"In Austin we build bridges, not walls," said Mayor Steve Adler.
National Security Commissioner Renato Sales said the plan was "to recover peace and calm for all Mexicans."
"I pitched him an idea that he weirdly didn't want to do," Colin Jost said.
Has Trump's "America First" doctrine marginalized the U.S. in the hemisphere?
Gutierrez added that Democrats were already willing to "go build the wall themselves" if it meant protecting dreamers, but the president shifted the goalposts at the last minute—again.
Kelly made the remarks at a meeting on Wednesday with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, according to Representative Ruben Gallego.
The status of nearly 800,000 so-called Dreamers is being tied to the construction of Trump's long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The president has effectively created code words and metaphors "to lump highly heterogeneous peoples into oversimplified groups," UCLA study says.
New video of a potentially illegal raid by immigration agents in California provides a vivid snapshot of what excessive enforcement actions happening across the country look like under President Donald Trump's directive, advocates say.
The report is based on previously private documents Democratic committee members obtained from a whistleblower.
A jumbotron is going up across from the Capitol building to remind the Republican leadership of the immigrants who could be deported.
The Southern Poverty Law Center announced the lawsuit on Monday.
Border Patrol agents are testing the possible wall's durability and likelihood of a breach, officials said Wednesday.
Despite a historic low in apprehension, violent attacks on Border Patrol agents and customs officials have skyrocketed.
The acquittal of an undocumented immigrant accused of murdering Kate Steinle in 2015 has led to a new push for ending sanctuary cities and passing Kate's Law.
The six Middle Eastern men arrested in Arizona after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in 2015 — an incident right-wing blogs and news outlets used to highlight the need for border control and to stoke terrorism fears – were victims, not terrorists.
'Immigrants are judged to have a better work ethic and to work harder,' researchers write.
Drug traffickers are sending a deluge of illicit and prescription drugs across the border, the latest drug seizure statistics show, a sign traffickers aren't intimidated by President Donald Trump's beefed up border security.
Trump has shifted immigration policy so dramatically that the need for his "big, beautiful" border wall has diminished, experts on both sides of the issue say.
The 20-year-old immigrant detained for more than a month without being charged was to be freed Friday.