Border Crisis



Ana Maria Moreno Portillo from Guatemala embraces her daughter after they were deported from the U.S., at the Kiki Romero Sports Complex in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Monday, April 5, 2021. The sports complex was adapted as a shelter because of the growing number of migrants being deported daily. (AP Photo/Christian Chavez)

Mexico opens shelters to house deported migrants

Authorities in Mexico repurpose a gym in response to increased numbers of migrants being deported from the U.S. The growing number of illegal immigrants denied entry to the U.S. has forced officials in a city on the Rio Grande to find new places to house them as other shelters have reached maximum capacity.


Two men are handcuffed together as a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent pats them down before putting them in a van while taking them into custody near the U.S.-Mexico border, Saturday, March 20, 2021, in Hidalgo, Texas. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

2 terrorist suspects in custody after attempting to illegally enter U.S.

Two undocumented terrorist suspects wanted by the FBI have been detained. In a statement on Monday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirmed two illegal immigrants from Yemen who were on the FBI’s terror watchlist and no-fly list are in custody after they were apprehended while illegally crossing the border near California ports of entry.






AMW PR CEO on Media’s Treatment of Biden Admin. vs. Trump Admin.

Ever since Joe Biden was inaugurated, a range of issues have taken center stage. This includes the partisan COVID relief package, the humanitarian crisis at the southern border and North Korea’s aggression among others. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with the CEO of AMW PR, Adam Weiss, about the way the media report on issues under his watch compared to the Trump administration’s.