Thousands more asylum seekers are trying to make their way to Mexico from Honduras.
Hundreds of Honduran asylum seekers are once again making their way to the U.S. border to claim asylum.
A group of Minnesotans with diabetes said they were traveling north for five hours to buy insulin for a tenth of what the drug costs in the U.S.
One general in attendance said, "This is something that you go to the mat over. Your Marines and their families."
Sunday morning's Fox & Friends applauded President Donald Trump's directive to cut aid to Central American countries by declaring, "Trump Cuts U.S Aid to 3 Mexican Countries."
After Mexico announced employment opportunities in the southern part of its territory, thousands of people have allegedly begun a new journey.
Seven-year-old Jackeline Caal of Guatemala died of apparent dehydration, shock and exhaustion in what the U.S. calls "a very sad example of the dangers of this journey."
The 16-day trip will be the longest stay Trump has had at Mar-a-Lago since he was inaugurated.
"It may seem like a lot of money to you...but it is a small sum compared to everything that the United States has stolen from Honduras," organizer Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa said.
The U.S. alleged that Syria and Russia used tear gas in a "false flag" attack that came one day before border patrol used the substance at the border.
The trio of hosts on Fox & Friends were visually frustrated while discussing an AP story Thursday about a 19-year-old Central American migrant giving birth on U.S. soil.
The toddler has been treated and detained along with family members, Customs and Border Protection said.
Thousands of Central Americans have died or gone missing in their bid to claim asylum in the U.S.
Children cry outside collapsed makeshift tents, while people try to salvage their belongings from the mud and standing water engulfing the temporary camp.
"She fled Honduras because here transgender people are discriminated against," Roxsana Hernandez's family has said. "She left with hopes of living a better life."
Conservative news outlets have made unfounded claims that photos showing a woman fleeing tear gas at the border was a "fake news production."
"This is what they do. They're experts, and it shows," said Benjamin Attella, a logistics section chief for U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
President Donald Trump said the tear gas aimed at the migrants was safe. Medical experts disagree and said it could have long-lasting effects, especially on children.
The Defense Logistics Agency announced Wednesday that it would ship tons of turkey, fixings and even eggnog to service members serving at the border and abroad.