At least 28 members of the controversial immigrant "caravan" who traveled to the U.S. from Central America have been processed to apply for asylum, officials said.
At least fourteen members of the controversial immigrant "caravan" who traveled to the U.S. from Central America have been allowed to apply for asylum, according to organizers.
At least eight members of the controversial migrant caravan have been allowed to apply for asylum, organizers said.
About 200 migrants trying to cross the U.S. border remain stalled in Mexico while American officials refuse to admit most, if not all, of them.
Roughly 100 remaining members of the immigrant caravan from Central American were scheduled to arrive in Tijuana, Mexico on Thursday.
The controversial migrant caravan that drew national outrage as it made its way through Mexico toward the U.S. arrived just south of the California border.
Last week, for most Americans, represented Tax Freedom Day – meaning you spent all of January, February, March and roughly half of April – paying Uncle Sam.
On a remote stretch of border in New Mexico, the newest installment of President Donald Trump’s border wall began construction Monday.
You likely won’t see a National Guard soldier standing on the border with an M-16 rifle arresting illegal immigrants.
President Trump on Tuesday will get a first-hand view of the border walls that were the centerpiece of his presidential campaign.
As President Trump moves to save steel workers on the East Coast, critics say his new 25 percent tariff could kill steel jobs in the West.
A Utah teenager tried to blow up his high school with a homemade bomb, police said.
The president's plan to build a wall along the southern border could come crumbling down before it is even built, thanks to a lawsuit filed by the State of California being argued Friday in San Diego.
As the president renewed his call for a border wall, the agency charged with building it is facing a manpower crisis.
Overturning 33 years of energy policy, the Trump administration Thursday proposed opening as much as 90 percent of the U.S. coast to oil and gas development.
For all of its claims of being an economic paradise, California is a failure when it comes to housing.
There are two things North Korea doesn’t like.
Residents and officials in this U.S. territory greeted news that North Korea was stepping back from a planned missile strike on the island with some relief and tepid celebration.
North Korea’s vow to strike Guam with ballistic missiles that could potentially be armed with nuclear warheads, has this island in the cross hairs and its 160,000 residents, most of whom are U.S. citizens, on edge.