The U.S. military’s “eye in the sky” may soon make its debut over a wider swath of California.
Has an unlikely alliance between a Islamic terrorist group and a Mexican drug cartel brought the Middle East to California’s doorstep?
The number of immigrants crossing illegally into Mexico may have dried up, but business is still booming for drug smugglers.
Bernardo Osco was last seen on Sept. 20 at the U.S – Mexico border at San Ysidro in San Diego.
Authorities are warning of a potential threat to one of California’s border crossings with Mexico.
The bipartisan group argues that allowing Mexican trucking companies to travel into the U.S. to deliver the goods rather than transfer them could jeopardize American jobs.
U.S. immigration agents touted the successful completion Thursday of what they said is the largest operation ever to target criminal illegal immigrants.
Drug smugglers have found a crack in the nation’s defenses — but officials insist California is not at risk.
An investigation is underway by the San Diego Police Department to determine whether the border officers’ use-of-force was justified.
A wooden platform collapse at the busiest U.S. border crossing left 11 people hospitalized, with one construction worker left in serious condition.
A shipment of hot sauce confiscated at the U.S.- Mexico border was found to contain over one ton of marijuana.
Supervisor Jeff Stone says the idea — which has been called a “crazy distraction” — would allow officials to focus on securing borders, balancing budgets, and boosting the economy.
Federal officials say several of the Southland’s biggest freeways are being used as preferred routes for human trafficking.
The 1,200 soldiers helping the Border Patrol along the U.S. – Mexico border were scheduled to leave at the end of June.
The majority of cocaine smuggled into the U.S. every year is the most likely source of increased violence along the southern California border, according to a new report released this week.