For decades, tons of fresh produce have passed through the McAllen Produce Terminal Market -- a critical gateway connecting Mexican fruits and vegetables with US kitchens and restaurants.
The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives will join a growing list of organizations mounting legal challenges to President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration on the border, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.
US authorities are no longer holding migrants under a border bridge here.
The White House is considering appointing a "border or immigration czar" to oversee the administration's efforts to contain and manage a surge in migrants crossing the southern US border, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN.
The number of children arriving without a parent at the southern border is expected to surpass the levels during the 2014 unaccompanied minor crisis, according to Customs and Border Protection data obtained by CNN.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen sent a letter earlier this week asking DHS employees to volunteer to assist with the southern border mission.
Catholic Charities, a national non-profit organization, with offices in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas is doing something they haven't done in the last five years that they've been caring for migrants: asking for housing help.
Potentially thousands more parents and children the US government split up at the southern border will now be included in a lawsuit over family separations, a judge ruled Friday.
In the coming weeks, the Trump administration plans to expand a policy that requires some asylum seekers to await their immigration court hearings in Mexico to other locations along the US-Mexico border, said Department of Homeland Security officials Friday.
President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration to build his border wall will affect Texas more than any other state, and the residents of the Lone Star State are soundly against his decision to use those powers.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers ordered the state's 112 troops to leave their posts along the US' southern border Monday evening.
While visiting troops on the US-Mexico border Saturday morning, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Joseph Dunford tried out some of US Customs and Border Protection's "less lethal" devices.
Self-declared Venezuelan leader Juan Guaido's supporters and their US backers say he is gaining increasing military support, even as the political standoff with embattled President Nicolas Maduro erupted in violence Friday when security forces at the border killed at least two people.
Nicolas Maduro will close Venezuela's border with Brazil, as tensions over foreign aid deliveries rise. The embattled President also is considering closing the border with Colombia -- a move that would seal off most of Venezuela's inland periphery.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said Sunday humanitarian aid "is going to get through" to Venezuela with or without the cooperation of Nicolas Maduro.
Border security negotiations, for days considered on the path to a weekend agreement, have not progressed, and members on both sides have started to discuss whether backstop alternatives to prevent another government shutdown are necessary, three sources involved told CNN.
Agents from the U.S. Border Patrol's Spokane Sector arrested an individual in Othello who was illegally present in the United States and had prior arrests for homicide and drug possession.
The Trump administration said Wednesday it is appealing a federal judge's order that blocks the administration from implementing asylum restrictions on the southern border.
To some, the thought of asylum-seekers on the US-Mexico border with numbers written in black ink on their arms carries disturbing echoes of the Holocaust.
None of the 42 migrants arrested in Sunday's clash at the US-Mexico border will be criminally charged.
Two people were hospitalized in a rollover crash on Interstate 82 near the Oregon-Washington border Thursday morning.
In a major break with current policy, Central American asylum seekers who arrive at the US border would be forced to wait in Mexico while their cases are processed, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Tuesday that the Trump administration plans to comply with and appeal a federal judge's recent decision to temporarily block the government from denying asylum to those who cross the southern border between ports of entry.
The Department of Homeland Security is running out of space at its detention facilities for families and unaccompanied children crossing over the US-Mexico border, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said in an interview with CNN Friday.