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Some in the migrant caravan carrying serious health issues, HIV/AIDS, & TB

Caravan migrants present on arrival with a host of health concerns.

Large groups of illegal aliens continue to flow in, arrested by U.S. Border Patrol

Border Agents apprehend over 100 family units and unaccompanied children near Granjeno, Texas

U.S. Depart. of Labor announces record $304M in recovered wages for workers in fiscal...

$304 million in back wages, a record for the U.S. Department of Labor.

First Responders Come to the Rescue on New Forever Stamp

Firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency medical service professionals and other emergency personnel are being recognized by the U.S. Postal Service for the Honoring First Responders Forever stamp.

Improperly Installed Spray Foam Insulation Could Impact Ability to Protect from Termites

Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black and the Georgia Department of Agriculture's Structural Pest Division are urging homeowners to fully review their pest control contract before opting for spray foam insulation in their home's crawl space.

Mexico starts to deport 98 migrants after border rush

Mexican immigration authorities initiated the deportation process for 98 Central American caravan migrants who recently rushed an international port of entry in Tijuana.

Parkland, FL parents ask media not use Sante Fe, TX shooter’s name in reports

Parents of Parkland, FL school shooting victims send a message to the media.

U.S. Ag. Secretary says USDA is ‘ready to assist’ farmers and ranchers in the...

USDA announces its intentions to help farmers and ranchers amid Hurricane Michael.

HUD and VA Announce Additional Support to Help Homeless Veterans Find Permanent Homes

Second Round of HUD-VASH vouchers to provide housing for veterans and their families In a continuing effort to help end veteran homelessness, the U.S. Department...