The heroic images of first responders and volunteers rescuing Texas flood victims overshadowed a little known group of rescuers who were not saving lives, but struggling to honor those lives already lived.
President Trump’s proposed wall along the southwest border could cost Mexico more than just the price of building it: An official estimated that cartels send a stunning $64 billion worth of drugs into the U.S. every year.
The “Coca-Cola: Not So Silent Nights” ad on YouTube encouraging revelers to enjoy a Coke during the holidays was a joyous sign of the festive season — until it ended and a dark message from Anwar al-Awlaki emerged.
The hung jury that resulted in a mistrial Tuesday of two Albuquerque cops charged with the 2014 shooting death of a homeless man has heightened concerns of whether police nationwide are using deadly force with impunity and how this decision may affect impending cases across the country.
Critics say a combination of federal and local policies is rolling out the red carpet for illegal immigrants, some of whom have committed violent crimes, to pour into a Long Island, N.Y., where four teens have been murdered in recent weeks.
The village of Brentwood, on New York’s Long Island, is nearly 2,000 miles from the Mexican border, but with four dead teenagers, it has become a flashpoint in the debate over federal immigration policies and their possible links to gang violence.
A surge of unaccompanied children coming across the southern border could be swelling the ranks of one of America’s most dangerous gangs, either as fresh recruits or hardened sleepers, according to federal authorities.
Residents of this small an dusty hamlet range from bemused to skeptical as they watch a 1.4-mile stretch of the border fence being rebuilt to imposing new specifications, with many saying the nearly $12 million project is unlikely to stem the tide of illegal immigrants they find under their trailers, in their backyards or wandering through town.
A prominent southwest university’s medical school could face a criminal probe after it was revealed that students dissected aborted fetal brains and other body parts at a summer camp.
It didn’t take long for the new gender identity policy in Albuquerque schools to cause confusion, after a memo from one assistant principal told teachers not to refer to students as boys or girls.
The now-deadly hunt for a treasure worth as much as $2 million and hidden somewhere in the rugged wilderness of the Southwest will continue, although the ex-wife of a man who perished in the search told FoxNews.com she wants proof it really is out there.
South of the border, Grupo Beta is seen as a humanitarian organization that steers north-bound migrants through the crossfire of warring drug cartels. But in Texas, many view it as part of a pipeline that sends humans and drugs pouring into the U.S., all with the funding and backing of the Mexican government.
Residents of this tiny Mozano Mountain community were devastated when a fire last month scorched 18,000 acres and destroyed a dozen homes. When they learned it was started by the federal government, they were angry.