Irving Castillo hadn't seen his family in fifteen years. At the 'Hugs Not Walls' event, they were able to reunite—for 180 seconds.
Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, shares his views on some of the world’s biggest political hot spots.
Federal law allows immigrants to step into United States and claim asylum; agents are physically preventing them from doing so.
The policy shift means that parents will be separated from their children if caught while crossing borders illegally.
The attorney general told a congressional committee he was deferring to its concerns about stopping funding.
The Legal Orientation Program provides guidance to those facing deportation and is praised for saving taxpayer money.
Texas’s political leaders were up in arms about a federal land grab in North Texas, but mostly remain silent about another potential land grab in South Texas.
At the same time, a majority of Texans polled oppose the idea of building a border wall.
A small-town sheriff took on his president and his governor and learned that facts can get in the way of a good political narrative.
As construction begins for Trump’s project near El Paso, debate turns to nomenclature instead of immigration.