Posted on · On Friday's show: Protests are planned this weekend as the National Rifle Association's annual convention takes place in Houston just days after the school shooting in Uvalde. We learn who's speaking at this year's event and what to expect from activists outside the George R. Brown Convention Center.
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Posted on · Community leaders are calling on the Biden administration to halt deportations and investigate alleged misconduct by the border patrol.
Posted on · Local groups are stepping in to help Haitian refugees coming to Houston from a dire situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Posted on · Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas warned would-be migrants that “your journey will not succeed” and promised to investigate the actions of mounted agents at the Rio Grande.
Posted on · To some, this scene represents a broken immigration system that opportunistic migrants are taking advantage of. To others, it presents an opportunity for America to once again welcome people in need from around the world.
Posted on · Texas officials say they are seeing a "historic surge" in migration along the southern border. Thousands of new arrivals from Haiti are straining an already overstretched effort to deal with them.
Posted on · Abbott’s announcements come as thousands of migrants — mostly from Haiti — have gathered under an international bridge in Del Rio.
Posted on · Many Haitian migrants left home and tried to build lives in Latin America, but faced racism, poverty and language barriers. Now, as the U.S. rebounds from the pandemic, a growing number of them are abandoning those countries and making their way to the Texas-Mexico border.
Posted on · The shelter, or "family transfer center," offers food and other accommodations to families who have recently been processed and released by federal officials at the Texas-Mexico border.
Posted on · Justice Elena Kagan wrote for the court Monday that federal immigration law prohibits people who entered the country illegally and now have Temporary Protected Status from seeking “green cards” to remain in the country permanently.
Posted on · Hundreds of thousands of immigrants will suddenly lose their right to live in the U.S. if the Trump administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status is upheld.
Posted on · The African Union was "frankly alarmed" by President Trump's comments. Haiti said they were "misguided," while the U.N. called them "racist." And around the world, officials are asking for clarity
Posted on · If the U.S. ends temporary protected status for 300,000 Caribbean and Central American workers, there are fears it will have ripple effects — especially on post-hurricane construction.
Posted on · The Department of Homeland Security announced that Haitians living in the United States since a catastrophic 2010 earthquake will have to return to their home