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Illegal Alien Flees to Avoid Trial on Food Stamp Scam

Law enforcement authorities are searching for a foreign national who they say cut off his GPS monitoring bracelet right before he was set to go to trial. The Dominican national allegedly fled to avoid charges involving a fraudulent $1.5 million food stamp racket.

Mexico’s Government Warns U.S.A. to Not Build Border Walls

The Mexican foreign secretary called the plan to build walls along the border a “hostile” and “deeply unfriendly” act, and an “aggravating action.” He warned that Mexico intends to conduct a fierce legal battle to stop any border walls that violate the rights of Mexicans.

ICE Arrests 76 Criminal Aliens in Round-up

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested 76 criminal aliens, including 57 with criminal records reflecting violent felonies. The arrests come days after a report revealing that the Obama Administration allowed 2.2 million deportable aliens to remain on the streets during the end of his term.

Texas Bill Adds Civil, Criminal Penalties for Sanctuary Cities

The Texas Legislature is on the final step to passing a bill that will penalize jurisdictions, including college campus police departments, which have sanctuary policies protecting illegal immigrants. The bill puts sharp teeth in the battle to stop such policies.

Texas Sanctuary City Bill One Step Closer to Passage

The Texas House moved forward on a weakened version of the Senate’s anti-sanctuary city bill following a 16-hour debate that ended at 3 a.m. Thursday. Democrats offered nearly 200 amendments to the bill in an effort to delay its passage.

Ice Operation Leads to Arrest of 95 Criminal Aliens in Texas

A targeted immigration enforcement action landed nearly 100 criminal aliens in jail during a four-day operation carried out in the Texas Gulf Coast region. The roundup led to the arrest of criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants and immigration fugitives in eight counties between Houston and Victoria.

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Man Shoots Boss, Self in Texas Workplace

A Texas man allegedly shot his boss and turned his gun on himself in a Dallas-area office building. Dallas police say the investigation is beginning and no reports are available about the condition of the shooter or his boss.

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31 Border Patrol Agents in Texas Recognized for Heroism

Officials honored 31 U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Laredo Sector during a ceremony held Tuesday night in south Texas. The ceremony recognized acts of bravery and life-saving efforts of the agents in eight separate incidents.

Tax Day Justice: DOJ Investigation of Lois Lerner Called for by Ways and Means Chairman

The chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to review evidence that Lois Lerner “broke the law to target Americans for their political beliefs.” The request comes after the DOJ refused, under the Obama Administration’s leadership, to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by the former IRS Exempt Organizations Division director.

Detained Illegal Aliens End 3-Day Hunger Strike

Illegal immigrants detained at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Washington, stopped a hunger strike shortly before Easter Sunday. The detainees demanded more money for doing chores, better food, and medical care.

Brian Terry statue located at the Brian Terry Border Patrol Station in Southern Arizona

EXCLUSIVE — Family of Slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry Says Eric Holder Among ‘The Real Criminals’ Responsible

The 2010 murder of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry by a 7-time previously deported illegal alien could have been prevented, says the agent’s brother Kent Terry in an exclusive interview with Breitbart Texas. Terry’s family hopes the Trump Administration will now go after “the real criminals” responsible for putting the “Fast and Furious” guns in the accused killer’s hands.