Top US envoys visited Mexico on Thursday. Things between the two countries are ... complicated.

Mexico rejects US migration reforms as Trump calls deportation effort a 'military operation'
The transition nonprofit had spent roughly $4.7 million of this money as of Feb. 15.

Billionaires and corporations helped fund Donald Trump's transition
Mexico vowed not to let the United States impose migration reforms on it as its leaders prepared Thursday to host US officials who are cracking down on undocumented immigrants.

Mexico rejects 'unilateral' US migration moves
When Habib Zahori walked through the snow across the US-Canada border, he kept thinking about the book "Into the Wild." "That book made me scared of snow and trees," he says.

Habib Zahori was scared to seek asylum in the US. So he pushed a rickety bicycle through snow to get to Canada.
A congregation of Jordanian priests gather for a ceremony at Marka's Latin Church, in the outskirts of the capital Amman. Credit: Alisa Reznick/PRI
The second floor of St. Mary’s used to be a communal area, where events for children were held. Today, it’s home for two Iraqi families.

This Palestinian priest found his calling at a little church in Jordan
The Oceti Sakowin camp has been cleared out after almost a year of protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Activists vow to carry on as the Standing Rock camp is cleared
The nominees range from dark to darkly funny, and you can watch trailers for all five films below.

Watch trailers for all five foreign language Oscar nominees here
Big city, bright lights, stickier feet? Scientists say a little lizard in Puerto Rico is fast adapting to city life.

A little lizard in Puerto Rico is adapting quickly to big-city life
“The president wanted to take the shackles off individuals in these agencies and say, 'You have a mission, there are laws that need to be followed, you should do your mission and follow the law,'" White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday during a press briefing.

#32. @realDonaldTrump What are you going to do with DAPA and DACA? #100Days100Qs
As Trump ramps up immigration enforcement, self-deportation becomes an attractive option for some.

How communities react to immigration restrictions? 'People are buying tickets back home.'
Charles Kuck, an Atlanta-based immigration lawyer and former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, says "this is about scaring people."

Immigration lawyers: Trump crackdown tactics will see fierce legal challenges
“Anyone at a university, if they said they weren’t concerned, then they’re living on the wrong planet,” said Willis Wang, associate provost of Global Programs at BU.

How Trump's rhetoric could cost colleges billions in lost tuition revenue
"When the war started, during the fight, half of the animals were gone. They either got sick and died, or some of them ate the others because of starvation," said Abu Omar, the owner of the small zoo.

Trying to rescue Simba, the lion, and Lula, the bear, at Mosul zoo
Pastor Gottfried Martens has long worked with migrants in Berlin, but they used to be from the former Soviet Union. That changed in 2008, when two Iranians went to Martens’ church.

This evangelical church in Berlin is helping Iranians looking for asylum
We’ve had two President Bushes, two Harrisons, two Adamses and two Roosevelts, one for four terms. We came pretty close to two Kennedys and two Clintons.

The Trump era resurfaces the unresolved riddle of the Constitution
The head of refugee rights group Pro Asyl, Guenther Burkhardt, charged that the package of measures "paves the way for raid-like deportations and eavesdropping on refugees".

Germany is speeding up expulsions of rejected asylum-seekers
We look back on how Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe, went from abortion-rights pioneer to anti-abortion activist.

I knew the real Jane Roe
Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate has become the "Winter White House" but taxpayers are footing the bill for the security detail. Ten million dollars so far.

#31. @realDonaldTrump If you want to shrink the federal budget, why are you spending so much time at Mar-a-Lago? #100Days100Qs
“They asked me, ‘Did you ever help someone go to America?’" he recalls. "I told them, 'No, of course I didn’t help anyone to go to America.'”

After three years of vetting, this Syrian refugee is giving up on moving to the US