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Federal appeals court orders Texas to remove anti-migrant buoy barrier from Rio Grande

In a blow to Gov. Greg Abbott, a federal appeals court ordered Texas on Friday to remove the border buoys the state installed near Eagle Pass to block migrants.

Cornyn, Cruz lead another GOP delegation on border tour of RGV

MISSION — Illegal immigration is a disaster of unprecedented proportions, and the blame lies squarely at the feet of President Joe Biden.

Texas Sen. John Cornyn talks border security, binational trade during RGV visit

EDINBURG — The Rio Grande Valley — and the binational border that defines it — is a place not well understood by outsiders, despite its steady place in national headlines.

Some GOP candidates propose acts of war against Mexico to stop fentanyl. Experts say...

Many of the GOP presidential candidates say they would carry out potential acts of war against Mexico in response to the trafficking of fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.

Border wall announcement catches Starr County elected officials off guard

Just one day after news broke that Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas had greenlit the construction of new border wall in Starr County — waiving 26 federal laws in the process — both local and federal officials have been left with questions.

A Venezuelan man and his pet squirrel made it to the US border. Now...

MATAMOROS (AP) — During the weeks it took Yeison and Niko to migrate from Venezuela toward the U.S., they navigated dangerous jungles and over a dead body. The two are so inseparable that Yeison sold his phone so both had enough bus money to continue their journey.

A federal judge again declares that DACA is illegal. Issue likely to be decided...

HOUSTON (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday declared illegal a revised version of a federal policy that prevents the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.

A judge orders Texas to move buoys used to deter migrants to the bank...

AUSTIN (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Texas to move a large floating barrier to the bank of the Rio Grande after protests from the the U.S. and Mexican governments over Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's latest tactic to stop migrants from crossing America's southern border.

Mexican border city struggles to find space for migrants even with a new shelter

MATAMOROS — At a massive encampment near an international bridge along the U.S.-Mexico border, migrants from Honduras, Haiti, Venezuela and elsewhere have turned scraps of plastic, poster board and rope into makeshift homes.

Feds propose 20 miles of new border wall in Starr County … again

U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Monday published a letter seeking input on a proposal to build up to 20 miles of new border wall in Starr County.