centers
Two teens fleeing violence in war-torn countries sought asylum in the U.S. A Texas dentist’s report helped ICE send them to adult detention centers.
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.
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1 year ago, we asked for border spending records. We’re still waiting
With so much tax money at stake, Reveal wants to know how much the government already spent on the border. Customs and Border Protection won’t say.
We’re suing the government over border wall spending records
With so much taxpayer money at stake and few details about how it would be used, we wanted to know how much the government had already spent.
Watchdog agency criticizes immigrant detention conditions
Immigrants are being denied medical care, strip-searched and threatened at six ICE detention facilities, a new watchdog report finds.
ICE issues plan to detain 1,000 more migrants in Texas
“This would continue the trend of this administration’s giveaways to the private prison industry at the expense of immigrants,” one advocate says.
Contractors named to build border wall prototypes
President Donald Trump’s border wall is coming a little bit closer to reality, as U.S. Customs and Border Protection announces its chosen contractors.
Federal official says border wall project on schedule. It’s not
Construction of prototypes for President Donald Trump’s border wall may not start until the end of this summer, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection official said Tuesday, the latest phase of the project to run over the announced timetable.
Feds hunt down mystery landowners in bid to build border wall
The federal government has spent a decade chasing a meandering paper trail, with researchers combing through yellowed government files, testing the faded memories of neighbors and perusing the local library as they try to sort out who owns the land.