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The Border Patrol topic provides current news and information about ongoing border protection issues and challenges. The Border Patrol, along with hundreds of local agencies under whose jurisdiction that border falls, are responsible for protecting 8,000 miles of U.S. border, not including many thousands of miles of shoreline.
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Epilogue: Justice for Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz? Dave Grossi - Tactics & Training

Epilogue: Justice for Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz?

One can only guess what the jury’s findings might have been had they known about the “armed escort alert” received by the agents 24 hours earlier that escalated their awareness level - Full Story

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Police arrest 13 protesting Ala. immigration law

Federal courts have blocked parts of the Republican-backed law from taking effect - Full Story

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Border wilderness enforcement debated in DC

Proposed waiver to environmental law faces skeptics who say the one-size-fits all approach to reshape border protection makes little sense - Full Story

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Man avoids jail by faking illegal immigrant status

A Utah man dodged prison and got himself deported to Mexico - Full Story

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Sheriff: Man killed by border agent drove at him

The vehicle was suspected of smuggling illegal immigrants - Full Story

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US northern border checks scaled back

US northern border checks scaled back

Routine bus, train and airport checks typically involved agents milling about and questioning people who appeared suspicious. Critics said the tactic violated travelers' civil liberties. (AP Image) Ordered to stop

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US northern border checks scaled back

Current and former Border Patrol agents said field offices around the country began receiving the order last month - Full Story

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Feds challenge Ala. immigration law

Similar laws have been passed in Utah, Georgia, South Carolina and Indiana - Full Story

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Immigration officer arrested for pot smuggling

Officer threw bundles of marijuana out the window of his government vehicle - Full Story

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Vt. trooper correct to detain immigrants

Vt. trooper correct to detain immigrants

A traffic stop and a subsequent protest prompted Gov. Peter Shumlin to ask whether Vermont State Police followed "bias-free" policing policies. Reported to Border Patrol



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