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    Migrants landings increase along U.S. borders

    03:26
  • Federal authorities arrive in Florida after surge of migrants

    02:43
  • Border Patrol officers arrest migrants at El Paso Greyhound Station

    01:07
  • Biden makes first presidential trip to border as migrant crisis rages

    02:59
  • Asylum seekers continue to arrive in Florida Keys amid influx

    03:24
  • Influx of migrants temporarily closes Florida national park

    04:26
  • Supreme Court votes to keep Title 42 in place for 6 months

    02:52
  • Supreme Court allowing Title 42 to remain in effect

    02:22
  • Migrant crisis worsening in Texas amid winter weather

    01:28
  • Texas National Guard blocks border sections ahead of end of Title 42

    03:14
  • Afghan brothers who assisted U.S. troops kept apart by immigration system

    04:48
  • Biden administration responds to Supreme Court stay order of Title 42

    03:36
  • Second migrant suicide in NYC shelter puts focus on mental care

    02:25
  • Supreme Court blocks lifting of border restrictions

    03:11
  • Supreme Court orders Title 42 to stay in place amid migrant surge

    02:19
  • Supreme Court orders temporary stay of Title 42

    04:22
  • Appeals court denies request to keep Title 42 in place

    05:59
  • As Title 42 nears end, migrants cross US border in large numbers

    02:18
  • More migrants cross southern border as Title 42 set to expire

    00:27
  • More than 1,000 migrants crossed Rio Grande into El Paso

    02:39

DHS secretary on migrants in Del Rio: officials did not expect ‘the rapidity of the increase’

02:38

More than 11,000 people are in a massive camp of makeshift shelters at the border. A mass convergence of law enforcement, in cars and on horseback, blocked more people from crossing the river into the U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas says officials did not expect “the rapidity of the increase that occurred.”