The legislation to keep the government open through Dec. 21 will delay a politically pitched fight over the president's proposed border wall.
The legislation would fund parts of the government at current levels through Dec. 21 and avert Friday's government shutdown deadline.
A wall, in its most basic form, is a physical barrier. In isolation, it's not political. A wall can keep people out or hold people in. Here's what history might tell us about the U.S.-Mexico border today.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis extended active-duty troops until Jan. 31, in order to help "harden" the border in response to a caravan of migrants from Central America.
Both chambers aim to approve a funding extension by voice vote before Friday's government shutdown deadline.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it would not hear a challenge to the Trump administration's proposed border wall brought by environmental groups who say construction could threaten endangered animals and violate environmental laws.
Schumer targeted Trump's demand for $5 billion for his proposed border wall, which has derailed talks and raised the specter of a partial shutdown.
Net migration of European Union citizens to Britain fell to its lowest level in nearly six years during the year to June, extending a decline seen since the 2016 Brexit vote.
LONDON, Nov 29- Net migration of European Union citizens to Britain fell to its lowest level in nearly six years during the year to June, extending a decline seen since Britain voted to leave the European Union in 2016, official data showed on Thursday. The number of EU citizens moving to Britain, minus those leaving, dropped to 74,000 over the period, its lowest...
The funding and shutdown fight has stakes for how much of Trump's immigration agenda he can enact as a migrant crisis plays out at the southern border.
U.S. President Donald Trump said he would "totally be willing" to shut down the federal government unless Congress authorized $5 billion to fund his long-promised border wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico, according to a Politico interview released on Wednesday.
The Trump administration will spend $72 million to send troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to confront a caravan of migrants seeking asylum, nearly double what it requested for the entire 2019 fiscal year to hire immigration judges.
The morning after a court filing revealed that Trump's ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort was accused of breaking his plea deal by lying to investigators, Trump wrote in a trio of bellicose tweets that "Mueller is a conflicted prosecutor gone rogue."
President Donald Trump comments on General Motors and the company’s decision to cut production and jobs at several North American plants.
Trump — who has cast many of the asylum-seeking migrants fleeing violence in Central America as violent criminals — seized on the clash Monday as he pushes for Congress to fund his proposed border wall.
All border traffic was halted at the busy crossing between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico.
Incoming interior minister Olga Sanchez Cordero said Saturday that a plan for Mexico to be a safe third country for asylum claimants in the U.S. were "ruled out," following reports in the Washington Post of a deal with the Trump administration.
The movement of thousands of active-duty troops to the border has been criticized as a political stunt designed to back Trump's campaign promise of securing U.S. ports of entry.
President Donald Trump issued the ban this month in response to the caravans of migrants that have started to arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis will travel to Texas on Wednesday to visit troops currently deployed in support of the Southwest border mission.