President Trump said he was starting plans to augment border fencing in San Diego at the request of county officials; county officials said they made no such request.
Sylvia Longmire: Columnist
Murders in two very different places have been making headlines lately, and they appear to be leading both tourists and people in the travel industry in two very different directions when it comes to making vacation plans.
The Caravan: Migrants requesting asylum are allowed to stay in the U.S. until their immigration hearing, which can often take up to five years.
Sylvia Longmire provides analysis of President Trump's proposal to seek the death penalty for drug traffickers - when it’s appropriate under current law.
Travel warnings for Mexico have caused chaos since a crude explosive device detonated on Feb. 21 aboard a ferry that operates between popular resort areas.
Fentanyl: One of the greatest drug threats to communities and law enforcement agents is now also threatening the lives of narcotics detection dogs.
Although marijuana comprises the largest volume of drugs the Mexican cartels move across the southwest border, it’s not their biggest moneymaker.
On January 10, President Trump signed the INTERDICT Act. The Act allows CBP to buy chemical screening devices that can detect fentanyl and other opioids.
On January 10, the U.S. State Department issued a new travel warning and advised all U.S. residents to avoid traveling to five Mexican states at all.
DHS announced that the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for the nation of El Salvador would be terminated. What happens next?