Thousands of asylum seekers are living in Mexican border cities as their cases play out in U.S. immigration court, because of the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. This series profiles asylum-seeking families in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, stuck in legal limbo during a global pandemic.
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A Nicaraguan family tried to seek asylum in the United States. When they arrived at the border, they were instead sent to Mexico to wait out their case and are facing challenges they didn't expect.
The fierce, openly partisan rhetoric is attention-grabbing, but it remains the exception in America’s diverse religious landscape, even in this divisive election year. Most members of the clergy, including foes of abortion, steer clear of overt endorsements or denunciations of political candidates.
One centers on the use of military funds to pay for building part of a border wall. The other revolves around the "Remain in Mexico" policy that makes asylum-seekers stay out of the U.S.
Wildfires and floods threaten tens of millions of properties in the U.S. But most Americans get little or no information about climate risks when they move.
PBS & Houston Public Media invited major party candidates in races around Texas to film a video for this series. Watch those candidates who participated give you their pitch.
Elections can be complicated, and the pandemic has only heightened the situation. Follow the latest news about all the Election 2020 races in North Texas and around the state.
The public radio stations that make up The Texas Newsroom are tracking cases and deaths based on counts from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
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