A U.S. Border Patrol agent drives near the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Santa Teresa, N.M. in this Jan. 4, 2016 photo. An increase in families and children arriving at the U.S. southern border from Central America has prompted fears of another crisis like the one that dominated national news during the summer of 2014. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras)
A U.S. Border Patrol agent drives near the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Santa Teresa, N.M. in this Jan. 4, 2016 photo. An increase in families and children arriving at the U.S. southern border from Central America has prompted fears of another crisis like the one that dominated national news during the summer of 2014. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras) Russell Contreras AP
A U.S. Border Patrol agent drives near the U.S.-Mexico border fence in Santa Teresa, N.M. in this Jan. 4, 2016 photo. An increase in families and children arriving at the U.S. southern border from Central America has prompted fears of another crisis like the one that dominated national news during the summer of 2014. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras) Russell Contreras AP

Central Americans again surging across border in sign U.S. policies have failed

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