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Undocumented Migrant Border Crossings At 13 Year High

Undocumented Migrant Border Crossings At 13 Year High

Undocumented Migrant Border Crossings At 13 Year High Julia Ainsley and Courtney Kube of NBC report that with undocumented migrant border crossings at 13 year high, Homeland Security is now in talks with the Defense Department to care for the overflow

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Border Crossings Hit 10-Year High

Border Crossings Hit 10-Year High

Border Crossings Hit 10-Year High Joel Rose and John Burnett of NPR report that migrant families arrive in busloads at the Southern borderas border crossings hit 10-year high. – “The U.S. Border Patrol apprehended more than 66,000 migrants at the Southern

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Children Still Being Taken At The Border Despite Policy Change

Children Still Being Taken At The Border Despite Policy Change

Children Still Being Taken At The Border Despite Policy Change Daniella Silva for NBC says civil-rights groups report that families are still being separated at the Mexican border despite that policy being officially changed eight months ago.- “Migrant families are

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Members Of ‘No More Deaths’ Convicted For Giving Water To Migrants

Members Of ‘No More Deaths’ Convicted For Giving Water To Migrants

Members Of ‘No More Deaths’ Convicted For Giving Water To Migrants Tim Stelloh of NBC reports that four members of the group No More Deaths face a maximum sentence of six months in prison and a possible $500 fine for

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Violence On The Border

Violence On The Border

Violence On The Border Annie Rose Ramos and Tim Stelloh of NBC report on the violence that erupted when 500 members of the migrant caravan in Mexico rushed the border and were forced back by teargas from U.S. Border guards.

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John Oliver – Why No Surge Border Patrol Hiring

John Oliver – Why No Surge Border Patrol Hiring

John Oliver – Why No Surge Border Patrol Hiring By Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez During President George W. Bush’s time in office, the United States experienced a doubling of Border Patrol agents — from 10,000 to 20,000 — in response to the 9/11 attacks.

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Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center

Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center

Border Wall Push Creates Flap in House — and at the National Butterfly Center by Suzanne Gamboa A national butterfly preserve is the latest flashpoint in the border wall debate as Democrats accuse the GOP of rigging the process to

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The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall

The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall

The Latino-American Contractors Bidding To Build The Wall By Keegan Hamilton Rick Aguilar’s parents and grandparents all came to the U.S. from Mexico, but that’s not stopping him from bidding to help erect President Trump’s border wall. “I want to

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Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump By Julio Ricardo Varela A week after it reported January apprehension and inadmissible entry statistics that showed a decrease from December, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published its February data

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Report: Focus on security overshadows economic, other border benefits

Report: Focus on security overshadows economic, other border benefits

By Nela Lichtscheidl Cronkite News Up on the border Highlights of “The State of the Border Report,” a comprehensive look at the state of the Southwest border. • The U.S. is Mexico’s top trading partner; Mexico is the United States’

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