Haiti is still in turmoil, and this isn't going to help. As many as 17 Americans were kidnapped in the Caribbean nation by alleged gang members.
Despite still-fresh images of white men on horseback rounding up Haitian migrants in Texas, the Biden administration is on the hunt for a new contract to operate a migrant detention facility at the U.S. naval base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
In a stunning reversal, Haitian migrants who gathered in Texas to seek asylum were reportedly not facing deportations and being allowed to stay in the U.S. after outrage grew from Border Patrol agents on horseback appearing to whip them.
Mainstream media has saturated photos of thousands of Haitian migrants seeking asylum gathered in Del Rio, Texas, but few outlets have shown Border Patrol on horseback hunting down the migrants to deport them in pictures that evoke images of slavery.
Ahead of the 2020 election, there was much talk about Trump and his inhumane treatment of those seeking asylum. Advocate groups have not let up on demands for humanitarian treatment for asylum seekers simply because there is a new president.
Naomi Osaka is making a big move that could help millions of families in Haiti who were affected by the devastating earthquake.
Reflecting on multiple international crises, the freshman lawmaker joins calls for the US to have a people-first approach to granting refugee status to people from Haiti and Afghanistan.
The death toll from Haiti's latest earthquake was growing as photos and video from the destruction began showing the extent of the devastation, injuries and hopelessness inflicted on a nation already reeling from natural and political disasters.
In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the senators called for Haitians in the U.S. to remain under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation.