New Mexico governor pulls National Guard troops from border
The governor of New Mexico ordered the withdrawal of the majority of the state's National Guard troops from the U.S. border with Mexico on Tuesday, in a move that challenges President Trump's description of a security crisis. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced the partial withdrawal shortly before Trump's State of the ...
Turnaround policy begins for asylum seekers at Mexico border
Mexican officials say they will not accept child migrants back from the US; Washington insists otherwise
US border agency says it’s made biggest-ever fentanyl bust
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials announced Thursday their biggest fentanyl bust ever, saying they captured nearly 254 pounds (114 kilograms) of the deadly synthetic opioid from a secret compartment inside a load of Mexican produce heading into Arizona. The drug was found hidden Saturday morning in a compartment under the ...
US intel chiefs warn Washington risks losing friends, influence
National Intelligence Director Dan Coats says US faces a 'toxic mix' of factors that threaten both its security and its standing in the world
Pentagon agrees to extended role on US-Mexico border mission
There are about 2,350 active-duty troops performing the border mission
Grisly Mexican gang battle near US border leaves 21 dead. Need border wall!
Officials in the notoriously violent border state of Tamaulipas said they were investigating the incident after discovering the bodies Wednesday
How US shutdown over border wall fight might play out
With partial government closure in 19th day, Trump still at loggerheads with congressional Democrats over his $5.7 billion funding demand
Trump, lawmakers fail to end shutdown; weekend talks planned
Hours-long White House meeting does not produce agreement, though both sides agree to continue talks over the weekend
Mexico demands US investigate use of force against migrants
In a statement, Mexican Foreign Ministry says it laments any violent acts along its border and repeats its call for investigation into similar incident on Nov. 25
Christmas day funeral planned for Guatemalan migrant girl
Seven year-old Jakelin Caal died December 8 while in custody of the US Border Patrol
Group that escorts migrant caravans draws more scrutiny
Thousands of Central Americans journeying toward the United States were 2,500 miles from their destination in October when they reached a moment of decision: Should they press on toward the U.S. border? Or should they stop and put down roots in Mexico, where the government offered to let them stay? Pueblo ...
UN General Assembly endorses global migration compact
Only five countries, including U.S., voted against non-binding framework for better managing world's 250 million migrants
Detention center visit prompts call for US border chief’s resignation
Congressional group visits sites where Guatemalan girl was in US custody before her death
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