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."
Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that immigration issues along the southern U.S. border were not the fault of Mexico.
"While we welcome this victory, it cannot distract from the urgency and need for robust legislative reform that provides permanent solutions for all Temporary Protected Status holders," said José Palma, spokesperson for the National TPS Alliance.
The newlywed couple collided with each other during a zip-line excursion booked through a cruise company, leaving both with serious injuries.
Three days after the delivery, the family was transferred to a detention center in San Diego.
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.
A border vigilant said he doesn't want the migrants and asylum seekers in the country illegally or legally.
It is unclear when exactly the Honduran nationals returned—or whether they had been traveling with the caravan to the U.S.
The 26-year-old died of a head wound after being shot with a rubber bullet.
Migrants have a right not to be sent back to a country where they will face persecution—or even death.
U.S. law requires that "all immigrants and refugees undergo a medical screening examination to identify inadmissible health conditions," said the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
"We seem to have foiled this attempt," a Fox News reporter says of an apparent illegal border crossing.
The president warned Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that "all payments made to them will STOP (END)" if they "allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States."
Steve Foster, 61, a Democratic candidate running for U.S. Congress in Georgia's 14th District, claimed he drank only two gin and tonics—to aid his malaria—and that he was beaten in jail by Aryan inmates.
Vice president casts doubt on the claims that U.S. asylum seekers are fleeing violence in their home countries.
Miraculously everyone on board survived.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants could face deportation.
"The United States will not stand by as our immigration laws are ignored and our nation's safety is jeopardized," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.
"It felt like the least we could do would be to give them a soft place to land," Charlottesville resident Grace Aheron said.