The real issues about border security go beyond having more people on patrol or more surveillance equipment monitoring desolate areas.
Secretary Johnson does not come to the position with a wealth of trade experience; he should look to industry experts for best practices and new ideas.
The Mexican Congress this fall increased its country’s border region sales tax rate from 11 percent to 16 percent.
The recent theft of radioactive material in Mexico is a reminder of just how little knowledge we have of dangerous materials traveling the highways of our southern neighbor.
Though illegal apprehensions are at historic lows, illegal entries through Texas have risen by 16 percent year over year.
A majority of Mexicans support the idea of reforming Pemex, but over 60 percent oppose outside foreign investors gaining a foothold in the country’s energy sector.
If I were on the Senate Finance Committee, here are some questions I’d pose to the president’s latest nominee, Gil Kerlikowske.
Secretary of Homeland Security’s announcement that she will be leaving her cabinet post injects even more uncertainty into the fate of the so-called virtual fence along the...
With the immigration bill headed to the House, a big dose of real leadership will be needed once again, as the legislation is already facing criticism from both parties.
Lawmakers should be especially sensitive to calls to install an exit control system at our land border crossings with Canada and Mexico.