Immigration Groups Say ‘Cruel’ Border Policies Lead to Migrant Heat Deaths
“Preparing for migration in a changing climate means moving away from the deterrence paradigm and problematic ‘Do Not Come’ messaging."
Biden's Giant Tent City for Migrant Kids Relies on Alabama’s ‘Master of Disaster’
A contractor is getting paid $614 million to house up to 10,000 migrant children on a Texas military base.
Customs and Border Protection Paid $700,000 to Encrypted App Wickr
Motherboard has found procurement records detailing Wickr's first public U.S. law enforcement contract.
Canada-US Border Not Opening Anytime Soon, Justin Trudeau Says
The Canadian prime minister says border talks are "not for today," while U.S. politicians are putting pressure on President Joe Biden to come up with a plan.
For These Fishermen, Crossing an Imaginary Line in the Sea Can Turn Deadly
Every year, fishermen from both India and Pakistan cross each other’s maritime borders and land in jail.
Trump’s Border Wall Is Threatening Endangered Species
The region has long been a critical migration route for species like ocelots and black bears, as well as a focus of binational efforts to restore endangered jaguars, Mexican wolves, and bison.
China's Border Villages Are Fuelling Tensions in India
In the ongoing border dispute between the two nuclear-armed countries, new satellite visuals of yet another Chinese village has triggered concerns of "salami-slicing" all over again.
Chinese Villages Have Sprouted Close to the Indian Border. Here’s What it Means.
Amid escalating border tensions between the two countries, China watchers view these new settlements as an attempt to change the status quo of the unmarked borders.
How an ICE Contractor Tracks Phones Around the World
New documents show how Venntel, which sells some of its location data to ICE, CBP, and the FBI, obtains the information from ordinary apps.
Facial Recognition at the Border Is Fueling Other Forms of Surveillance, Report Says
Facial recognition images taken at border crossings can be repurposed by government agencies and private companies, threatening human rights, the report warns.
I Tried (and Failed) to Pull Off a Romantic Mexican Vacation During COVID-19
I recently travelled from Toronto to L.A. to Baja, taking advantage of some confusing travel bans. It eventually caught up to me.
US Billionaire Allowed to Skip Quarantine Because of a Border Mistake: Minister
A U.S. billionaire, who is one of the top donors to the republican party, was allowed to enter Canada and skip the two week mandatory quarantine because of a border agency mistake, officials say.