Southern border

Border Patrol agents apprehend a group of migrants near downtown El Paso, Texas following the congressional border delegation visit on March 15, 2021. - President Joe Biden faced mounting pressure Monday from Republicans over his handling of a surge in migrants -- including thousands of unaccompanied children -- arriving at the US-Mexican border. Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy of California, who leads his party in the House of Representatives, told reporters last week the "crisis at the border is spiraling out of control.""It's entirely caused by the actions of this administration," said McCarthy. (Photo by Justin Hamel / AFP) (Photo by JUSTIN HAMEL/AFP via Getty Images)

DHS giving free smartphones to illegal immigrants

The Biden administration is giving illegal immigrants smartphones in an effort to keep tabs on them until their court date. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the move Wednesday, saying it was part of the so-called Alternatives to Detention Program, which also utilizes GPS ankle monitors and smartlink to track immigrants.








A migrant family from Brazil waits to be processed by U.S. Border Patrol agents after passing through a gap in the border wall from Mexico in Yuma, Ariz., Thursday, June 10, 2021, to seek asylum. The families are part of an influx of asylum-seekers entering the U.S. in the Yuma area from South America and other continents. (AP Photo/Eugene Garcia)

House GOP introduces bill to remove Harris as border czar

House Republican Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) introduced a bill to oust Vice President Kamala Harris from her role as border czar. The new legislation, which has 26 GOP co-sponsors, would remove Harris from overseeing border issues and force the government to recognize border security as national security.


One-on-One with U.S. Senate Candidate Jim Lamon

Lawmakers nationwide are calling for the Biden administration to secure the southern border as illegal immigration is at a decades-long high and as illegal drugs continue to pour across at record rates. One America’s Stella Escobedo spoke with a U.S. Senate candidate from Arizona, Jim Lamon, to find out what he thinks needs to be done.