Tucker Carlson debated Mexican-American journalist Jorge Ramos over the frontrunner in the 2018 Mexican presidential election reportedly defending the rights of "migrants [across] the American continent" to move to the United States.
During a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday, President Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that Mexico will end up paying for a border wall.
Tucker Carlson debated a Mexican-American journalist after all four of Mexico's presidential candidates reportedly agreed their country should help migrants reach the United States.
American lawyers are holding "seminars" to help migrants fight the government in court.
Martha MacCallum and Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo discussed the "caravan" of Honduran nationals transiting through Mexico toward the United States border.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox addressed American farmers Friday, telling them that by President Trump criticizing NAFTA, it is leading Mexico to look elsewhere for markets from which to buy crops.
Mexico's ambassador to the United States told Martha MacCallum in a "Story" exclusive that his country does not promote illegal immigration.
In the battle over DACA and immigration policy, President Donald Trump "won" the latest round of the political battle, Greg Gutfeld said on "The Five."
Tucker Carlson said in his monologue that Mexico effectively uses the United States as its "welfare system."
A member of Mexican ex-President Vicente Fox's cabinet said Tuesday that President Donald Trump should adopt a "more humanitarian Christian attitude" with Mexico.
President Trump said he has spoken to Defense Secretary James Mattis about the U.S. military being used to police the southern border.
Tucker Carlson debated an illegal immigration advocate over whether Mexico should stop the caravan of Honduran nationals bound for the United States.