The number of migrants encountered by U.S. authorities at the southern border has dropped below 100,000 for the first time in five months.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction barring the government from sectioning parts of border fencing using funds diverted from the Defense Dept.
The DHS recently issued another waiver to bypass a variety of environmental laws in order to expand US-Mexico border fencing in Texas.
A recent threat assessment published by the U.S. Army indicates the threat posed by the caravan is nowhere near the level that the president is claiming.
The more than 5,200 active-duty troops being sent by President Trump to the U.S.-Mexico border will be limited in what they can do under federal law.
President Trump’s new policy of separating children from their immigrant parents who are being held for criminal prosecution is ruffling more than the general public’s feathers. Elected officials across the U.S. are finding ways to demonstrate their opposition to this policy through initiatives of their own.
Tunnel vision: As security measures along the U.S.-Mexico border expand, drug smugglers will continue to find ways to work around them – often underground.
What happens to drug traffickers after they’re caught by U.S. agents at the border of the United States and Mexico? Shockingly – sometimes nothing happens.