Texas Landowners Dig In To Fight Trump's Border WallRather than surrender their land, some property owners are digging in, vowing to reject buyout offers and preparing to fight the administration in court.
Some U.S. Troops To Leave Border This Week; About 3K To RemainOfficials say active duty troops will begin leaving the southern U.S border this week and the number of forces there will go down to at least 3,000 by the holidays.
Wife Of Imprisoned Ex-Officer In Texas Sentenced To 11 YearsThe wife of an ex-Customs and Border Protection officer imprisoned in a drugs and bribery case must serve 11 years for her role in the Texas trafficking scheme.
Supplies Low For Shelters Helping Migrants As Holidays NearNonprofit groups and churches — especially along the U.S.-Mexico border — are racing to get donated clothes, diapers, cots and meals for migrants as the holidays approach.
Supplies Low For Shelters Helping Migrants As Holidays NearVolunteer shelters along the U.S. say they getting hit with an expected surge of new migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. who will need temporary housing.
As Gov't Shutdown Looms, Trump And GOP Leaders Discuss Border WallWith a partial government shutdown looming, President Trump met with Republican leaders to hash out a spending plan that includes funding for his proposed border wall.
Fiancé Seeks 'Murder' Charge For Dallas Woman's Death After Botched Plastic Surgery In MexicoThe fiancé of a Dallas real estate agent who died after a botched plastic surgery in Mexico is seeking a "murder" charge for the doctors.
Migrants Enveloped In Tear Gas After Heading Toward USMigrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.
Dallas Woman Dies After Botched Plastic Surgery In MexicoA Dallas real estate agent who traveled to a clinic in Mexico in October for several plastic surgery procedures and returned to the U.S. on life support with brain damage has died, according to her family.
As Mexican Prosecutors Visit US, DOJ Says Criminal Activities Endanger Security, Prosperity For Both CountriesThe Department of Justice's Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development Assistance and Training (OPDAT) looks to build foreign partnerships in order to have better cooperation during cases that cross borders.
Migrants Fill Tijuana Shelters, More On Way To U.S. BorderThe first members of a caravan of Central Americans to reach the U.S. border slept in overcrowded shelters and in tents with a view of armed U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Splintered Migrant Caravan Groups Arrive At U.S. BorderThe first sizable groups of mostly Central American migrants traveling in a caravan through Mexico have begun arriving at the U.S. border.
Migrant Caravan Moves To Western Mexico City Of GuadalajaraSeveral thousand Central American migrants heading for the U.S. border arrived in the Mexican city of Guadalajara Monday, marking a month since their trek began.
Hundreds Of Migrants Leave Mexico City Headed For BorderAbout 500 Central American migrants headed out of Mexico City on Friday to embark on the longest and most dangerous leg of their journey to the U.S. border.
Along Border, A Growing Opposition To Military DeploymentSome residents in the Southwest are speaking out against President Trump's deployment of military troops to the border to intercept a slow-moving caravan of migrants.