Caitlin Dickerson

immigration reporter for The Atlantic

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staff writer at The Atlantic

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The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy split up thousands of families.

ICE tried stopping quick family reunifications. It didn’t deter immigrants

The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy split up thousands of families.

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This week, Customs and Border Protection announced that more than 170,000 migrants were apprehended in March. It’s the largest surge in 15 years.

US-Mexico border surge: Dangerous homelands might play bigger role than Biden immigration policy

This week, Customs and Border Protection announced that more than 170,000 migrants were apprehended in March. It’s the largest surge in 15 years.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar says his department is about to run out of money to house migrant children. The House is voting today on appropriating that money.

The Head of Customs and Border Protection resigns as outrage mounts over the treatment of detained migrant children

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar says his department is about to run out of money to house migrant children. The House is voting today on appropriating that money.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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