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President Donald Trump said Sunday that the arrest of hundreds of undocumented migrants across the United States last week was in keeping with his campaign promise to remove "illegal criminals.
2019 in the United States – Wikipedia – President Trump announces his intentions to apply a 5 percent tariff on all Mexican imports, effective June 10, to pressure Mexico to do more to crack down on a surge in Central American migrants trying to cross the U.S. southern border. The tariffs are to increase to 10 percent on July 1, and by another 5 percent each month for three months.
Burgeoning numbers of Cubans trying to enter US via Mexico ETSU national alumni association presents 2019 alumni Awards ETSU National Alumni Association presents 2019 alumni awards – The East Tennessee State University National Alumni Association presented its 2019 Alumni Awards on Friday, May 3, during the association’s Awards Banquet and Annual Meeting, which is held
About 2,000 children have been separated from their parents or guardians over six weeks, according to US authorities. Since children cannot be sent to the facilities where their parents are held.
Trump’s visit comes just days after his Justice Department sued to block California laws designed to protect people living in the U.S. illegally and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions followed.
An idea floated by President Donald Trump to send immigrants from the border to "sanctuary cities" to exact revenge on Democratic foes could end up doing the migrants a favor by placing them in.
Washington – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday hailed the agreement reached with the Mexican government last week. California rattles the region Justin Amash says modern politics "is trapped.
Some U.S.-bound passengers have been prevented from boarding flights to the U.S. and several people were detained on arrival in New York in the wake of President Trump’s order to ban entry for.
Graduada cruza frontera de Texas para abrazar a su padre deportado (NOTICIAS YA).- Video de una joven abrazando a su padre quien no poda ir a su graduacin se hace viral. las imgenes conmovedoras comienzan con Leslie Silva caminando por el Puente Internacional Zaragoza que divide El Paso, Texas y Ciudad Jurez, Chihuahua.. Con todo y su toga y birrete, cruza la frontera para encontrarse con su padre quien no poda acompaarla en su graduacin de la.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) is not a fan of President Donald Trump’s apparent plan to end birthright citizenship via executive order. The relevant portion of the amendment reads: "All persons born or.
A flight of migrant families who crossed illegally into the Rio Grande Valley area of the southwest border will arrive in San Diego this afternoon, according to Border Patrol. It is the first.
Premier Giuseppe Conte said Friday that several EU States have agreed to take some of the 40 migrants on board the Sea-Watch 3 to end the deadlock regarding the search-and-rescue ship. "Three or four countries are willing to take part in the redistribution of the Sea-Watch migrants," Conte told reporters at the G20 summit in Osaka.