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President Donald Trump visited the $147-million border wall replacement project in Otay Mesa, California, on Wednesday, and called it "amazing."
A military base is losing its funding for a new middle school so money can be shifted to Trump’s border wall
The middle school is one of 127 military construction projects that Defense Department officials said this week would be delayed or halted.
A 6-month-old baby girl apprehended at the US-Mexico border who was rushed to a hospital for a medical emergency is now in stable condition
CBP confirms that a 6-month-old baby girl is in stable condition after taken by helicopter to hospital after crossing the Rio Grande with her father.
Money from a retirement program for the US military is set to be diverted to pay for Trump’s border wall
The Supreme Court decided last week that Department of Defense funding could be used to construct sections of President Donald Trump's border wall.
More than 900 migrant children have been split from their parents since Trump formally ended family separations last year
The ACLU is asking a federal judge to clarify when children can be taken from their parents — meaning only if the parent is truly dangerous or unfit.
2 professors installed bright pink seesaws across the US-Mexico border as a show of unity amid growing divides
The set of seesaws were installed across the US-Mexico border to bring together children in Sunland Park, New Mexico, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
A 3-year-old girl was asked to choose between her mom or dad as a border patrol agent tried to separate the family
A young girl named Sofi was asked by a Border Patrol agent if she wanted to go with her mom, or her dad, as they tried to separate the migrant family.
A 4-month-old baby was separated from his parents at the border last year and still can’t walk or speak. Experts say he could grow up with traum...
Constantin Mutu was 4 months old when he was separated from his father, and 9 months old when he was finally reunited.
The children who have been detained in appalling conditions at the border could bear scars from the experience for life, experts say
Childhood development experts say the children who endured hardship or trauma in US Border Patrol facilities will have a long road to recovery.
The Smithsonian is interested in collecting the heartbreaking drawings migrant children made of their time in border facilities
The Smithsonian said it has a "long commitment to telling the complex and complicated history of the United States."