- UN leader offers assistance in Guyana-Venezuela dispute Updated: Jul-03-15 4:08 pm
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday offered assistance to resolve an escalating border dispute between Guyana and Venezuela.
- Border officers stop $3.2 million worth of pot in Arizona Updated: Jul-03-15 6:14 am
NOGALES, Arizona - Authorities at a port of entry in Nogales, Arizona, have stopped a shipment of nearly 6,500 pounds of marijuana.
- Customs and Border Protection to hold citizen academy Updated: Jun-25-15 4:04 am
DETROIT - A citizen academy for Detroit residents will be offered by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
- 2 charged in border smuggling boat crash that kills 1 Updated: Jun-19-15 10:38 pm
SAN DIEGO - Two men were charged Friday with immigrant smuggling after a boat they allegedly guided crashed with a U.S. vessel near the Mexican border, leaving one passenger dead.
- Is Texas spending $800M to create its own border patrol? Updated: Jun-16-15 7:48 pm
MCALLEN, Texas - When former Gov. Rick Perry ordered a big reinforcement of security at the Mexico border in 2011, Texas bought six new gunboats that can fire 900 rounds a minute and clock highway speeds. But the boats, which cost $580,000 each, spent more time docked than patrolling the Rio Grande.
- Spike in meth seen from Mexico as US production low Updated: Jun-16-15 6:13 pm
TUCSON, Arizona - Border officers have seized more methamphetamine in Arizona this fiscal year than they did the entire previous year, continuing an upward trend for the drug that officials say is much easier and cheaper to manufacture in Mexico.
- Mexico supports probe into shooting of US helicopter Updated: Jun-11-15 9:05 pm
MEXICO CITY - The Mexican government says it is working with the United States in the investigation into a shooting attack on a U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter on June 5, but says it "categorically rejects any attempt to see the border as a security threat."
- Man died of cardiac arrest at San Diego border crossing Updated: Jun-09-15 9:48 pm
SAN DIEGO - An autopsy finds a man who was shot multiple times with a stun gun by U.S. immigration authorities at a San Diego border crossing died of cardiac arrest.
- US government challenges Chinese tourist's injury claim Updated: Jun-08-15 1:23 am
BUFFALO, New York - The United States government is defending itself against a Chinese tourist's $10 million injury claim with the testimony of a surprising witness - a border agent the government initially fired and charged criminally in the case.