Is the crisis and the fear blinding us to our humanitarian responsibilities?
[T]he federal government finally seems to have adopted the language of firmness in its fight against the epidemic. It’s about time.
[T]he Republican Party will find itself facing the same choice ... either accept the new reality and open up to voters of immigrant backgrounds, or keep following the conservative ideas and principles of Trumpian ethnic nationalism.
Honduras does not have the capacity to guarantee physical security, health and food to migrants, considering how difficult it is for the country to do this for its own citizens.
This is not about mere numbers, but about real stories of pain, danger and suffering.
We don't know what Trump's demands will be, relative to his new threat. We do know that the threatening speech will not end.
Almost three years after the start of his presidency, Trump remains committed to building the border wall, a cornerstone of his 2016 election campaign.
There is nothing quite like revealing the huge pile of garbage hiding under a tidy carpet of excellence paraded by the world's leading nation.
The Trump administration takes a negative position on this. But what would you expect?
[A] human wall paid for by Mexico, placed on the southern border and doing the dirty work for the neighboring country to the north.