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Border Patrol Drops Hundreds of Illegals at San Diego Bus Stop

Hundreds of migrants were dropped off at a San Diego bus stop this week rather than a reception center because it ran out of local funding sooner than expected.

Facebook Allows Cartels to Advertise Smuggling Operations

Former acting director of the United States National Intelligence Richard Grenell revealed that Facebook allows cartels to advertise human smuggling operations.

White House Changes Immigration Statement With Mexico

The White House altered an official statement on immigration after meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Biden Admin Greenlights Border Wall Construction in South Texas, Waiving 26 Federal Laws

In a marked departure from earlier stances, the Biden administration on Wednesday facilitated the continuation of border wall construction in South Texas by waiving 26 federal laws.

Disney Employees, Illegal Immigrants Among Large-Scale Human Trafficking Operation in Florida: 219 Arrests

"Not only did we arrest more suspects during this single operation than we have ever arrested before, we identified 21 human trafficking victims; during a similar operation in February, we identified 24 victims," Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk County stated.

U.S. Border Sees Record-High Migrant Family Crossings in August

Border Patrol made 177,000 arrests in August, a steep increase from 132,652 in July and 99,539 in June.

Post-Title 42 World Sees Number of Illegal Immigrants in Border Patrol Custody Doubling

The number of illegal immigrants in Border Patrol custody has more than doubled since Title 42 ended.

Illegal Alien in Nebraska Accused of Sexually Abusing, Starving His Daughter

An illegal alien has been charged with physically and sexually abusing while also starving his teenage daughter in Lancaster County, Nebraska.

Fourth Bus of Migrants Arrives in Los Angeles

The migrant passengers came from an array of nations such as Venezuela, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, and Honduras.

Nearly 1,000 Venezuelan Migrants Form Caravan, Aim to Reach U.S. Border Amidst Rising Influx

The migrants disclosed that their entry into Mexico was unauthorized and facilitated by crossing a river that served as a natural border.

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