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Arizona State Senate

Arizona Senate Republicans launch border security plan, hopeful for Hobbs’ support – The Center Square

Photo: Arizona Senate Republicans announce their border security plan for the legislative session on Jan. 24, 2024. (Cameron Arcand | The Center Square) Arizona Senate Republicans launched their border security plan for the legislative session on Wednesday, including a bill that would designate the migrant surge an invasion. Senate Bill 1231, introduced by Sen. Janae Shamp, R-Surprise,


The year in photos: AP’s most memorable photos of 2023 – Associated Press

Photo: Fisherwomen and men pull in a net of fish off the coast of Chuao, Venezuela, in the early morning on June 7, 2023. Some women are joining a family tradition of fishing or launching new careers after losing jobs during Venezuela’s economic crisis. (AP Photo/Matias Delacroix) The mission of photojournalism is to capture moments

Border Security

Border crisis creates national security threat for U.S., observers say – The Center Square

Photo: Illegal immigrants crossing at El Paso The number of terror suspects captured trying to enter the U.S. illegally has soared since President Joe Biden took office. But with more than 1 million unidentified foreign nationals evading apprehension after entering the U.S., the potential that at least some are on the international terrorist watch list

Border crisis

Nearly 165,000 apprehended at southern border in July – The Center Square

Photo: Immigrants crossing the Rio Grande At least 164,753 foreign nationals were apprehended or reported evading capture after illegally entering the southwest border in July, according to preliminary Border Patrol data obtained by The Center Square. This includes 137,593 apprehensions and 27,160 gotaways. “Gotaways” is the official U.S. Customs and Border Protection term that refers

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Rep. Crane Slams Mayorkas at Homeland Security Committee Hearing as ‘MVP of Cartels’

“I know it’s been a tough day for you, and I think that’s for good reason.” Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ) confronted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his dereliction of duty in refusing to secure our southern border. Despite there having been more than 200,000 illegal border crossings each month for most of the Biden presidency, Mayorkas

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