US President Donald Trump suggested shooting migrants in the legs to slow them down, according to a new book.
US immigration authorities separated more than 1,500 children from their parents at the Mexico border early in the Trump administration, the American Civil Liberties Union said on Thursday,
They come for the tacos. Or the music. Or the nightlife. They stay to live a less-expensive lifestyle or to retire in a casita in the sand. American immigrants living the Mexican dream can have the same hopes and goals of the Mexican immigrant in the United States: to get a little ahead or to start a new life. There may be more Americans
The rafts, made of plywood planks lashed to fat inner tubes, float back and forth all day, piloted by camareros who push poles deep into the riverbed to guide their vessels in a rough echo of Venetian gondoliers. The cargo depends on the direction. From Mexico to Guatemala, it’s usually cans of cooking oil or bags of rice,
So the point in question among the myriad points mentioned above is the plastic pollution caused by protective gear.
The world watched in horror last year as the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy left thousands of children separated from their parents with many held in cages
“Africa weeps. Free us.” That’s the message handwritten in French and Spanish on a protest banner at a tent city here in the southernmost tip of Mexico. The tents belong to some
As a top adviser to Trump's presidential campaign who later served as chief White House strategist, Bannon helped articulate the right-wing populism and fierce opposition to immigration that have helped define Trump's 3-1/2 years in office. Bannon left the White House in August 2017.