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Five Children Killed in Texas Mobile Home Fire

An Edna, Texas, family was ripped apart as five children were killed in an overnight fire in their mobile home. Three other members of the family managed to escape the early-morning blaze. 25 Nov 2014, 12:20 PM PDT

Sharpton Slams Ferguson Prosecutor, Props Up Federal Investigation

Following the announcement that a grand jury will not indict Officer Darren Wilson -- who fatally shot black teen Mike Brown -- Reverend Al Sharpton spoke to a crowd near Ferguson, Missouri. Sharpton told the riled up crowd that the federal government will be investigating the death of Brown; he made it exceedingly clear that in his view, St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch did not do an adequate job. 25 Nov 2014, 12:18 PM PDT

Abbott Ready to Sue Obama Over Immigration Within Two Weeks

AUSTIN, Texas -- Attorney General and Governor-elect Greg Abbott is prepared to file a lawsuit opposing President Barack Obama's executive orders shielding illegal immigrants from deportation in as little as two weeks. Abbott made the announcement at a press conference Monday in Austin.  25 Nov 2014, 12:00 PM PDT

Missouri Lt. Gov. Rips Gov. Nixon Over Lack of National Guard Presence in Ferguson

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) came under political fire from his Lt. Governor Peter Kinder (R) for failing to deploy the Missouri National Guard in Ferguson before rioting got out of control. Kinder appeared on Fox News Tuesday morning with Martha MacCallum and expressed strong criticism about the Governor’s lack of action and lack of communication. 25 Nov 2014, 8:20 AM PDT

Separation of Powers Act Introduced to Strip Obama's Amnesty Funds

Representatives Ted Poe (R-TX) and Diane Black (R-TX) introduced a bill entitled the “Separation of Powers Act” to strip President Obama of the funds necessary to carry out his announced executive amnesty Thursday night. The bill is designed to prohibit the use of any funds for granting deferred action. 25 Nov 2014, 7:39 AM PDT

Female CNN Reporter Hit in Head by Rock While On-Air in Ferguson

CNN reporter Sara Sidner was struck in the head by a rock thrown by one of the hooligans protesting the outcome of the Ferguson grand jury. Sidner appeared uninjured after being struck by the rock. Several rocks could be seen coming into view on the screen during her report on the looting and burning of commercial buildings. 24 Nov 2014

Ferguson Cop Releases Letter Thanking Supporters

Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson released a letter thanking his supporters after news broke that a grand jury had decided not to indict him for the shooting of Michael Brown. The statement was read live on KSDK, the St. Louis local NBC affiliate, by a female supporter of Wilson's who asked to remain anonymous to protect her identity. 24 Nov 2014

St. Louis PD: Officer Shot Amid Ferguson 'Protests'

A University City, Missouri police officer has been shot following the announcement that police officer Darren Wilson -- who fatally shot black teen Michael Brown -- will not be indicted, according to the St. Louis County Police Department. 24 Nov 2014

Portland Police Chief Orders Officers to Remove Pro-Darren Wilson Facebook Posts

The Portland (Oregon) Chief of Police ordered his officers to remove Facebook posts in support of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, after St. Louis County prosecutors announced that a grand jury had decided not to indict Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown. At least three Portland police officers had posted images on Facebook in support of Wilson of their badges covered with what appears to be an armband with the words "I AM DARREN WILSON," as reported by Oregon Live. 24 Nov 2014

Tear Gas Deployed in Ferguson Amid Chaos

Tear gas was deployed by law enforcement officers in Ferguson, Missouri against people who were protesting the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case. As Breitbart News reported earlier, the decision of a Ferguson grand jury to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Brown sparked protests in the town just outside St. Louis. 24 Nov 2014

Ferguson Prosecutor Will Not Pursue Perjury Charges Against Witnesses

Prosecutors do not plan to pursue perjury charges against witnesses in the Michael Brown case who changed or recanted their stories, or whose testimony was contradicted the physical evidence, according to St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch. McCulloch made this statement while speaking to reporters after announcing that a Ferguson grand jury had decided to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Brown, as Breitbart Texas reported earlier. 24 Nov 2014

BREAKING: Ferguson Cop Not Indicted

A Ferguson, Missouri grand jury will not bring any criminal charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, 28. Wilson was under investigation for shooting Michael Brown, 18, on August 9, 2014. The decision was announced by a St. Louis County prosecutor, Robert McCulloch. 24 Nov 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Updates from Ferguson

A grand jury has decided not to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot black teen Michael Brown. Breitbart News has reporters on the ground in Ferguson and will be posting live updates from the ground. 24 Nov 2014

