Amazon Workers Who Commute Across the US-Mexico Border Every Day Are Organizing for Better Working Conditions
Workers say they have faced five-hour commutes to go just a couple miles—and have recently won shuttle bus service from the border through their organizing.
I went to Southall – home to London's biggest South Asian population – to canvass people on the controversial UK Home Secretary.
The coin shows a CBP officer on horseback and reads, “Reining it in since May 28, 1924.”
A Trump-era Title 42 policy has left thousands precariously waiting for a shot to legally enter the U.S. But it’s also incentivized dangerous repeat irregular crossings.
People are applying to enter Europe via this Eastern European country – and they're even faking flights and hotel bookings to do it.
Members of a Border Patrol special ops team killed the gunman, according to the agency, but their actions—and their complicated presence in the community—are under scrutiny.
The federal government has a decades-old legal obligation to provide food and formula to migrant children in federal custody.
The governor of Texas is thinking about attempting to invoke wartime powers and allowing state police to round up immigrants and send them to Mexico—powers normally reserved for the federal government.
VICE News obtained complaints filed on behalf of thousands of migrant children detained last year by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Human rights groups say their detention was illegal, and are demanding clarity on why the refugees were held there in the first place.
"Is the Life in the UK Test a true cultural measure of an immigrant’s intelligence and capabilities?"
Many Ukrainian refugees have decided to go back to Ukraine, despite the fact that the war is ongoing.