After 'Long Trips,' Dozens Of New U.S. Citizens Sworn InNearly 80 people came together Thursday morning to take the oath as American citizens in a naturalization ceremony in Denver.
National Guard Troops To Be Sent To 'Lawless' Southern BorderPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a proclamation directing the deployment of the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border to fight illegal immigration.
Trump: 'We're Going To Be Guarding Our Border With The Military' Until Wall Is CompletePresident Barack Obama deployed up to 1,200 National Guard troops to the border in 2010 and President George W. Bush deployed personnel in 2006.
Trump: 'Our Country Is Being Stolen' Due To Illegal ImmigrationThe President's comments on Monday come a day after he tweeted "NO MORE DACA DEAL."
Trump Suggests US Military Fund Construction Of Border WallIt was not immediately clear how serious Trump was, but the move would likely face steep hurdles with appropriators in Congress.
Suspected Serial Rapist, Former Mexican Police Officer Sentenced To 72+ Years In PrisonA former Mexican police officer and suspected serial rapist, convicted of a brutal rape in Aurora, has been sentenced to more than 72 years in prison.
State Department Warns Spring Breakers Of Mexico ThreatThe State Department warned US citizens against travel to Mexico's Playa del Carmen late Wednesday, a week after an explosive device was found on a tourist ferry in the area.
Two Airlines Look To Team Up To Provide More Options For PassengersFrontier and Volaris Airlines hope to join forces to offer more low cost flights to passengers.
12 Killed After Bus Carrying Tourists Crashes In MexicoRoyal Caribbean Cruises said in a statement that passengers from two of its ships were on the bus.
Border Agent Dies After Being Injured In The Line Of Duty In TexasThe 36-year-old agent was killed and his partner is hospitalized in serious condition.
Aeromexico Returns To DIAAeromexico is bringing back a seasonal flight to Denver International Airport.
US, Mexico Expand Pact On Managing Overused Colorado RiverThe United States and Mexico have agreed to renew and expand a far-reaching conservation agreement that governs how they manage the overused Colorado River.