Thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their families at the US’ southern border than originally believed—though the actual number is still unknown, according to a report released yesterday by Health and Human Services.

Parents separated from their children at the US border under Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy were left so traumatized that they could not make a strong case for asylum during “credible fear” interviews, according to a lawsuit filed on behalf of 2 dozen migrants. The suit…

2300 children separated from parents by the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy not only face immediate fear and distress but may suffer lasting physical and psychological problems. Persistent stress in the absence of a nurturing parent can cause…

The Trump administration must halt family separations at the border under a temporary nationwide injunction passed down late Tuesday, a move likely to spark a high-profile legal battle with the Justice Department.