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Final Selection Process for Border Wall Kicks Off

With no clear funding plan in place, Customs and Border Patrol will start reviewing prototypes of President’s Trump’s “big, beautiful wall.”

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The Other Dispute on the U.S.-Mexico Border

In 1848 the United States invaded and forced Mexico to cede almost half its territory. Now some Mexicans want their land back.

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Trump’s Border Surge Set to Collide With Overloaded Courts

Plans to shrink the undocumented immigrant population are missing a crucial ingredient: enough judges to process the cases.

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Let’s Review Who, Exactly, Is Paying for the U.S.-Mexico Wall

Trump says Mexico. But Mexico says no. But now Trump wants money from Congress. But he says Mexico will pay the U.S. back. Of course.

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Mexico Now Expected to Aid Migrants Abroad, Central America, and Border Control

Donald Trump is not even in office yet, but Mexico is already feeling the ramifications of his election.

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Europe Wishes to Inform You That the Refugee Crisis Is Over

But the humanitarian and political crises of the great Syrian exodus are just beginning.

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Pence Splits With Trump On Muslim Ban

Mike Pence just dismissed Trump's Muslim ban, a cornerstone of his campaign.

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