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).
U.S. University's 44th List Of Words It Would Like To BanishA university in Michigan has come out with its 44th annual list of words nominated for banishment.
Texas Contractor Scores $145 Million Border Wall ContractFederal authorities have awarded a $145 million contract to a Texas company to build 6 miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley.
Homeland Security Issues Another Texas Border Wall WaiverThe Department of Homeland Security has issued another waiver of environmental laws to build new border barriers in South Texas.
Illegal Immigrant, Rapist Who Kidnapped 6-Year-Old Given 4 Life SentencesAn illegal immigrant convicted of kidnapping and raping a 6-year-old girl was given four life sentences for the heinous crime.
Clock Ticks Toward Reuniting Families Separated At BorderAuthorities have identified 2,551 children 5 and older who may be covered by the order to be reunited with their parents by Thursday.
Texas Shrimp Industry Crippled By Immigrant Visa CapThe Texas shrimp industry is facing a worker shortage as a result of the federal cap on U.S. visas for immigrant seasonal workers.
Government's DNA Testing Of Migrant Parents Turns Up SurprisesA Health and Human Services official said Tuesday that in two cases adults who thought they were parents of a child weren't.
Koko, The Gorilla Who Knew Sign Language, Dies At 46Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language, has died. The Gorilla Foundation says the 46-year-old western lowland gorilla died in its sleep.
Science Explains Why Some Hear 'Laurel' & Others Hear 'Yanny'As if we needed another thing to divide us. Some people who listen to an online audio file hear 'Yanny' while others hear 'Laurel.' It's like the file was put on the internet just to sow discord.
'Fake News' Tops Annual List Of Phrases That Should Be BannedA university in Michigan on Sunday released its annual list of words that should be banished for misuse, overuse and uselessness. The term "fake news" topped the list.