The incoming president has not said what he plans to do with the tens of thousands of asylum-seekers living in limbo in crowded shelters and makeshift camps along the border.
In a speech at the border on January 12, President boasted of his barrier construction along the border, his commitment to law enforcement and warned that loosening his tough immigration policies would be a "disaster."
"There was an incident this afternoon at the San Ysidro Port of Entry at about 2 p.m. that resulted in fatal injuries," U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement on Tuesday.
With the Trump administration's days in office waning, we are set for the messy and divisive politics of immigration to return to national preeminence.
"My tweet intended to educate the American people that borders matter and the great things done by the men and women of CBP and [the Department of Homeland Security] as a whole," Mark Morgan said.
Unverified footage shared on Twitter appeared to show a construction vehicle discarding large amounts of rubble down a mountainside.
U.S. citizens seeking to bring family members to the U.S. could also be forced to hand over their biometric data under the proposed rule.
"We're going to charge a small fee at the border," President Donald Trump said of his bid to make Mexico pay for the border wall.
Two new reports show engineering concerns about Trump's privately-built border wall, which experts say is at risk of collapse.
"We're off the coast of St. Tropez in southern France in the Mediterranean," Bannon said in the clip. "We're on the million-dollar yacht, Brian Kolfage. And Brian Kolfage, you took all that money from Build a Wall."
A large street mural reading "DEFUND THE WALL" is planned to be completed after city council members in Laredo, Texas unanimously approved of the plan.
"It is inhumane, all that we have to go through," one asylum seeker told Newsweek.
The president still has more than 200 miles of border wall to build before the end of 2020.
Sonoyta residents formed a blockade with their vehicles at the border.
"No more crossings from the United States into Mexico for visitors who do not have essential activities," Sonora Health Secretary Enrique Clausen said.
Marijuana worth $632,000 was found inside the commercial shipment intercepted at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility in Texas.
"They deserve to be thought about just as much as any other person," said Dr. Andrea Gaspar.
A man suspected of crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally is the first person in CBP custody to test positive for COVID-19.
Trump has ordered a significant increase in counter-narcotics and border control operations, which could draw the armed forces into another resource drain and a controversial mission.
The protest group said it was the "first warning" for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to boost controls at the border.
Meanwhile, the U.S. is expected to issue tighter border restrictions.
"The administration is using the pandemic as a pretext," said Human Rights First's Director of Refugee Protection Eleanor Acer.
The rule, expected to be announced over the next two days, will reportedly see all asylum seekers, undocumented foreigners rejected at the border points of entry. They will not be detained.
The rule is expected to go into effect on April 8 this year.
The 19-year-old, a U.S. citizen from San Juan in Texas, was driving a Ford Mustang when he was stopped by CBP officers on the Anzalduas-Reynosa International Bridge on his way home.
"It's a sobering realization to note that this is something that is clearly a violation of international human rights law and it's happening in the United States," said Dr. Ranit Mishori.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said officers intercepted a tractor-trailer at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility in Pharr, Texas.
"Today's decision is a tremendous victory for communities everywhere fighting courageously to uphold human dignity," said Alvaro Huerta, staff attorney at the National Immigration Law Center.