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The top of one of U.S. President Donald Trump's eight border wall prototypes is pictured along U.S.- Mexico border near San Diego, California, U.S., October 23, 2017.

The Trump administration just unveiled 8 prototypes for the border wall — see what they look like

Since September 26, construction has been underway on eight prototypes for President Donald Trump's promised wall along the US-Mexico border.

Federal agents can search your phone at the US border — here’s how to protect your personal information

Federal agents have broad authority to search citizens and visitors alike, and they're doing so more and more often. The ACLU is now suing over it.

Customs and Border Protection admitted to wasting more than $5 million on lie-detector tests for ‘unsuitable’ job applicants

A government agency spent millions of dollars on lie detector tests for those who already admitted to drug use or criminal activity.

Federal agents have deported a ‘DREAMer’ for the first time, breaking a Trump promise

23-year-old, Juan Manuel Montes, who was brought to the US at age 9, was deported in February, despite being protected by an Obama immigration policy.

Trump: ‘We’re getting really bad dudes out of this country … and it’s a military operation’

Trump's most recent comments about the scope and scale of deportations are at odds with other statements from administration officials.

Trump’s new deportation plan is a worst-case scenario for Mexico

Memos authored by Trump administration officials would send unauthorized immigrants in the US back to Mexico, regardless of their countries of origin.

US immigration agents arrest hundreds in nationwide sweep

"We cannot understate the level of panic and terror that is running through many immigrant communities."

US border agents busted 110 pounds of an East African stimulant in Pittsburgh — hidden under wigs

A shipment of leaves of khat, often chewed for a stimulant effect, were busted by US authorities in Pittsburgh.

Border agents seize $30 million in cocaine in the heart of a resurgent smuggling zone

While cocaine seizures in the Caribbean corridors remain below previous peaks, there are signs traffickers are switching back to those routes.

Over 50 pounds of meth found hidden in a snail statue in Cincinnati

The statue, shipped from Mexico City, was bound for Lawrenceville, Georgia.