The US-Mexico border

Videographic map of the border between the US and Mexico. US President Donald Trump has announced the departure of Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, underscoring his intent to toughen immigration policy amid a surge in illegal crossings along the southern border.VIDEOGRAPHICS

Baby Trump balloon greets Trump at US-Mexico border

A group of protesters fly an inflatable caricature of an infant Donald Trump during a demonstration at US-Mexico border ahead of US President Donald Trump visit.

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Here’s the latest for Friday April 5th: Trump going to US-Mexico border; Barr says Mueller report can’t be immediately released; Suspect pleads not guilty to Nipsey Hussle murder; Fires in three Louisiana African American churches called suspicous.

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Hundreds of cars and barbed wire at US-Mexico border

Hundreds of trucks and vehicles line up to cross from Tijuana and Juarez City into the United States, while US Soldiers install barbed wire ahead of an expected visit to the US-Mexico border by President Donald Trump on Friday.

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Here’s the latest for Monday April 1st: Trump threatens to close US-Mexico border; Nevada politician says Biden kissed the back of her head; Woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother could go free; Rappy Nipsey Hussle killed.

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The Migrants Trapped Below A Overpass In El Paso (HBO)

CPB officials say they’re reaching “breaking point” at the southern border. A large influx of migrants has made El Paso the busiest location on the US-Mexico border. Vice News speaks with the migrants at the border.

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Defense chief gets close look at US-Mexico border

The Pentagon’s acting chief is visiting the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas as he considers how to use emergency powers invoked by President Donald Trump to help build a border wall. (Feb. 23)

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NJ protesters against Trump natl’ emergency plans

Protesters against President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency on the US-Mexico border gathered Monday in Newark as part of a nationwide campaign by the non-profit advocacy group MoveOn.org. As many as 250 events were expected. (Feb. 18)

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Trump says wall needed to stop drugs ‘invasion’

US President Donald Trump defends his decision to declare a national emergency in order to build a wall on the US-Mexico border, saying “walls work 100 percent” and are necessary to stop an “invasion” of crime. Trump also says he expects his move to be challenged in court, but is confident he will prevail.