Photo: Yobel Ruiz and his daughter, Milaidy, 5, wait outside an immigration office in Tapachula on March 8, 2022. The pair fled their home in Panama’s Darién Province the month before, after guerrillas kidnapped Ruiz’s wife. Ruiz hopes to be granted asylum and move to Florida where his cousin lives. He still does not know
Photo: A Border Patrol agent instructs migrants who had crossed the Rio Grande river into the U.S. in Eagle Pass, Texas Pandemic-related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border must continue, a judge ruled Friday in an order blocking the Biden administration’s plan to lift them early next week. The ruling was just
Guest host Noel Campbell interviews Matt Salmon about his stands on issues such as the border crisis, Title 42, water, and election integrity.
A federal judge ordered a two-week halt Wednesday on the phasing out of pandemic-related restrictions on seeking asylum — and raised doubts about the Biden administration’s plan to fully lift those restrictions on May 23. For now, the decision is only a temporary setback for the administration. But the judge staked out a position that
White House officials said Tuesday that a potential court order delaying the end of Title 42 would only worsen the border crisis that state officials claim they are trying to prevent by seeking the order. The comments came one day after a federal judge agreed with three states, including Arizona, to temporarily stop the administration’s
Attorney General Mark Brnovich applauds the court for granting a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against the Biden administration to keep Title 42 in place, even though it has already tried to roll it back ahead of the May 23rd deadline. “We applaud the Court for approving our request for a Temporary Restraining Order to keep Title