Articles by Debbie Nathan on theintercept.com
“I cried some, but I tried to be strong,” the little boy said when he was reunited with his mother after 38 days of separation.
The practice of turning away asylum-seekers at the border has suddenly become routine, in defiance of U.S. and international law.
New FBI data on assaults against Border Patrol agents shows a 22 percent drop in the number of agents injured.
All along the border, immigrants coming into the U.S. — even those applying for asylum at ports of entry — have had their children removed from them.
Customs and Border Protection has grossly inflated its data on assaults against Border Patrol agents.