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Turmoil at the border concerns families whose children cross daily for school

Esmeralda wakes up every weekday at 5 a.m. at her home in Tijuana to take her son to school in National City. After they cross the border on foot around 6 a.m., they take the trolley, then a public ... read more

Request for border volunteers won’t have operational impact on CISA, director says

The Daily Beast was first to report on the email. The request for logistical support at the border raised concerns ... whose priorities include federal civilian cybersecurity, election security, and ... read more

Brexit’s consequences for children in Border regions will be profound

Family lawyers have been giving consideration to the implications of Brexit for family law cases that cross-borders or, as in the case of Northern Ireland, families whose ... enjoyed by children south ... read more

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Wake up, cross the border, go to school: For some Mexican students, it's a daily routine

When a Border Patrol agent pedals by on a bicycle, none of the students — virtually all of them Mexican children who cross ... the school’s students are on scholarship. Though many hail from upper- ... read more


The Surge in Unaccompanied Children from Central America: A Humanitarian Crisis at Our Border

The phenomenon of children seeking to join their parents in the United States is not new. The difference lies in the number of children making their way from Central America to cross the Rio Grande ... read more

A secret recording captures the sounds of crying children separated from parents at the border

One child on the recording, identified by ProPublica as a 6-year-old from El Salvador, asks for help calling her aunt, whose ... most families arrested after crossing the border have been released for ... read more

Deportations of parents can cast the lives of U.S.-citizen kids into turmoil

In fiscal 2012, an estimated 150,000 U.S.-citizen children had a parent deported, according to a study by Human Impact Partners, a health advocacy group. Concerns ... families to be reunited and ... read more

How do you 'secure' the border when most migrants are just turning themselves in?

Thousands of parents and their children continue to make the journey north — they either wait in line for days or weeks outside ports of entry or cross paths ... of troops to the border. But that hasn ... read more

When crossing the border is your daily commute

He writes about water and other environmental issues in the Denver ... carrying their lunches and other daily necessities had been replaced by children, many of whom had also crossed the border on ... read more

What reporters couldn't see when they toured a Texas shelter for child migrants

Life for children inside a privately run facility for migrant children at the Southern border is a cross between ... 40 children whose parents do not know where they are or have been deported without ... read more

Was a breastfeeding infant really taken from an immigrant mother? The answer to this and other questions about families separated at the border

Here’s a guide to key issues concerning family separations ... Critics of the government policy that separates children their parents when they cross the border illegally protest during a "Families ... read more

'Remove the razor wire,' some Arizona border-town residents plead

“In Nogales we are used to seeing the federal government make decisions about our surroundings,” said Evan Kory, whose ... the border every day, even multiple times a day. Her family lives and works ... read more



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