The Supreme Court has made a series of impactful decisions recently, both agreeing to hear certain cases as well as declining to hear others.
The inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services reports that thousands more families were separated by the administration than previously thought.
First Nations and indigenous peoples are being disproportionately affected by the shutdown due to their dependence on a host of government agencies and services which have been compromised.
As the government shutdown enters its second week and the chaos ramps up, the president has requested a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers.
Customs and Border Protection, which had custody of the boy and his father, announced the child’s death Tuesday around midday.
Today, the Supreme Court upheld the block on the administration’s ban against immigrants who cross the border outside a legal port of entry and their ability to apply for asylum.
After a tumultuous day of many back-and-forth decisions, the House passed a funding bill with $5 billion allocated for the construction of a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Trump administration has announced that all asylum seekers attempting to enter the country through the southern border will be kept in Mexico while their claim is processed.
Only hours after it appeared as though the government would avoid a shutdown, the president has reversed course and says he will not sign the bill.
The Senate was able to pass a short-term spending bill to avoid a government shutdown just ahead of the holidays.