President Considers Administration’s Authority to Shut Southern Border

He said there’s “no guarantee” that it’s possible without Congressional approval. President Joe Biden said this week that he and his administration are exploring the legal possibility of…

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Supreme Court Extends Pause of Texas Border Enforcement Law

Justice Alito grants the extension through next Monday. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito responded to an emergency legal request filed by the Department of Justice on Tuesday, extending…

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House Impeaches DHS Secretary in Second Vote

The two articles of impeachment are related to border security and immigration. Members of the House of Representatives voted to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after failing…

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House Passes Bill to Block Migrants with DUI Convictions

House majority leader says the seriousness of the crime should result in deportation. The House recently passed a bill with bipartisan support that prohibits noncitizens convicted of driving…

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Fifth Circuit Says Texas Border Buoys May Remain for Now 

They vacated the order for removal until they hear the case.  The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals said, for the time being, a floating barrier in the Rio…

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House Approves Resolution Rebuking the President’s Border Policies

Legislators fault “open-border policies” for issues at the U.S.-Mexico border. The House passed a resolution on Wednesday, introduced by Representative Nathaniel Moran of Texas, formally rebuking the “open-border…

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Nearly a Dozen Plead Guilty for Migrant Smuggling

DOJ brought charges against 11 individuals in federal court. A Texas woman and ten other defendants have pled guilty in a human smuggling and money laundering case brought…

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Senate Majority Leader Says Border Deal Has Not Been Reached

Funding the federal government is taking precedence over the border and foreign aid package. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York has acknowledged the need to fix…

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Justice Department Sues Texas Over Border Enforcement

Feds claim state law unconstitutionally supersedes Congress. On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Texas for its Senate Bill 4, which allows state officials to…

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Justice Department Threatens to Sue Texas Over Migrant Law

Meanwhile, a migrant caravan heads to the U.S. The Justice Department sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott saying that Texas will be sued if they enforce a…

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