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    'Not in touch': Activist responds to NYC mayor's migrant remarks

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  • Adams calls migrants ‘excellent swimmers’, says they could help lifeguard shortage

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  • Report claims CBP smartphone app leaves migrants vulnerable

    02:55
  • Cities across U.S. run out of funding to shelter migrants

    02:49
  • Southern border sees surge of global migrants

    05:22
  • Florida increases patrol along border as Haitians seek refuge 

    03:39
  • Appeals court to hear arguments over hold on Texas immigration law

    03:30
  • Trump targets Biden’s border policy as he returns to campaign trail

    02:55
  • Trump ramps up immigration rhetoric in new campaign ad

    03:17
  • Georgia lawmakers tighten immigration laws after student’s death

    03:21
  • Town divided over migrant influx

    02:41
  • Federal appeals court appears skeptical over Texas immigration enforcement law

    03:22
  • Appeals court blocks Texas immigration law after Supreme Court action

    00:21
  • Chicago begins evicting migrants from shelters

    02:49
  • Supreme Court allows aggressive Texas migrant law to take effect

    02:13
  • Supreme Court allows Texas to enforce immigration law

    02:34
  • Trump unable to secure $464 million bond

    02:37
  • Exclusive: Father of nursing student killed in Georgia speaks out for first time

    01:59
  • Supreme Court extends stay on consequential Texas immigration law

    04:04
  • Biden’s 2025 budget proposal includes $4.7 billion fund for border security

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Sessions: 'If you are smuggling a child, we will prosecute you'

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined tougher immigration laws on Monday in San Diego. In effort to prosecute all who enter the U.S. illegally, children will now be separated from their parents, instead of keeping them in detention together.