Mexico Wall News
US defence secretary Mark Esper approves funding of $3.6 billion to build Donald Trump's wall along Mexican border
Defense Secretary Mark Esper approved the use of $3.6 billion in funding from military construction projects to build 175 miles of Trump's wall along the Mexican border.
'Wanted a better life for her,' says mother of Gurupreet Kaur, Indian girl who died near US-Mexico border
The parents of 6-year-old Indian girl Gurupreet Kaur, who died of heat stroke near the US-Mexico border, said they sought asylum in the US because they 'wanted a safer and better life for her'.
At 30-day mark, US shutdown logjam remains over Mexico wall funding; Donald Trump lashes out after Democrats dismiss 'compromise'
Thirty days into the partial govt shutdown, Democrats and Republicans appeared no closer to ending the impasse than when it began, with Donald Trump lashing out at his opponents after they dismissed a plan he'd billed as a compromise.
Daily Bulletin: Rahul Gandhi to address 15 rallies in UP after SP-BSP alliance; Al-Badr commander killed in Kulgam encounter; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Rajasthan BJP MLAs to elect their leader today; Congress ready with plan for UP, Rahul Gandhi to address 15 rallies; Missy Elliott becomes first female hip-hop artist inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame; and more.
Donald Trump calls Indian-origin police officer killed in US, Ronil Singh, a 'national hero' killed by illegal alien
US president Donald Trump furthered the clamour for a border wall with Mexico, saying Ronil Singh had been 'savagely murdered'.
Donald Trump says he is prepared to shut down US government 'for as long as it takes' over Mexico border wall
US president Donald Trump said that he was prepared to shut the US government down for months or even years, to force Congress to provide billions for a border wall with Mexico
Donald Trump reiterates need for wall along US-Mexico border to curb immigration, seeks funds from citizens
US President Donald Trump has called for the building of the Mexico wall and has asked for the US citizens to contribute for the wall
Mexico's President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed that his country would not be threatened by a wall, in a thinly veiled rebuke to US President Donald Trump's jabs.
Donald Trump inspects 8 prototypes for Mexico border wall, says if not for walls, you 'wouldn't even have a country'
Donald Trump—making his first trip to California as president—warned, on Tuesday, there would be "bedlam" without the controversial wall he wants to build on the border with Mexico, as he inspected several prototype barriers.
The US Senate on Friday rejected a slew of immigration reform proposals,leaving hundreds of thousands of Dreamers in limbo
Donald Trump says he is open to citizenship for 'dreamers' only if Democrats support wall across Mexico border
Donald Trump on Thursday said he was open to a path to citizenship for some younger undocumented immigrants as part of his negotiations with Democrats
During last year's campaign, Trump bragged that Mexico would pay for the wall but he's never come up with a serious plan to deliver on his boast.
Donald Trump's idea for 'Mexico border wall of solar panels' borrowed from Wall Street Journal op-ed
Donald Trump is crediting himself with the idea of building a Mexico border wall of solar panels. But that looks to be a borrowed brainwave. Here are some more fact checks on what the US president has said.
Donald Trump appeared determined on Tuesday to score key victories to mark his first 100 days as president, as he seeks to boost border security, unveil tax reform plans and avert a government shutdown.
Hours after Trump repeated his warnings against Mexico during a press conference, Pena Nieto said his government will seek "open and complete negotiations" with the next US government.
The very populist agenda that helped Trump cinch the presidency may come back to haunt him as more pressing problems command the attention of the President to-be
Mexico will not pay for any border wall built by the United States, President Enrique Pena Nieto told visiting US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday.
If Trump wins, he will turn the entire American political sphere into a mammoth reality show — a really bad and unproductive use of valuable resources.