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Nearly half of the migrants in the caravan that Trump warned ‘had better be stopped’ have already entered the US
Despite President Donald Trump's vows that a migrant caravan "better be stopped" before it reached the US, at least 88 migrants have already set foot on US soil and are applying for asylum.
Trump lashed out at Mexico over a ‘caravan’ of migrants heading to the US — take a look at the people who got him riled up
"They were going to just walk right through Mexico and right through the border," Trump said on Tuesday, after multiple tweets assailing the migrants.
"Since 2012, we have seen an increase, and it's likely this curve will keep going up unless something extraordinary happens," a security official said.
The 56-year-old suspected was arrested at a hospital in Tamaulipas.
John Kelly reportedly pressured the Homeland Security chief to end Honduran immigrants’ protected status
Kelly was reportedly frustrated by the decision because it could lead to tough questions for the nominee he picked to head the Homeland Security Department.
Trump says Mexico has ‘the absolute power’ to stop ‘Caravans’ of migrants — here’s what he’s missing
Trump's repeated broadsides against Mexico over security and immigration appear to gloss over important details about US policy and the situation on the ground.
Cocaine production in Colombia has surged in recent years, and much of the drug is smuggled to the US.
A new report estimates that coffee growing areas in South America — the world's largest coffee-producing region — could shrink by as much as 88% by 2050.
Apprehensions at the border are up for the third straight month, but deportations from the US are below the pace set for much of the Obama administration.
"People have speculated that Salvatrucha might be a play on words of Salvadoran and trucha, meaning 'street smart.' Others say it just sounded good."