Department of State

A group of Central American families, including men, women and children, are bundled up in colorful, warm clothing as they walk along the border fence after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico on February 01, 2019.

Asylum Seekers Face Danger in Mexico as U.S. Begins Deportations

Many will be sent to “murderous and cartel-wracked” border cities, reports Reuters. 

Person in winter clothing holds green and white sign that reads, "Refugees are welcome here."

Trump Administration Retreats on Vow to Lower Refugee Cap

After announcing record low refugee cap of 30,000, administration says it will consult Congress before making a final decision. 

 

Federal judge encouraged by new government plans to reunify families separated by Trump's immigrant family separation policy.

Government Submits New Plan to Reunite Separated Immigrant Families

The blueprint calls for several government agencies to work with non-governmental organizations and foreign governments to reunify children with deported parents in their “country of origin.”

Civil rights groups call for end of separation of migrant parents and children at the border

Civil Rights Groups Appeal for International Help in Ending Separation of Immigrant Families

The coalition calls on the Organization of American States’ Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to end “unjustifiable” separation of migrant parents and children at the border.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping (not pictured) at the Great Hall of the People on March 19, 2017, in Beijing, China.

State Department's 'Climate Change' Page Dramatically Altered Online

The revision happened within a day of Secretary Rex Tillerson’s confirmation.