What Effect Has The Trump Administration Had On Immigration So Far?
The Department of Homeland Security released immigration stats for the 2017 fiscal year.LEARN MORE
Apprehensions along the U.S. southern border are at a seven-month high.
New statistics show the number of people detained or denied entry along the U.S. border with Mexico has steadily increased for seven months.
Slightly more than 39,000 people were apprehended at the U.S. southern border last month. That's a 12 percent jump from October and the highest levels under President Donald Trump to date.
After Trump's inauguration, arrests plummeted, hitting an all-time low in April. But those numbers have been climbing ever since.
Curbing illegal immigration and building a wall along the U.S. southern border has been a focal point for the Trump administration, which is currently testing eight border wall prototypes.
New York City has reportedly taken in over 100,000 migrants in the last year, straining organizations and resources.
What factors have compelled millions of Venezuelans to leave their homeland and seek refugee status in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S.?
The U.S. Border Patrol said human smugglers or criminal organizations could have caused the baby, estimated to be 2 months old, to be abandoned.
The Queen of Christmas, Mariah Carey, is going on tour this holiday season with 13 stops across North America.
Claudine Gay's inauguration speech included a message to students: Take risks and challenge the status quo.
There were some 300 Native languages spoken when Europeans arrived to what is now America, but it's estimated only about 167 are still around today.