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New Zika Virus Test Receives Emergency Approval

A new test for the ZIka virus has received emergency approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just as officials announced the discovery of an additional mosquito found to be carrying the virus deep into the United States.

Pro-Muslim rally in Austin

Texas Leads Nation in Refugee Resettlement

Texas leads the nation in refugee resettlement despite objections from the governor and a lawsuit from the state. The Lone Star State is now home to 2,677 refugees who have been settled in the state since October 2015. While Texas is followed closely by California, who has resettled 2,654 refugees, the next closest state is Washington with about half that resettled in Texas, according to information obtained from the U.S. Department of State by Breitbart Texas.

Army National Guard vehicles allow rescue workers to check on the welfare of residents who decided to stay in their homes during Brazos River flooding in the Horseshoe Bend area of Parker County, Texas, on Tuesday, April 19,  2016. (Joyce Marshall/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS)

Rapidly Rising Texas Flood Claims Life of Woman, 4 Grandchildren

An East Texas woman and her four grandchildren were found dead after a flash flood caused by more torrential rains in an already water-logged region. The 64-year-old grandmother was apparently attempting to escape the rapidly rising flood waters with her four grandchildren. The flooding was caused by yet another massive Texas rainfall.

Mounted Border Patrol

More Felons and Sex Offenders Caught Crossing Back into U.S.

Border Patrol agents from the El Paso Sector captured two more sex offenders and a felonious gang member who had crossed back into the United States after being previously deported. These arrests by Border Patrol agents prove the fallacy of not securing the border after deporting these criminals.

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18,000 Illegal Aliens Caught in 5 Months — In Single Texas Sector

Nearly 18,000 illegal aliens were apprehended by Border Patrol agents in just one sector of the Texas/Mexico border, the Laredo Sector. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Laredo Sector had an impressive first five months of the current fiscal year which began in October 2015. 17,945 apprehensions were made of illegal aliens who had crossed the border from Mexico.

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Feds Seize $300K in Drugs at Texas Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers assigned to the Eagle Pass Port of Entry seized more than $300,000 in heroin during a smuggling attempt at the Texas border over the weekend.

BP Agents arrests Drug Smuggler

Border Patrol Agent Assaulted in Arizona

A U.S. Border Patrol agent was assaulted near Cowlick, Arizona, while attempting to apprehend a group of marijuana smugglers. One agent fired on the suspects after they began throwing rocks.

Glen Robertson on Border with Agent Hector Garza and Brandon Darby

Lubbock Mayor Shocked by Border Tour: ‘More Porous Than I Imagined’

Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson toured the U.S.-Mexico border with Border Patrol agents and Breitbart Texas Director Brandon Darby. Despite heavy rainfall, Robertson got a first-hand look at just how wide open the border is and what agents have to deal with in attempting to secure our border. Robertson is currently in a primary runoff for the Texas CD-19 seat left open by retiring Randy Neugebauer and the mayor has emerged as a champion for the Border Patrol agents’ cause.

Submerged Car

Houston Floods Claim 5 Lives, More Rain Expected

More heavy rains are expected through Thursday following the massive flooding in the Bayou city that has now claimed at least five lives. Across the area, roadway looked more like rivers and deep underpasses became hidden death traps.