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US Warns Americans Not to Travel to Acapulco

As Mexico continues to be the center of daily protests across the nation, the U.S. Embassy issued a travel advisory on Friday evening warning tourists to avoid non-essential travel to the famous resort town of Acapulco. Nov 22, 2014 3:59 PM PT

Two Foreign Diplomats Robbed at Gunpoint in Mexico City

Despite the many claims by the Mexican government that crime has decreased, it continues to hold the country hostage. The latest victims are two diplomats from Qatar, who were robbed at gunpoint in Mexico City. Nov 22, 2014 8:40 AM PT

EXCLUSIVE: Texas Police Border Surge Bankrupting Cartel Smugglers

Strong law enforcement presence and close cooperation in response to the recent immigration surge in the South Texas Border has been running cartel smugglers out of business, and forcing them to engage in common crime such as store robberies and theft. Nov 21, 2014 11:29 AM PT

Texas Sheriffs and Cops: Key To Immigration Surge Is The Message

On the day after U.S. President Barack Obama announced his immigration executive action, some of the top law enforcement officials on the Texas border say that the key to avoiding a new immigration crisis lies on the message that gets taken back to other countries. Nov 21, 2014 10:57 AM PT

Texas Border Cops and Sheriff's Prepare For Possible Surge

As the news of President Barrack Obama’s executive action on immigration spreads, the Texas border could see a new immigration surge in the near future. One of the concerns of law enforcement is criminal aliens trying to hide within the surge. Nov 21, 2014 9:47 AM PT

Fugitive Mexican Mayor: US Federal Agents Set Me Up

Matamoros, Tamaulipas -- A former mayor of the Mexican border city of Matamoros claims that a series of money laundering charges brought against him in U.S. federal court are politically motivated in order to keep him from running for Mexico’s congress in that nation’s next election. Nov 21, 2014 6:11 AM PT

Texas Border Voter Fraud Lawsuit: The Mailman Did It

MCALLEN, Texas -- Mailmen are selling lists of voters mailing addresses so candidates and supporters can go visit them and “help” fill out their ballots has the latest corruption scandal along the Texas Border. Nov 20, 2014 5:35 AM PT

Two Mexican Governors Have Resigned This Year Over Non-Stop Violence

While Mexican officials continue to claim that the security situation in the country is improving, so far this year two governors have resigned amid chaos and bloodshed while a former mayor sits behind bars for his role in the execution of 43 education students. Nov 16, 2014 2:02 PM PT

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