Cuban Man Imprisoned For Impersonating US Border Agent In TexasProsecutors say a Cuban man living in South Texas must serve 18 months in a U.S. prison for impersonating a Border Patrol agent to scam other immigrants.
House Speaker Ryan Getting Firsthand Look At US-Mexico BorderU.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan is visiting the Rio Grande valley for a firsthand look at the U.S.-Mexico border as the Trump administration steps up immigration enforcement and prepares to ask Congress to pay for a border wall.
Supreme Court Hears Case Of Boy Slain Across BorderSixty feet and the border separated the unarmed 15-year-old Mexican boy and the U.S. Border Patrol agent who killed him with a gunshot to the head early on a June evening in 2010.
Can A Border Wall Go Up In Rugged Big Bend Region?The Big Bend region shares a total of 300 border miles with Mexico.
Produce, Auto Parts, Electronics: How Mexico Tariff Could Cost ConsumersThe economic impact of President Trump’s executive order to build a U.S./Mexico border wall is already being felt in Laredo.
Wall Debate Continues To Build Along Texas-Mexico BorderThe Rio Grande Valley region of the Texas-Mexico border is one of the most illegally crossed sections in the United States.
Fort Worth Woman Speaks About Iranian Husband Being Taken Away and QuestionedA Fort Worth woman is speaking out about a night of terror after she watched her husband be taken away by security at JFK Airport last weekend.
Trump Voters Thrilled With Border Wall ActionPresident Trump's announcement that he is taking steps toward building a border wall was welcome news for voters, who said that they're glad to see him following through on one of his biggest campaign promises.
Trump Calls For 20 Percent Tax On Mexican Imports To Pay For WallWhite House spokesman: Trump calling for 20 percent tax on imports from Mexico to pay for southern border wall.
Trump's Wall Met With Skepticism Along BorderTo many people along the Mexican border, President Trump's executive order Wednesday to build a wall seemed more like a symbolic and worrisome gesture of a new chapter in international relations.
Protesters Take Control Of Mexico Border Crossing With USProtesters took control of vehicle lanes at one of the busiest crossings on the U.S. border Sunday to oppose Mexican gasoline price hikes, waving through motorists into Mexico after Mexican authorities abandoned their posts.
Texas Republican Says State May Have To Limit Tax CutsA downturn in the state's oil and gas industry may delay or limit tax cuts in the next two-year budget.

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