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Past articles by Anna:

Migrants in Mexico rush international bridge in El Paso in tense border showdown

A large group of migrants in Ciudad Juarez in northern Mexico pushed past Mexican customs officials and attempted to run across an international bridge into El Paso, Texas, in a tense incident over the weekend. → Read More

Video captures moment four US citizens in Mexico were kidnapped at gunpoint

A newly released video captured the moment that four American citizens were kidnapped at gunpoint immediately after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and dragged through the street into a pickup truck by men in bulletproof vests. → Read More

Mother who lost two sons to fentanyl demands Biden apologize for mocking her pain

EXCLUSIVE — A Michigan woman who lost her two sons to fentanyl poisoning in 2020 said she is still waiting on President Joe Biden to apologize for suggesting her children's deaths were not his fault because they did not occur on his watch. → Read More

Stefanik forms northern border caucus to confront spike in illegal immigration from Canada

House Republicans have launched a new caucus to respond to a growing number of illegal immigrant arrests along the U.S.-Canada border. → Read More

Bodies of 880 immigrants found at southern border in 2022: Border Patrol

The number of deceased immigrants recovered at the U.S.-Mexico border spiked during President Joe Biden’s first full year in office last year to the highest number on record, according to data acquired through a Freedom of Information Act request by the Washington Examiner. → Read More

MS-13 members sent to world's largest prison in El Salvador amid crackdown on brutal gang

Washington, D.C,. is offering free steering wheel locks to residents after a social media challenge led to a spike in vehicle thefts. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Metropolitan Police Department announced on Thursday that residents who own a 2011-2021 Kia or Hyundai vehicle would be eligible to obtain one of the free anti-theft devices starting Friday. → Read More

Biden's interest in tackling fentanyl could 'unite' Congress, Republican says

Republicans in the House and Senate hope to use the Biden administration’s desire to crack down on the fentanyl epidemic to gain Democrats’ support for passing tougher penalties that make selling the drug to someone who then dies from it a federal crime. → Read More

Hakeem Jeffries tells Democrats to 'take a field trip' to southern border

The top House Democrat urged his colleagues to travel down to the U.S.-Mexico border to gain a better understanding of the challenges that federal law enforcement and local communities face before the caucus attempts to move on immigration reform in Congress. → Read More

Democrats will visit border in March after refusal to join Judiciary Republicans on trip

Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee have refused to attend a congressional hearing on the U.S.-Mexico border next week and called it a "brazen act of political grandstanding" by Republicans. → Read More

McCarthy defends new GOP majority's pace on ending border crisis

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) defended the Republicans' progress on keeping a midterm election campaign promise to make the border crisis their top priority come January. → Read More

Texans don't have EMS services because of demand from illegal immigrants, border sheriff tells Congress

AUSTIN, Texas — Distress calls and discoveries of dead immigrants in a rural area 50 miles north of the state's border with Mexico have crippled first responders' ability to serve residents and hurt the local government's budget. → Read More

High-profile Democrat tells Biden to remove ‘kid gloves’ in dealing with Mexican fentanyl

A senior Senate Democrat frustrated with the Mexican government’s laxed response to the fentanyl epidemic called for the Biden administration to take serious actions against its southern neighbor and force cooperation in the war on drug cartels → Read More

Texas sheriff tells Congress nearly 2,000 Mexican drug cartel drones are swarming US skies

AUSTIN, Texas — A county sheriff plans to sound the alarm before Congress about mass incursions of unidentified flying objects illegally entering U.S. airspace from Mexico, piloted by cartels and used to spy on federal agents working near the international border. → Read More

New England sees more illegal border arrests in January than previous 12 years

The number of immigrants arrested after illegally crossing the Canadian border into New England jumped in January to levels never seen before — and during the most dangerous time of year. → Read More

Arrests of Chinese immigrants illegally crossing US-Mexico border jumps 1,230% in January

Border Patrol agents stationed at the U.S.-Mexico border saw an astounding increase in Chinese citizens arrested attempting to enter the country illegally in January compared to a year ago. → Read More

Biden administration creating sweeping legislation to remake asylum laws

The White House is moving behind the scenes to churn out legislation that would overhaul America’s asylum process for immigrants who arrive at the nation’s borders, according to a new report. → Read More

DHS hires legal counsel to prepare Mayorkas for looming impeachment

The Department of Homeland Security hired a private law firm to work with Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas as House Republicans inch closer to impeaching the Biden Cabinet official, according to a report. → Read More

Biden won't 'consider' mass deportations of illegal immigrants after Title 42 ends

President Joe Biden has denied that his administration was considering a massive deportation operation that would entail returning to Mexico immigrants who illegally crossed the southern border. → Read More

Immigration reform stalled in Congress over dispute among Texas GOP

Republicans have stalled out on promised action to fix the border crisis after winning back a majority in the House due to infighting among the House and Senate GOP. → Read More

State of the Union 2023: Biden tells GOP 'you got it' after they demand border security

President Joe Biden's calls during his State of the Union address for immigration reform and a better federal response to fentanyl smuggling at the border were met with fury by Republicans. → Read More