Like a scene from action movie "Daylight," one driver captured water spilling into a New York tunnel under the Hudson River on Tuesday evening.
Most of the 376 people who entered the country on Monday crawled through holes dug by smugglers.
Mexican and U.S. law enforcement agencies discovered a highly sophisticated underground tunnel—featuring a rail system and solar-powered lighting—running underneath the border between Mexico and California.
City council members are hoping to give the project a boost.
The four men had been jailed on drug and fraud charges.
The discovery of the tunnel dug by Jews to escape extermination by the Nazis raises hopes—and disturbing questions.
An additional 460 police officers will also be deployed at the "New Jungle" camp.
Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin calls proposal "biggest, boldest and most far-reaching roads programme for decades"
The Jewish National Burial Society has come up with a solution to overcrowding in Israel's graveyards