Charles Gilbert joined the Texas Border Volunteers to “kick some ass,” but the group’s tactics forced him to do some soul-searching.
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A Brownsville pediatrician sets the story straight about the children and families coming to Texas.
In an interview with a tea party radio show, David Dewhurst described the surge of DPS and National Guard to the border with menacing bravado.
In March, two border congressional leaders filed a bill to make the Border Patrol more accountable to the public.
For saving the lives of undocumented immigrants crossing the border, Eddie Canales is a tyrant’s foe.
Omar Figueredo declined to answer questions from Border Patrol agents at the Brownsville airport. What happened next should worry all citizens.
The U.S. Border Patrol recently released some stunning apprehension figures for the Rio Grande Valley. While the rest of the U.S.-Mexico border is still […]
Greg Harman stops by to talk about his recent story “Waste Land” in which Frio County deals with the constant stream of wastewater created by hydraulic fracturing in the Eagle Ford Shale.
A new Investigation by the Department of Homeland Security Does Little to Explain Spate of Fatal Shootings and Beatings by Border Patrol Agents.
Since 2005, immigration has been criminalized as never before.