Immigration

Just North of the US-Mexico Border, ‘Little Dog,’ ‘Weasel’ and Other Militia Members Keep an Eye Out for Migrants
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Just North of the US-Mexico Border, ‘Little Dog,’ ‘Weasel’ and Other Militia Members Keep an Eye Out for Migrants

Robert Crooks is up before sunrise on a hill he calls “Patriot Point,” walkie-talkie in hand and loaded semi-automatic handgun holstered on his right hip. Read More

Border Patrol Prepares for Arrival of US Troops, Migrant Caravan
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Border Patrol Prepares for Arrival of US Troops, Migrant Caravan

Here in the Border Patrol’s busiest region, agents and military officials are preparing for the arrival in coming days and weeks of 800 U.S. troops and an immigrant caravan of thousands. An emergency operations center has... Read More

Pentagon will send thousands of additional troops to the border
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Pentagon will send thousands of additional troops to the border

The Trump administration ordered 5,200 additional troops to the southwest border Monday, more than doubling the military presence there and widening the Pentagon’s role in domestic policing operations. The move is in response to a caravan... Read More

If Parents Get Deported, Who Gets Their Children?
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If Parents Get Deported, Who Gets Their Children?

As the Trump administration increases immigration enforcement actions against working adults, grandparents and other extended family members — often immigrants themselves — are stepping in to care for many of those... Read More

On the Border in El Paso, the Migrant Caravans Arrive so Regularly There’s a Housing Crunch
Immigration
On the Border in El Paso, the Migrant Caravans Arrive so Regularly There’s a Housing Crunch

While President Donald Trump railed against a migrant caravan wending its way north through Mexico this week, hundreds of Central American immigrant families had already arrived at the border and been released into the U.S. by authorities. Read More

Pentagon to Order More Troops to Border After Trump Vows to Use Military to Halt Migrant Caravan
Immigration
Pentagon to Order More Troops to Border After Trump Vows to Use Military to Halt Migrant Caravan

The Pentagon is sending 800 or more additional troops to the Southwest border in response to President Donald Trump’s vow to use the military to block a caravan of Central American immigrants from entering the United States, a U.S. ... Read More

Migrant Caravan Continues March Through Mexico
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Migrant Caravan Continues March Through Mexico

A caravan of Central American immigrants started walking north into Mexico early Sunday, continuing their journey to the U.S. border. More than 1,000 immigrants set out before dawn on the only road out of the small Mexican... Read More

FULL VIDEO: Arizona Senate Debate
2018 Midterms
FULL VIDEO: Arizona Senate Debate

Candidates for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat, U.S. Representatives Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R), debated at an event hosted by Arizona PBS and the Arizona Republic in Phoenix. They discussed the Trump administration, tariffs, Supreme Court ... Read More

FULL VIDEO: Virginia 7th Congressional District Debate
2018 Midterms
FULL VIDEO: Virginia 7th Congressional District Debate
2018-10-15 01:24:36
by TWN Staff

Candidates for Virginia’s 7th Congressional District seat, incumbent Representative Dave Brat (R) and challenger Abigail Spanberger (D), took part in a debate. They discussed the national debt, education funding, immigration, and health care reform. Read More

How 2 California Republicans Handle Trump’s Hard Line on Immigration Could Define Their Futures
Immigration
How 2 California Republicans Handle Trump’s Hard Line on Immigration Could Define Their Futures

At a recent backyard meet-and-greet, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher pivoted from a campaign pledge that was eliciting silence — “new-generation nuclear energy” — to one sure to rile the Huntington Beach crowd. “We went... Read More

Judge Suspends Trump Administration’s Decision to End Protected Status for Thousands of Immigrants
Immigration
Judge Suspends Trump Administration’s Decision to End Protected Status for Thousands of Immigrants

A U.S. district judge in San Francisco has dealt a blow to the Trump administration’s decision to rescind temporary protected status for hundreds of thousands of immigrants. The ruling late Wednesday afternoon will... Read More

US may Restrict Green Cards to Aid Recipients in New Crackdown
Immigration
US may Restrict Green Cards to Aid Recipients in New Crackdown

The U.S. may deny green cards to immigrants who’ve legally used or seem likely to use a range of public benefits, including food assistance or housing vouchers, under new rules announced by the Trump administration on Saturday. Read More

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