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Photos show Border Patrol’s largest processing facility, a former warehouse where families are separated and hundreds of migrant children are ke...
The Trump administration has been under fire for weeks over its new "zero-tolerance" policy. On Sunday, a handful of reporters were permitted to tour Border Patrol's largest processing facility in McAllen, Texas — known as "Ursula" — where many of the family separations are taking place.
A Customs and Border Protection agent is facing misconduct allegations for questioning a reporter about her sources
Customs and Border Protection agent Jeffrey Rambo allegedly approached reporter Ali Watkins by email and then questioned her about her relationship with James Wolfe, the longtime security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The US Border Patrol could be facing a lawsuit after 2 US citizens say they were detained for speaking Spanish
A US citizen detained by a border patrol agent who heard her speaking Spanish plans to file a racial profiling lawsuit
Border Patrol agents were captured on video trying to dump an injured man across the US border because he ‘looks like’ he’s Mexican
US Border Patrol agents tried to dump an injured man, whose nationality they did not know, across the Mexican border, a new video published by NBC News shows.
The Trump administration just released new photos of ‘the president’s border wall’ — and it looks more like a fence
Construction crews broke ground Monday for a new "bollard-style wall" intended to replace about 20 miles of vehicle barriers along New Mexico's southern border.
Border-crossing arrests are at historic lows — but Trump is still bemoaning a ‘drastic surge’ in illegal immigration
Arrests for illegal US border crossing have been falling for years, and now hover near the bottom of a 40-year low, Customs and Border Protection data show.
Construction on the eight prototypes for President Donald Trump's promised wall along the US-Mexico border started in September. He visits the site on Tuesday.
Questions remain around the mysterious death of Rogelio Martinez, a border patrol agent who died in Texas last weekend after sustaining severe head injuries.
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.