Missouri Homeschooling Family Sues After Attacked by Authorities with Tasers for 'Messy House'

A homeschooling family in Missouri filed a lawsuit in a federal district court this week against two police officers, claiming that the officers deprived them of their rights under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution for actions that allegedly occurred when the police entered their home without a warrant in September 2011, including the parents being attacked with Tasers and pepper spray and being physically assaulted, all in front of their children. 24 Nov 2014

Texas Cities Get Mediocre Grades for Ride-Sharing Regulations

AUSTIN, Texas -- The Lone Star State has a well-deserved reputation for being business-friendly, but when it comes to regulating ride-sharing services -- the alternatives to traditional transportation options like taxis and shuttles -- Texas cities get only mediocre grades. 24 Nov 2014

Geraldo Gets Slapped Down in Immigration Debate

In an appearance on Fox News Channel's Hannity show, Geraldo Rivera attempted to justify President Barack Obama's executive orders protecting millions of illegal immigrants from deportation, blaming "hard-core, tea party radicals" in Congress for forcing the President to act, but found himself repeatedly slapped down rhetorically by both the host of the show, Sean Hannity, and his fellow guest, A.J. Delgado, a National Review columnist and contributor at Breitbart.com. 24 Nov 2014

Feds Aid in $97 Million Cocaine Bust

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents initiated a $97 million cocaine bust on November 17. The drugs, which weighed 1,300 pounds, were seized from a vessel Southwest of Panama. 24 Nov 2014

Texas Sheriff's Deputy Killed In Rollover Wreck

MCALLEN, Texas -- Within a two day span, law enforcement officers on the Texas border mourn the loss of one of their own who died in a fatal crash while thankful at the same time that another brother in arms survived a similar crash. 23 Nov 2014

Breitbart Texas Reporter in Rollover Accident While on Border Assignment

Breitbart Texas reporter Bob Price was in a rollover car accident Saturday evening while on assignment riding along with a Brooks County Sheriff's Department volunteer reserve deputy named Daniel Walden. Thankfully, neither Price nor Walden were seriously injured in the accident, which occurred on U.S. Highway 281 just north of the Hidalgo County line around 9:25 pm Central Time. 23 Nov 2014

Texas Construction Firms, Desperate For Workers, Call for Immigration Reform

AUSTIN, Texas -- After President Barack Obama announced on Thursday his intention to enact immigration reforms by executive order, his plans are being criticized by construction companies in Texas, who say that this approach is inadequate to address their hiring needs. A group of representatives from the industry convened in Houston with other business leaders this week and called for Congressional action on immigration. 23 Nov 2014

Texas Social Studies Textbook Adoption Victory Only Skin Deep

On Friday, November 21, the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) rendered its final decisions in on the new Social Studies instructional materials up for adoption. Following a contentious multi-month process fraught with attacks from education progressives like the Texas Freedom Network (TFN), the SBOE voted 10-5 to approve new materials that retained coverage of Moses and Judeo-Christian principles and their impact on American law, government and its founding. A celebrated victory, albeit the realities of Senate Bill 6 (SB 6) point to a win that may only be skin deep. 23 Nov 2014

More Illegal Immigration Could Be Spurred By Central American Media

Following Obama's speech on Thursday evening -- during which he announced that he will unilaterally protect some 5 million illegal aliens from deportation -- Central American media outlets ran front-page articles describing the president's order. Nearly every top online newspaper in Central America featured news stories describing Obama's announcement. It is easy for one to imagine that the widespread coverage of the president's executive order could encourage more foreigners to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border. 23 Nov 2014

Earthquake Hits North Texas

North Texas was hit with an earthquake late Saturday night. At this time there are no known injuries, nor is there any damage, resulting from the incident. 22 Nov 2014

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. 22 Nov 2014

National Guardsman Convicted of Sex Trafficking Minor

A federal court in San Antonio, Texas, convicted New Hampshire National Guard Lt. Colonel Raymond Valas, 41, of sex trafficking a minor. The minor was a 15-year-old girl. During the trial the Colonel said he was contacting the female prostitute as part of a research project for his Army War College thesis. 22 Nov 2014

Univision’s Jorge Ramos: ‘Obama is Paying a Debt to the Latino Community’

Univision’s Jorge Ramos said President Obama is “paying a debt to the Latino community.” Ramos, who has been critical in the past of President Obama’s failed promises to the Latino community made this remark outside the White House just after President Obama’s Executive Action which created amnesty for about $5 million people. 22 Nov 2014

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