The ongoing migrant crisis is unprecedented, both in scale and the effect it has had beyond the border states to cities located deep within the country. Major cities such as New York, Denver and Chicago are finding themselves under extreme financial pressure, exacerbated by the lack of federal funding or assistance. So just how long can cities withstand the recent surge of migrants and what do they need to end the crisis?
More federal assistance and funding are necessary to ensure that cities can survive the ongoing immigration crisis, according to experts on all sides.
President Joe Biden denounced the Mayorkas impeachment effort, calling it a "partisan abuse" of authority.
The court weighed in on a dispute between the Biden administration and Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who installed the wire in an effort to prevent illegal border crossings.
Cargo thieves are stealing millions of dollars worth of goods and the logistics industry is fighting back.
Cargo thieves are stealing millions of dollars worth of goods every year. Strategic cargo theft is surging, where criminals engage in identity theft and internet-based fraud. CNBC visited supply chain risk management company Overhaul's Louisville, Kentucky, operations to get an inside look at how the industry is fighting back. Watch the video above to learn more.
Some House Republicans are threatening to shut down the government if President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats don't agree to tougher border policies.
While holding the majority in 2021, House Democrats removed Greene and Gosar from their assigned committees due to controversial posts they made on social media.
Homeland Security has delayed the enforcement of the Real ID Act for a period of two years.
The Biden administration has been attempting to end the policy, which expelled millions of migrants at the border.
Legislators and retailers want Amazon and Facebook Marketplace to crack down on the sale of stolen goods following a recent spree of organized retail theft.
Coordinated robberies have swept U.S. stores in recent months, as retailers warn about a rise in organized retail crime. While punishments for shoplifters are hotly debated, new legislation would hold an entirely different group accountable: the online sites where the stolen goods are sold. Here's what Amazon, eBay and Meta's Facebook Marketplace say they're already doing to stop the sale of stolen goods online, and why major retailers have asked congress to impose stricter regulations.
The time it takes to get through airport security has become increasingly long. The TSA and airlines are turning to technology to try to speed things up.
A House panel said the vast majority of Customs and Border Protection agents who engaged in Facebook groups featuring racist and sexist posts remain on the job.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said immigration officers can no longer detain and deport people solely because they're undocumented.
No migrants remain at a border camp under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, where thousands of mostly Haitians amassed in recent days, the DHS secretary said Friday.
U.S. land borders with Canada and Mexico will remain closed to non-essential travel until at least July 21, the U.S. Homeland Security Department said.
The new Real ID deadline will be May 3, 2023, NBC News reports. Experts say it's still smart to get a Real ID soon.
Travelers who test positive for Covid abroad can face unexpected quarantines and substandard medical options, unless they have a way to get home.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said policymakers need to pave a path to citizenship or so-called Dreamers.