Texas Bill Would Limit Drones Near Border With MexicoTexas residents near the Mexico border could soon receive new protection from drones.
US: Nearly 740,000 Foreigners Overstayed Visas Last Year The U.S. Homeland Security Department says nearly 740,000 foreigners who were supposed to leave the country during a recent 12-month period overstayed their visas.
FIFA Gives North American World Cup Rivals 3 Months To BidNorth America's request for a fast-track award of the 2026 World Cup hosting rights is on hold, for a few months at least.
Paxton Sues To Stop Lawsuits Over 'Sanctuary Cities' BanTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has taken the unusual step of preemptively suing to stop lawsuits that would challenge the state's new 'sanctuary cities' ban, signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday.
North America Seeks Approval For Fast-Tracked 2026 World Cup DecisionNorth America will move closer to securing the 2026 World Cup when the FIFA Council is expected to approve plans for an accelerated bidding process on Tuesday.
Mexico Criticizes New Texas 'Sanctuary City' LawThe Mexican government is expressing regret over a new Texas ban on so-called sanctuary cities, saying the law could step on the rights of its citizens who choose to live just across the border.
Cinco De Mayo In Trump Era Leaves Mexican-Americans TornIn some cities, many are reluctant to take part in Cinco de Mayo festivities this year as President Donald Trump steps up federal immigration enforcement and supporters back his call for the building of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Texas Officer Faked His Own Death And Fled To Mexico, Police SayAuthorities in Texas say a police officer who notified his wife that he planned to kill himself actually faked his own death and fled to Mexico.
Trump Backs Off Talk About Terminating NAFTA President Donald Trump has told the leaders of Mexico and Canada that he will not immediately pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Plan For Drug Cartel Money To Pay For Border Wall Raises QuestionsSen. Ted Cruz’s plan to use drug cartel money to pay for a border wall could take years to succeed, according to forfeiture experts, and opens the door to using the money for any number of new projects.
'El Chapo Act' Would Use Drug Cartel's Cash To Pay For WallSenator Ted Cruz introduced a proposal to fund the Trump administration’s southern border wall Tuesday using billions forfeited due to the criminal prosecution of drug lords, including the infamous drug kingpin El Chapo and others.
Report: Fewer Immigrants Without Status Since 2009The number of immigrants in the U.S. illegally fell to 11 million for the first time since 2009, largely because of a drop-off in the number of Mexicans without legal status, according to a study released Tuesday.

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