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A ballot battle highlights broader problems for conservatives this election cycle
Anti-immigrant party becomes third-largest and may hold balance of power as Social Democrats lead new coalition
Only 26 people have been rescued so far on vessel carrying up to 250 migrants, according to Libyan navy
Fault Lines investigates the child migration boom from Central America.
Who is crossing the border into the U.S., and who gets to say?
In run-up to midterm elections, advocates for change in immigration law disappointed by postponement of executive action
Josué Jonas Ramirez, a teenager from El Salvador, is trying to reunite with his mother and brother in New York
A man who guides migrants from Central America to the U.S. border tells Fault Lines about his dangerous treks.
After announcement that he will delay executive action on immigration, critics claim he is playing politics
Over 2,100 migrants have died crossing into Arizona since 2001, and those numbers show no signs of slowing down
A primer on the idiosyncrasies of the policies governing who is allowed in and who gets to stay in the U.S.