US Moves Toward Agreement On Mexican TomatoesThe U.S. imports about $2 billion of Mexican tomatoes yearly.
3 Victims Of El Paso Mass Shooting Remain In Critical ConditionHalf of those injured in the mass shooting at an El Paso Walmart remain in the hospital 10 days later.
US Homeland Security Chief Says Racism Provoking Some TerrorismThe Homeland Security head says white supremacist ideology is fueling some domestic terrorism.
Uncle Of Orphaned Boy Defends Trump's Appearance In PhotoThe uncle of a 2-month-old boy named Paul whose parents were killed in the El Paso mass shooting is defending a photo tweeted by Melania Trump.
Spike In Sales Of Bullet-Resistant Backpacks In Wake Of Mass ShootingsCompanies like Guard Dog Security, TuffyPacks and Bullet Blocker are peddling bullet-resistant backpacks for children.
LULAC Demands Action From Lawmakers After Mass Shooting In El PasoThe nation's oldest Latino civil rights organization and some Democratic state lawmakers in Dallas want Governor Greg Abbott to call a special session on gun violence following the deadly rampage in El Paso.
El Paso Residents Turn To Prayer, Lean On Each Other Following Mass Shooting“It doesn’t matter who you are, whether you were here that day or not. Somehow the whole city just feel broken and at a loss for words."
Officials: Human Traffickers Forced Women To Have Sex And Sling Drinks Behind BarMargarita “Rita” Martinez, 61, and her son, Genaro Fuentes, 36, were arrested by TABC agents July 31.
Somber Homecoming: Vietnam War Veteran's Remains Return To TexasA Southwest Airlines Jet piloted by the veteran's son touched down just after 11:30 a.m. Air Force Col. Roy A. Knight, Jr is home.
Some El Paso Residents Before President Trump's Visit: 'Not The Time'While the president intends to share a message of condolence, the overwhelming sentiment in the border city of nearly 700,000 is he isn't welcome.
Program Teaches Students How To Respect U.S. And State FlagsWorn, torn or tattered, the rules on displaying American flags don’t fade.
Mother Tells US Border Patrol She 'Lost' Toddler Crossing Rio GrandeBorder agents say they are rescuing immigrants from the river on an almost daily basis.
Journalists Allowed Into Troubled Migrant Detention CenterU.S. officials opened a Texas Border Patrol facility to journalists on Wednesday, offering a first inside glimpse of the station since migrant children reported living there in squalid conditions with inadequate food, water and sanitation.
Migrant Father, Daughter Were Headed To North Texas When They Drowned In Rio GrandeA source familiar with the case of a migrant who drowned alongside his 23-month-old daughter while trying to cross the Rio Grande into Texas says they were headed to Irving.
Fort Worth Company Awarded $26M Government Contract To Supply Border Security TechnologyA North Texas defense electronics company will continue to protect America's border with funds from a $26 million contract from the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP).