WASHINGTON — Security will be increased at various federal government buildings in Washington and other major American cities, the Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday in what it described as a “precautionary step.”
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service granted 49,000 requests by law enforcement to track people’s mail in 2013 under a program that often lacked proper approval, adequate justification and required annual reviews, a recent audit found.
Congressional candidates also touch on economy and health care.
Releasing information about cellphone traffic jeopardizes national security, city says.
CBP paid nearly eight times market price for employee housing in Ajo.
Border Patrol says it was responding to rock throwers. FBI probe is still open.
Five cameras now being used by officers.
Large crowd gathered after UA men's basketball team lost in tournament.
Mexican officials deny the allegation.
The shooting occurred on the Tohono O'odham Indian Nation
Mexican national arrested at the Port of Nogales.
A complaint filed against the Department of Homeland Security by several civil and human rights groups alleges abuse of immigrant children.
Five organizations today filed a complaint to the Department of Homeland Security on behalf of 116 unaccompanied immigrant children.
The Tucson International Airport is the latest addition to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection enrollment centers for low-risk international travelers.
Volunteers with a local humanitarian aid group stopped Border Patrol agents from entering their camp outside of Arivaca to search for people whose footprints they said they followed there.
Almost daily I read comments regarding the Border Patrol by those who profess knowledge but whose inaccuracies are taken as truths by readers.
A Mexican man was arrested Wednesday at the Port of Nogales for attempting to smuggle more than 8,000 pounds of marijuana into the United States.
In the March 19 guest opinion (“Officer-involved shootings should require independent review”), Paul Gattone advocates for an independent civilian review of officer-involved shootings to determine whether the law-enforcement officers should be prosecuted. My office already provides that inde…
Some members of Congress are skeptical of a new border surveillance system being rolled out in Arizona, citing a lack of specific measurements for its success and the $1 billion already spent on the failed program it replaces.
Border Patrol Chief Michael Fisher’s directive clarifying existing guidelines on use of force is yet another step in the agency’s slow march in the right direction. Unfortunately, this deliberate approach to policy change falls far short of the needed action to halt unnecessary killings by agents.