Secretary of Defense James Mattis is visiting the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, and has given an update about ongoing efforts to stop migrants from entering the country.
Nearly 100 migrants surrender to border patrol agents in Texas, after crossing the border illegally.
A new migrant caravan has formed, but with a different purpose.
U.S. troops deployed along the Mexico border have started training to prepare for immigration enforcement missions.
The majority of the migrant caravan has arrived in the Mexican capital, with many still planning to walk hundreds of miles to the U.S. border.
Vice President Mike Pence is speaking out on the issues Congress can work on in a bipartisan manner after the midterms.
President Trump is still threatening to cut off foreign aid to the Central American nations, whose citizens have become involved in caravans headed to the U.S. border.
The migrant caravan approaching the U.S. has split into several groups.
President Trump reaffirms that U.S. troops stationed at the border will arrest migrants if they become violent. The President reaffirmed the group will not pass into the U.S. on Friday, just days after the white house deployed over 5,000 troops to secure the border. This after members of the migrant group reportedly pelted Mexican military forces with rocks this week.