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  • A massive group of migrants is at the Guatemala-Mexico border. People are scaling fences and many children are there. - A large group of Honduran migrants from the caravan have reached the Guatemala-Mexico border and are waiting to cross. Many are parents carrying children, who are sweating in the sweltering heat. It's a chaotic scene, with instructions being shouted out through megaphones. Mexican officials have said people seeking asylum will be processed at the border, but it's unclear what will happen once this large group begins to march forward.
  • CNN reporter describes chaos as gate comes down - Thousands of migrants are trekking in a caravan from Honduras toward Mexico's southern border. CNN's Bill Weir reports on the situation in Tapachula, Mexico.
  • Migrant caravan puts Mexico in political box - Thousands of migrants are about to be at Mexico's doorstep. And US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is about to meet with officials in Mexico's capital.
  • Trump calls midterms 'the election of the caravan' - President Donald Trump, seizing upon a new migrant caravan approaching the US, sought to frame the midterm elections Thursday as a fight between Republicans who will defend the country and Democrats who would allow undeterred illegal immigration.
  • What Fox is telling Trump about the caravan - A version of this article first appeared in the Reliable Sources newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.
  • Trump: We have dumbest immigration laws - President Donald Trump says the US immigration laws are "loophole-ridden" and the "dumbest" in the world.
  • Caravan of immigrants makes its way toward US - A new migrant caravan is heading to the United States. The caravan, which organizers say numbers thousands of people, formed in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula on Saturday and crossed into Guatemala on Monday.
  • What Trump did in Montana is dangerous - During a Thursday night campaign rally in Montana, Donald Trump, the President of the United States, praised a Republican Congressman for assaulting a reporter.
  • Analysis: 45 bizarre lines from Trump's rally - President Donald Trump's sprint to the midterm elections continued Thursday night in Montana, where he appeared at a campaign rally to boost Republican Matt Rosendale's challenge against Democratic Sen. Jon Tester. Trump, as he often is when in front of crowds who rabidly support him, was in full voice -- savaging Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and praising a Montana congressman who pleaded guilty to assaulting a political reporter. (Yes, you read that right.)
  • Democrats seek answers over Trump 'personal enrichment' from Saudis - Two Democratic lawmakers sent a letter to President Donald Trump on Friday criticizing the administration's response to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance and asking for information about what they describe as the President's "ongoing personal enrichment from Saudi government payments."
  • Why intelligence officials raced to the Istanbul airport - Turkish officials suspected within hours of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance that he had likely been killed, CNN has learned.
  • Opinion: Trump may regret getting so close to Mohammed bin Salman - President Donald Trump's worldview is black and white. He can divide the world's population into winners and losers.
  • Russian charged with attempting to interfere in 2018 midterms - A Russian who allegedly worked on funding an online propaganda effort to hurt American democracy was charged with a federal crime Friday for fanning division between racial minority groups, political radicals and disaffected voters.
  • Michael Cohen: Vote to avoid years of this craziness - Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney, says that he has been a Democrat for most of his life, despite his former role as deputy finance chairman at the RNC.
  • GOP rep slams Schiff over accusation of racism - A New Jersey Republican congressman is demanding an apology from a Democratic colleague who accused him of racism.