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    DACA's Survival Again Rests In The Courts

    10:48
  • Migrants’ lawyer slams DeSantis for using them as ‘political props’

    03:00
  • Migrants Making The Treacherous Journey North are Fleeing Communism and Persecution

    06:45
  • Italy Headed for First Far-Right Government Since World War II

    08:19
  • ‘Premeditated, fraudulent and illegal’: DeSantis facing lawsuits over ‘cruel’ migrant stunt

    06:46
  •  Velshi: Seeking asylum in the U.S. is not a crime. It’s the way of the world.

    06:00
  • Venezuelan migrants speak about dangerous journey, goals for life in U.S.

    10:28
  • Jared Kushner says it's 'very troubling' to see migrants being used as political pawns

    03:37
  • DeSantis keeps migrant plane stunt funding opaque; charter company's GOP ties scrutinized

    08:13
  • Jeh Johnson: Sending migrants to Democratic states is a political stunt

    07:45
  • Gov. DeSantis is not solving a problem, it is not a solution: WH press secretary

    05:48
  • White House frustrated by GOP governors 'playing games' with immigration

    02:04
  • U.S. ambassador to U.N. slams GOP governors for ‘using immigrants as political pawns’

    07:49
  • 'Despicable': DeSantis is using migrants as 'pawns in a political stunt' - Sen. Chris Coons

    06:38
  • Book outlines Trump's desire to sow divisions throughout American life

    06:41
  • Calls for criminal investigation after 'manipulated' migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard

    03:45
  • NYC Mayor Adams: Bussing Migrants is "Inhumane and Anti-American"

    05:09
  • Newly arriving migrants deceived by misinformation from Abbott and DeSantis 

    04:43
  • 'Using people as political pawns' MA State Rep. on migrants sent to Martha's Vineyard

    05:36
  • DeSantis takes page from autocrats' playbook with migrant plane stunt

    03:29

Sessions adding judges, prosecutors to border for caravan asylum claims

01:37

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Wednesday that the Justice Department is sending more judges and prosecutors to the border to quickly process asylum cases relating to the Central American migrant caravan.