is the Washington, D.C. reporting fellow for the Tribune. She is a senior at Harvard studying Social Studies and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Claire is the associate managing editor of The Harvard Crimson, where she previously covered the university president and Harvard’s relationship with Washington. She has also reported on Massachusetts politics as an intern at The Boston Globe.
Republicans in Congress appear closer to reaching a compromise on immigration — and ending family separations at the Texas-Mexico border — after a closed-door meeting with President Donald Trump Tuesday evening.
See where statewide elected officials and members of the Texas congressional delegation come down on the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration enforcement policy that separates immigrant kids from their parents.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services confirmed Thursday it has selected Tornillo as a site to house immigrant children separated from their parents under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is considering several Texas military bases as sites for tent cities to house thousands of immigrant children separated from their parents, per McClatchy.