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Migration to U.S.-Mexico border falls to lowest levels since 2021 surge

Migrants from Central America walk exhausted along a country road as they continue the march towards the US border
Migrants from Central America walk exhausted along a country road as they continue the march towards the US border. Photo: Yahir Ceballos/picture alliance via Getty Images

What an ex-president's arrest says about U.S.-Latin America relations

Former Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez sits, his ankles cuffed, surrounded by police in bulltproof vests and masks
Juan Orlando Hernández (sitting) after his arres on Monday. Credit: STR/AFP via Getty Images

Lawmakers question plans to use robot dogs on U.S.-Mexico border

The robot dog overlooking the U.S.-Mexico border in the desert.
The robot dog. Photo: Courtesy of Ghost Robotics. 

U.S. border draws migrants from Russia, Ukraine

Shawna Chen
Jan 28, 2022 - World

Xiomara Castro becomes Honduras' first female president

Photo of a masked Kamala Harris and Xiomara Castro walking in a hall while speaking, with aides trailing behind them
Honduran President Xiomara Castro and Vice President Kamala Harris walk through the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. Photo: Erin Schaff/The New York Times via AP, Pool

Scoop: White House plans expedited resettlement for Afghan refugees

Afghan refugees are seen walking through a processing center in Qatar.
Afghan Special Immigrant Visa holders enter a processing center at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar, last August. Photo: Sgt. Jimmie Baker/U.S. Army via Getty Images

Biden administration to provide more legal help to migrants

Immigrant men are taken into custody by U.S. Border Patrol agents at the U.S.-Mexico border in Yuma, Arizona.
Migrant men are taken into custody by Border Patrol agents in Yuma, Ariz. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images

The immigration court backlog is growing

Scoop: White House eyes vaccine mandate for migrants

A migrant receives a vaccine dose in Mexico before continuing their journey to the U.S. border
A migrant receives a COVID-19 vaccination in Mexico before continuing to the U.S. border. Photo: Luis Barron/Eyepix Group/Future Publishing via Getty Images