The bitter battle over border security is raging on. Local governments and activists groups prevailed Tuesday when a federal judge in Texas ruled against the Trump administration’s plans to divert some $3.6 billion earmarked for military construction projects to help continue the construction of the southern border wall.
The United Nations is warning of rising levels of violence between various groups of migrants being held in temporary camps on the Greek islands in the Mediterranean Sea. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the latest humanitarian crisis.
Violence in Tijuana, Mexico continues as rival cartels intensify their turf war. The city has now surpassed 2,000 homicides this year alone. That’s just 500 shy of last year’s record.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security Joint Task Force – West (JTFW) is reaffirming the importance of having a physical barrier at the southern border.
Jared Kushner is being tasked with another White House responsibility. This will add to his list of jobs, which already includes securing peace in the Middle East and reforming the criminal justice system. Sources close to the matter told the Washington Post, the president’s son-in-law will now be monitoring the development of the border wall.
A new report is highlighting concerns of fraudulent applications for U.S. asylum by Central American migrants. According to the Associated Press Sunday, a Honduran migrant who tried to enter the U.S. refused asylum in Guatemala and went back to his home country.
Democrat presidential contenders are rejecting recent criticisms of falling too far left. This comes after former President Barack Obama warned the White House hopefuls not to alienate voters by becoming too radical. He pointed out they don’t have to completely tear the system down in order to remake it.
The Trump administration is feeling positive about an upcoming Supreme Court ruling on DACA, following Tuesday’s oral arguments. One America’s Emerald Robinson sat down with acting Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli, who was in the courtroom, to learn more.
Salvadorans living in the U.S. will now be able to remain in the country for another year. The TPS announcement came as part of a larger message from the administration, which is focused on our border security. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair sat down with a former INS officer to discuss the new signed agreement.