Rappler's latest stories on US border
The US Supreme Court's decision – temporarily in effect while lower court proceedings play out – is a victory for Trump's restrictive immigration policies
Thousands of undocumented migrants wait in fear ahead of nationwide raids that could have them expelled from the United States
A shocking photo of the lifeless bodies of Oscar Alberto Martinez and his 23-month-old daughter Valeria lying face down in the Rio Grande has fueled concern and outrage around the world
John Sanders, appointed to the post just two months ago, says in a letter obtained by several US media outlets that he planned to step down as acting US Customs and Border Protection commissioner on July 5
A US federal judge issues a temporary injunction against using Defense Department funds to pay for barriers on the border between the US and Mexico
(UPDATED) The agreement in principle, with nearly $1.4 billion in money for construction of a wall on the border with Mexico, is far less than Trump had demanded
Around 100 migrants are involved in the New Year's border crossing attempt
The death of 7-year-old Jakelin Caal while in United States custody reignites a debate on immigration policy and the treatment of migrants
Latin Americans have long migrated to the United States – half a million Central Americans cross Mexico each year to chase their American dreams – but they used to do it in secret
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
(3rd UPDATE) Border officials in San Diego, California, say on Twitter they temporarily closed the San Ysidro crossing point – one of the busiest between the two countries – to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The order was lifted some hours later.
The restriction on asylum claims will seek to address what a senior administration official calls the 'historically unparalleled abuse of our immigration system' along the border with Mexico
The US government comes under fierce international criticism for forcibly separating thousands of families, most of them from Central America
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'You look at what's happening in Europe, you look at what's happening in other places, we can't allow that to happen to the United States,' President Donald Trump says. 'Not on my watch.'
US President Donald Trump says 'the drama could drag on'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the 'zero tolerance' policy is legal and necessary to deter the thousands of families crossing the border and asking for asylum each month
President Donald Trump threatens to abrogate NAFTA while demanding Congress to pass tougher immigration legislation and support his plan for a wall along the Mexican frontier
'For the people who say 'no wall' – if you didn't have walls over here, you wouldn't even have a country,' US President Donald Trump says near the border in San Diego
Under the watchful eye of US Border Patrol officers protestors form a human barrier of nearly 1 5 kilometers
The group seizes the Syrian side known as Al Tanaf leaving Iraqi forces guarding the remote outpost in Anbar province very vulnerable
Governor Rick Perry has taken a hard line against immigrant children seeking to enter the United States from Central America