Immigration

Strangers in strange land, 130 migrants co-exist in shelter

Sep 18, 2019

In the cobbled-together community of El Buen Pastor _ The Good Shepherd _ 130 or so migrants from around the world locked into a shelter every evening at 5:30 p.m., trapped in an immigration purgatory

Texas truck driver pleads guilty in immigrant smuggling case

Sep 17, 2019

Prosecutors say a San Antonio trucker faces up to 10 years in federal prison after trying to smuggle 76 immigrants in a locked trailer through a Border Patrol checkpoint near Laredo

Biden on racism: Whites 'can never fully understand'

Sep 16, 2019

Joe Biden visits a black church in Alabama that was bombed by the Ku Klux Klan in the civil rights era

Correction: Sikh Killed-Anniversary story

Sep 15, 2019

Correction: Sikh Killed-Anniversary story

AP FACT CHECK: Dems claim Trump inspired El Paso killings

Sep 13, 2019

AP FACT CHECK: 2020 Democrats draw a provocative link between Trump and El Paso killings, trip on policy details

Democratic debate: Fiery exchanges over costs of health care

Sep 13, 2019

The top Democratic presidential contenders will finally be on one debate stage on Thursday as Joe Biden tries to solidify his early lead over Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren

The Latest: Biden, Sanders battle over 'Medicare for All'

Sep 13, 2019

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are battling over "Medicare for All" at Thursday's Democratic presidential debate in Texas

Under US pressure Mexico shifts immigration policy

Sep 12, 2019

Under pressure from the U.S. government, Mexico's immigration policy has moved from one that promised to help migrants to one characterized by militarized enforcement under the growing influence of the country's foreign secretary

Gay married couple sues after daughter denied US citizenship

Sep 12, 2019

A gay married couple in Maryland is suing to challenge the State Department's refusal to recognize the U.S. citizenship of their infant daughter, who was born in Canada to a surrogate mother this year

Mexico says it disagrees with US Supreme Court order

Sep 12, 2019

Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard says that Mexico's government doesn't agree with a U.S. Supreme Court order that would block migrants from countries other than Mexico and Canada from applying for asylum at U.S. borders

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