37 Migrant Children At Heartland Alliance Shelter Test Positive For Coronavirus"We are operating under the assumption that we will see additional positive diagnoses," Heartland Alliance spokeswoman Mailee Garcia said.
Feds Holding 12,800 Migrant Children In Detention Centers, Report SaysData obtained by the Times showed that 12,800 children were detained in federal custody this month, compared to 2,400 children detained in May 2017.
Aldermen Question Heartland Alliance About Migrant Child Abuse ClaimsRepresentatives of a shelter housing migrant children separated from their parents at the border were facing tough questions from Chicago aldermen on Monday, amid allegations of abuse at the facility.
DCFS Investigating Amid Migrant Children Abuse AllegationsChild advocates say if recent allegations of mistreatment are true, the children still in the facilities could be at risk.
Migrant Children Allegedly 'Dragged, Yelled At, And Threatened' In Chicago Immigration ShelterStunning allegations have been released surrounding the treatment of migrant children while they were held in Chicago.
"We're On A Scavenger Hunt": Reuniting Migrant Children With Parents 66 migrant children taken from their parents were brought to Chicago under the administration’s Zero Tolerance policy.
Facebook Campaign For Border Babies Sought $1,500 And Raised More Than $10 MillionA San Francisco couple distraught over the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant parents from their children hoped a Facebook campaign would help raise $1,500, or enough to cover the bond of one detained migrant parent. Four days later, their effort has netted more than $13.3 million
Migrant Children At The U.S. Border President Donald Trump says he only has two options for immigration: separating children from their parents or open borders. While speaking at an event Tuesday, President Trump called for Congress to come up with a third option.
Emanuel "City Of Big Hearts ... Will Welcome" 1,000 Migrant ChildrenSix aldermen want the City Council to encourage non-profits in Chicago to house and support migrant children who have fled violence in Central America and crossed the border into the U.S.