Since 1999, Luis Gonzales and his parents have lived in the U.S. without fear of deportation thanks to an immigration program that could soon end.
The Department of Homeland Security announced its decision to terminate the TPS designation given to Haiti following the devastating 2010 earthquake.
The U.S. has until Monday to let tens of thousands of immigrants know if they'll be allowed to stay under the Temporary Protected Status program.
The sun was just beginning to set at the border between the United States and Canada when a blue taxi cab from the nearby town of…
Zach Harris just graduated from high school and is heading to college in the fall. He started the Haiti Youth Orchestra six years ago.
Canadian soldiers were deployed to build a 500-person tent village near the U.S.-Canada border.
Todd Macaluso has been in big trouble with the law before.
The Haitian government says 1.4 million residents need help getting food, and more than half of them are in dire need.
Haitians have been wary of the American Red Cross ever since the 2010 earthquake.
Hurricane Matthew has passed, but severe flooding is still a serious risk in North Carolina.
Emails obtained by ABC show a senior State Department aide asked a Clinton Foundation official to flag friends of Bill Clinton.
A small airstrip at the edge of town hums with activity. Aid convoys are arriving from the capital, now that some roads washed out by…