Penny Starr | Northern border represents the greatest threat from terrorists trying to enter the United States.
Washington Times | Activists said that illegal immigrants were arrested while protesting outside of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s office.
AZ Family.com | The marijuana was in a tractor-trailer load of Mexican squash.
Breitbart | Mexican national who entered the U.S. illegally to kill a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
Washington Times | Immigrants chained themselves to the wheels of a bus they said was headed to the airport to finish deport people.
Politico | House of Representatives seeking to enforce subpoenas for documents related to controversial Operation Fast and Furious gun investigation.
Voice of Russia | US Border Patrol Chief Michael Fisher describes an “alarming” and “detrimental” alcohol problem within the federal police agency.
Reason.com | “This is not increasing our security, in fact, it’s making us less secure.”
nj.com | Citizens in neighboring states would pay more tuition than illegals.
Courthouse News | Forced migrants to eat marijuana and spend the night in the desert without shoes, socks and coats.
10 News | Agents report to work under the influence of alcohol.
latimes.com | Conservatives were wrong to oppose the Senate legislation.
Washington Times | Government has paid less than 20 cents on the dollar to Arizona city after billed for hundreds of ambulance sorties.
Phoenix New Times | Sentenced to nine years in prison.
Barry Davis | The Texas Border Volunteers was formed seven years ago.
khou.com | Assailant who launched the rock Tuesday afternoon hasn’t been identified.
CNS News | $91.6 million also paid to providers.
Houston Chronicle | Popular scam being used recently to dupe victims out of money to help relatives who are supposedly in serious trouble.
NewsMax | ICE and CIS representatives say Congress should hold off on immigration reform at least until existing laws are properly enforced.
Green Bay Press Gazette | Immigration and Customs Enforcement shifted focus from workplace roundups to criminal immigrants.
Washington Times | U.S. authorities deported fewer immigrants in fiscal year 2013 than at any time since President Obama took office.
The Hill | House Republican backs Democratic-led immigration reform bill.
Reuters | House Republicans face resistance from grassroots conservatives who object to a potential pathway to U.S. citizenship.
Adan Salazar | Virginia Gov. candidate and Clinton pal McAuliffe’s former company tied to possible “green-card-for-sale” scam.
Courthouse News | Agents arrest people when they go to courthouses to pay traffic tickets, report crimes or get married, ACLU says.
Deseret News | U.S. Border Patrol agent from Utah died in a friendly fire incident last year.
GSN Magazine | Supports CBP’s personnel management system, payroll system, financial systems and border enforcement systems.
Breitbart | Increasingly little chance that House will consider immigration reform before end of the year.
AFP | The immigration reform bill was passed by the Senate in June but is yet to make it’s way through Congress.
Breitbart | Their goal is to get a vote on immigration reform this year.
NY Daily News | Mexicans running away from drug cartel horrors and seeking asylum in skyrocketing numbers.
NBC San Diego | CBP officers followed suspect vehicle all the way to U.S.-Mexico border crossing in Otay Mesa.
AZ Central | Lost momentum amid the “partisan brinkmanship” that led to shutdown.
Mountain Express | For the past 3 years, Consulate has brought office to Asheville so that these legal immigrants can get help with a variety of needs.
Fox News Latino | The frustration, say immigration advocates, is reaching a fever pitch.
CBS News | Alleged firearms trafficker allowed to operate for years despite significant evidence he was moving grenade parts and ammunition to Mexico’s drug cartels.
Reuters | Obama said on Tuesday that stalled immigration reform would be a top priority after debt ceiling crisis resolution.
FrontPage Mag | IRS allowed other service centers with far less rigorous standards to process the documents.
Local 2544.org | Apparently 18 USC 111 still only applies if an agent sustains serious injuries.
KPHO | Agents were “tipped off” to the aircraft flying in from Mexico.
The Monitor | U.S. CBP can’t legally compensate agents for work performed after Sept. 30, leaving them with smaller-than-normal paychecks.
Washington Post | Policy requires U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement keep an average of 34,000 detainees per day in its custody.
Washington Times | Suddenly unwelcome at the very Border Patrol agency he sought to protect.
Business Insider | A shutdown won’t make the organization more efficient — it will just make it more dysfunctional.
Washington Times | Immigrant rights activists blocking buses filled with illegal immigrants on their way to be deported.
Arizona Republic | Allegations sound similar to suit settled 2 weeks ago in Washington state, ACLU says.
L.A. Times | Senate may not take up the bill.
Washington Free Beacon | Pay was not addressed in legislation during the shutdown
Washington Examiner | A giant stage with lights and an “Immigration Reform Now” banner was set up in the center of the mall.
Latino Fox News | “And we know that the cartels are still working — they’re not on shutdown. People are still trying to cross.”