In a special "First 100 Days" town hall, two attendees disagreed over President Trump's plan to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
The federal government spends tens of billions of dollars per year to crack down on illegal immigration, William La Jeunesse reported on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a bilateral meeting in Mexico City, offering public remarks following their discussion.
President Obama spoke to leaders from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala today in Washington about the possibility of granting illegal immigrant youths from Central America "refugee" status.
On Friday, the presidents of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras will speak with President Obama at the White House about the influx of Central American children into the United States. Tonight, Greta Van Susteren spoke to Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez about the border crisis.
Thousands of children are crossing America’s border illegally from Central America. Are there any solutions to what’s being called a humanitarian crisis?