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San Diego Convention Center Taking in More Migrant Children

The San Diego Convention Center, first repurposed as an overflow center for migrant teenage girls, will now take in younger boys and girls.

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Andrew Yang Tweeted About Street Vendors And People Are Furious

New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang's suggestion that street vendor licenses aren't being properly enforced didn't go over well.

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Key Homeland Security Positions Still Waiting to be Filled

It’s almost been 100 days since President Joe Biden took office, but nearly 400 key positions in the federal government remain unfilled.

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Migrant Boy Found Wandering Alone Was Deported and Kidnapped

A young boy whose video was shared widely online was kidnapped and separated from his mother when his family couldn't pay for her release.

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New Jersey Hunger Striker Risking His Life and Worrying His Family

A longtime New Jersey resident is taking part in his second hunger strike after being transferred to a Florida jail.

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18,663 Migrant Children Arrived at the Border in March

A record number of unaccompanied migrant children arrived at the border in March, leaving the government struggling to find shelter space.

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Parents of 445 Migrant Children Still Haven’t Been Found

About 2,800 children were separated from their parents under the Trump administration's “zero tolerance” policy.

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NY and NJ Students Taking Online Courses in Other Countries

Some immigrant parents have sent their children back to family in their home countries as they try to balance work and online schooling.

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Human Smugglers Spread False Hope to Migrants Through Facebook

Coyotes are using Facebook to tell Central Americans interested in crossing the U.S.-Mexico border that it’s a “100 percent” safe journey.