What is causing an influx of young immigrants to illegally cross the U.S. border? Some say it's the threat of gangs, rape and human trafficking in Central America.
Our Sara Sidner has an exclusive report - she speaks to gang members about their role in the border crisis.
America's most famous undocumented immigrant - Pulitzer-Prize journalist Jose Antonio Vargas - was released by border patrol agents Tuesday.
Vargas, who was a guest on OutFront Monday night, was arrested Tuesday morning after attempting to board a plane out of McAllen, Texas.
The Department of Homeland security released a statement saying they encountered Vargas at the airport and "apprehended him after he stated that he was in the country illegally. Mr. Vargas was transported to the McAllen Border Patrol Station where he was processed and provided with a Notice to Appear before an immigration judge."
But some are asking whether Vargas - who has been in the U.S. for more than 20 years - wanted to be detained.
CNN's Alina Machado has more.
A surge of undocumented immigrants has been coming into the United States by the tens of thousands. Many of them are children escaping dangerous conditions in Central America.
The first wave of those immigrants were deported Monday - dozens of adults and children held a facility in New Mexico were returned to Honduras.
— Rosa Flores (@RosaFlores) July 14, 2014
The Department of Homeland Security says more deportations are on the way.
OutFront, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas.