US Border Agent In Texas Shot At From Across Mexican BorderOfficials with US Customs and Border Protection say shots were fired at one of their agents during a routine patrol in the El Paso region.
Former Agent Accuses US Border Patrol Of Abuse And Corruption, Says She Doesn't Trust AgencyA former Border Patrol agent criticized the federal agency's internal culture, accusing it of promoting an environment of abuse and corruption.
Immigrants In Texas Worry Biden Administration Won't End Trump BarriersThe Trump administration spent a year and a half trying to deport the mother and daughter from El Salvador as they sat in Texas, about 85 miles from the Mexican border. Now, the Biden administration may finish the job.
Customs Officers Seize 3,000+ Pounds Of Marijuana In Broccoli Shipment On Texas BridgeCustoms officers intercepted a shipment of fresh broccoli on a Texas bridge that contained more than 3,000 pounds of weed.
Feds Warn Of Influx Of Counterfeit Goods At ChristmastimeAt the Port of Dallas, officers are assigned to check all cargo flying into DFW Airport. The haul includes everything from jewelry to home decor.
Better Business Bureau: 1 In 4 Online Shoppers Fall Victim To Counterfeit SchemesConsumer and government agencies are cracking down on what they deem a "counterfeit" epidemic.
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.
Border Patrol's First Female Chief Hopes To Inspire WomenU.S. Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost says she hopes she can inspire other women to sign up with the agency, which has just one female agent for every 20 men.