Two big factors are making things worse at the border. But they're not getting much attention
The devastating storms struck more than 1,000 miles away from the US-Mexico border, wiping out homes, crops and jobs.
Now, months later, some migrants hoping to start over in the United States say the hurricanes are a big reason behind their decision to head north.
"The house fell down all around us. Thank God my mom survived," a teenager from Guatemala tearfully told CNN as he took his first steps in the United States.
"You always dream about living in a house with your children. Now we have...