Texas: DOJ investigates possible child abuse at juvenile detention centers

U.S. 10/15/21, 14:44

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has launched a statewide investigation into serious allegations of physical and sexual abuse of minor children by staff at five juvenile detention centers in Texas. According to an official statement issued on Wednesday, Oct. 13, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke, children in juvenile ...

10 Governors urge Biden to end border crisis, propose 10-point plan

Central America 10/07/21, 04:14

Republican governors on Wednesday, Oct. 6,  issued a 10-point proposal to end the border crisis, calling on the Biden administration to address the ongoing influx of migrants and change policies that they allege are fuelling those high numbers. "President Joe Biden has caused a humanitarian crisis and chaos on our border," ...

Legal battle: Appeal court allows Title 42 continuation

Central America 10/02/21, 04:14

U.S. appeals court on Thursday, Sept. 30 allowed the Biden administration to keep expelling illegal migrants due to COVID-19 risks. The border policy, known as Title 42, materialized under the Trump administration when the COVID-19 pandemic started to reveal its devastating power in March 2020.  Under the policy, officials can directly return ...

Florida sues Biden for ‘freeing illegal immigrants’

U.S. 09/28/21, 22:53

Florida's chief legal adviser launched a lawsuit against Joe Biden for allegedly releasing unlawful aliens on Sept. 28. State Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) believes the president's immigration policy is illegal. That is why Moody is challenging the Democrat's "catch and release" policy, which freed more than 225,000 illegal immigrants so ...

Border landowner shares his excruciating account of illegal immigrants

U.S. 09/28/21, 15:32

Page Day is a professional outfitter who makes a fortune by hosting hunters on guided deer and exotic animal adventures on his family's 20,000 acres of land in south-central Texas, just miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. However, Day has recently begun to lose part of his business due to hunters' fear ...

Unaccompanied migrant children suffer sexual and physical abuse, government documents reveal

U.S. 09/23/21, 01:22

Unaccompanied migrant children brought across the southern border suffered physical and sexual abuse according to documents recently released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), according to Fox News. The documents were obtained by the watchdog group Judicial Watch through the Freedom of Information Act several months after ...

Border crisis: Biden Administration calls for doubling refugee admissions

U.S. 09/20/21, 21:24

Amid a historic surge of immigrants attempting to enter the United States across the southern border, the State Department proposed doubling refugee admissions for the fiscal year 2022 from 62,500 to 125,000. On Monday, September 20, the State Department issued a press release stating that the President recommended that Congress increase refugee admissions ...

Border crisis grows: Nearly 15,000 illegal migrants camped under Texas bridge

U.S. 09/20/21, 15:14

The border crisis is growing every day. Now more than 14,800 illegal immigrants are crammed under the bridge that connects the small city of Del Rio, Texas, with Mexico, informed Representative August Pfluger (R-Texas) after visiting the place.For Pfluger, the Biden administration must recognize the crisis and take action now; ...

Del Rio Port of Entry blocked due to migrant influx

Central America 09/19/21, 21:08

Thousands of migrants are still waiting under the international bridge between Del Rio and Ciudad Acuña. U.S. Customs and Border Protection responded by temporarily shutting down the infrastructure on Sept. 17. The federal agency that oversees U.S. borders closed the Del Rio Port of Entry, citing "urgent safety and security ...

Border Patrol hires civilians to cope with migrant surge

U.S. 09/19/21, 20:13

A massive influx of Haitian asylum seekers arriving at a small Texas city prompted a federal border protection agency to seek help from civilians. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is hiring anyone who can help free-up agents at Del Rio, 240 miles southwest of Austin. CBP is offering about 1,200 border ...

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