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White House calls for domestic cuts to finance border wall

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of $18 billion from programs like medical research, infrastructure and community grants so U.S. taxpayers, not Mexico, can cover the down payment on the border wall. Read more >

Border walls around the world

When the Berlin Wall was torn down a quarter-century ago, there were fewer than 20 border walls around the world. Read more >

Donald Trump's Wall: The human factor

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Embattled Borderlands

Will border wall strike a fatal blow to one of the most imperiled wild regions in North America? A must-watch video story of the U.S.-Mexico border: "But all of these borderlands treasures have been facing the eroding consequences of policies that prioritize large-scale construction of walls and other infrastructure, and that disrupt lives and divide the landscape. Read more >

Private Prisons Memo Could Signal More Immigrant Lockups

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he wants to maintain contracts with private prisons because he's concerned about meeting the federal correctional system's "future needs." But he hasn't said what those needs might be. Read more >

More than 50 detained in immigration raids at Asian restaurants in Mississippi

[Feb. 23, 2017] The first call came Wednesday morning: Federal agents were raiding a Chinese buffet in the city of Pearl. Before long, word spread across Mississippi immigrant communities that agents were targeting a Hibachi grill in nearby Flowood and a sushi restaurant nearly 100 miles away in Meridian. Read more >

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