From the start of the Biden administration to August 2022, “U.S. authorities have reported at least 372 cases of family separation,” but Observer reporters found additional cases.
Laments the failure to pass a law outlawing separation of migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
An extensive narrative of how the U.S. government came to carry out the Trump administration’s family separation policy, by investigative reporter Caitlin Dickerson.
A policy-by-policy overview of what it would take for the Biden administration to undo the Trump administration’s hardline border and migration policies.
A public defender in El Paso ran up against the Trump administration’s early rollout of its family separation policy.
An investigation into the human consequences of giving broad discretionary powers to an agency with insufficient training and capacity.