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Deported to Guatemala, migrant minors reunited with their parents

Dozens of children and adolescents melt into long hugs with their parents at a shelter in Quetzaltenango. Their perilous journey alone to the United...

‘Help us’: migrant caravan sees Biden as only hope

Hungry and exhausted after three weeks walking across Mexico in a migrant caravan, Elsa Pineda implored US President Joe Biden to give her daughter...

Anger builds where Obama seeks shelter for migrant children

The Obama administration is attempting to assemble a network of shelters on U.S. military bases and other federal facilities to lodge thousands of children awaiting immigration proceedings after fleeing violence in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

Obama administration placed children with human traffickers, report says

A recent report details nearly 30 cases where unaccompanied Central American child migrants in the U.S. had been trafficked after federal officials released them to sponsors or where there were "serious trafficking indicators."

Fox’s ‘Bordertown’ is a ripped-from-the-headlines satire

The animated comedy "Bordertown" revolves around two neighboring families in the fictional Southwest desert town of Mexifornia. It premieres Sunday night on Fox.

Bernie Sanders: Central American refugees should not be ‘cast out’

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said Thursday that he is "very disturbed" by reports that the Obama administration has begun preparing for a series of raids that would target for deportation families who fled violence in Central America.

US to spend $750 million to attack Central America poverty woes

As unaccompanied minors have again crossed the southwest border in growing numbers in recent months, experts have agreed that the root causes of the surge lie in Central American violence and poverty that is driving people north.

US appeals court rules against Obama’s immigration plan

A federal appeals court on Monday ruled against U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to shield up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

U.S., Mexican scholars launch ambitious dialogue on Central America migration issues

Three Latin America-focused think tanks have teamed up to publish the first seven of a planned 15 policy briefs analyzing various aspects of Central American and Mexican migration at its points of departure, transit and settlement in both Mexico and the United States.

Myth: Refugees are a burden

Refugees are often described as a "burden" for the countries they settle in. But research that has looked at the effect of refugees around the world suggests that, in the long run, this view is often wrong.

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