DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is scheduled to be in Honduras on Wednesday to sign an agreement with Central American leaders.
Investigators have been searching coast to coast for the culprit and motives behind the bizarre mail bomb plot aimed at critics of the president.
The Trump administration has not settled on a plan for what to do if a migrant caravan arrives at the southern border.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday called the wildfire situation in California part of "the new normal" and said the state has the money today to fight fires but cautioned things could get tighter in coming years due to a downturn.
CNBC ranks Trump's quotes on the Fed and a slew of comments related to his controversial statement in Helsinki on Russian meddling.
The Trump administration claims it completed the first round of reunifications Thursday of families separated at the border, according to USA Today.
Nancy Pelosi's rebuke of Maxine Waters echoes the decisions Democrats face over whether to call for President Donald Trump's impeachment.
President Donald Trump is trash-talking a restaurant that refused to serve his press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
A rundown of what's changed and what hasn't after Trump ended the practice of separating children from parents who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Experts say Trump should repeal Attorney General Jeff Sessions' zero tolerance policy for starters.
Trump said he will not end the administration's "zero tolerance" policy of criminally prosecuting every adult who crosses U.S. borders illegally.
U.S. President Donald Trump told Republican lawmakers he would back either of the immigration bills making their way through the House of Representatives.
An escalating trade war and an unpopular immigration policy threaten to hurt Republicans as the midterms approach, even as the nation's unemployment rate sits near historic lows.
Officials did not have data on how many children had been reunited with their parents, nor on how border patrol officers determine whether children are too young to separate from their mothers.
Trump's comments bring fresh questions about what he wants in an immigration bill and whether Congress can pass one.
Tech executives have previously raised concerns about White House immigration policies, including Trump's travel ban.
Numerous Republicans and Democrats in Congress have now called on the White House to immediately halt the policy, which critics have called inhumane and un-American.
The push underscores the massive resistance the White House faces for the policy of splitting up families crossing U.S. borders illegally.
An audio recording that appears to capture the voices of small Spanish-speaking children crying out for their parents at a U.S. immigration facility took center stage Monday.
Some of Trump's most reliable allies in the media and politics have voiced their concerns for the thousands of children taken from their parents who tried to cross the border illegally.