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Border Patrol Rescues Two Children Abandoned on Texas Border River

Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents rescued a pair of small children after a human smuggler abandoned them in the Rio Grande border with Mexico. An agent risked his life by entering a swiftly moving creek to save the children from drowning. . . . Read more about Border Patrol Rescues Two Children Abandoned on Texas Border River

Mexican Army Finds Cocaine on Bus Bound for Border City

Mexican soldiers found a shipment of cocaine hidden in a passenger bus headed for the border city of Matamoros. The seizure took place at a time when authorities have stepped up their presence at highway checkpoints amid the immigration crisis. . . . Read more about Mexican Army Finds Cocaine on Bus Bound for Border City

AZ Sheriff Declares 'War on Drugs Is Back' in America as Border Crisis Overwhelms Law Enforcement

An Arizona sheriff said “the war on drugs is back” in America as the growing border crisis overwhelms local law enforcement.

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels shared the strong words about drugs crossing the nation’s southern border during an interview on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Friday. . . . Read more about AZ Sheriff Declares 'War on Drugs Is Back' in America as Border Crisis Overwhelms Law Enforcement

Recently Peaceful Mexican Border City Turns Violent amid Gulf Cartel Conflict

Last week, a group of two gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot and killed a former top enforcer for the Gulf Cartel. According to information provided to Breitbart Texas by Tamaulipas law enforcement sources, the gunmen pulled alongside the victim’s vehicle and fired several times–fatally wounding him. . . . Read more about Recently Peaceful Mexican Border City Turns Violent amid Gulf Cartel Conflict

Randy Clark: Border Patrol Suffers Most Line of Duty Deaths in Agency History

In addition to the record-breaking year for migrant apprehensions along the southwest border, the Biden Administration can notch another historical claim in 2021 with 11 Border Patrol agents dying in the line of duty. This number eclipses all records dating back to 1919, when the Department of Labor was responsible for immigration matters. . . . Read more about Randy Clark: Border Patrol Suffers Most Line of Duty Deaths in Agency History

Breitbart Cartel Reporter Dies in Mexico, Authorities Believe He Drowned

Breitbart News Cartel Reporter Gerry Aranda’s body was discovered in the Pacific Ocean in Chiapas, Mexico, on October 4, 2021. Local authorities believe he drowned while swimming. Aranda was a central figure in Breitbart’s Border and Cartel Chronicles team. . . . Read more about Breitbart Cartel Reporter Dies in Mexico, Authorities Believe He Drowned

EXCLUSIVE: Relatives of Dead Mexican Cartel Boss Fled to Texas with Gunshot Wounds

The relatives of a fallen Gulf Cartel boss fled to Texas after surviving an assassination attempt in Mexico last week. They illegally crossed into Texas where U.S. Border Patrol agents treated five of them for gunshot wounds. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: Relatives of Dead Mexican Cartel Boss Fled to Texas with Gunshot Wounds

Arrests of Deported Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens Up 300 Percent Along Border

rrests of criminal migrants who illegally re-enter the U.S. jumped from 2,438 in FY 2020 to 9,728 through the end of August 2021. This represents an increase of nearly 300 percent with the September numbers still unreported. . . . Read more about Arrests of Deported Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens Up 300 Percent Along Border

Horrors of Child Trafficking, Exploitation Exposed at Texas Border Rally

MCALLEN, Texas — More than one hundred visitors and residents in the Texas border city of McAllen attended a rally and march to the border wall to shed light on the dangers of child trafficking. . . . Read more about Horrors of Child Trafficking, Exploitation Exposed at Texas Border Rally

Republicans Raise Alarm on Vetting of Afghans After Man Convicted of Rape Allowed to Enter US

Republican members of Congress are calling on President Joe Biden to detail the vetting process used by his administration to screen allies and others evacuated from Afghanistan after it was reported that a man—who had years earlier been . . . Read more about Republicans Raise Alarm on Vetting of Afghans After Man Convicted of Rape Allowed to Enter US

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