The search for a missing Texas mother intensifies, more than 10-days after her disappearance.
President Trump is threatening to use his executive power to declare the border crisis a national emergency if Congress fails to come to an agreement on funding.
The Department of Homeland Security is being forced to release thousands of detained illegal immigrant families into the U.S. due to overcrowded detention centers. According to DHS, 2,000 illegal immigrants arrested at the southern border have been released over the past few weeks.
Another migrant caravan is forming in Honduras and is preparing to head north.
New changes are being implemented within the Department of Homeland Security, following the death of a second child in Border Patrol custody.
A federal judge ruled the government cannot deport a Honduran woman without her daughter. U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss issued a temporary restraining order on Monday, saying the mother could not be deported if her daughter is still in custody. The unidentified mother and daughter reportedly came to the U.S. two years ago, and are currently being held together at a family detention center in South Texas. This ruling follows recent reports indicating how illegal immigrants are using loopholes, including illegally crossing the border with children, in order to avoid deportation. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, Kevin McAleenan said earlier this year, with families and children crossing, there are virtually no consequences to being apprehended.
President Trump takes to Twitter, praising the decision by a federal judge to rule Obamacare unconstitutional in the state of Texas. The president said Friday, Congress must now pass a strong law, which provides great health care and protects pre-existing conditions.