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 Commentary: Even with numbers falling, the rest of the border crisis is not being solved - "...The latest shooting involving a border agent demonstrates that even with decreased numbers crossing the border, the danger and chaos on the border are just as big a threat as before the crisis began to lessen slightly. The shooting from over the weekend demonstrates that cartel and smuggling activities still need to be countered, even as the number of Central American family units crossing the border decreases."

 ‘People Actively Hate Us’: Inside the Border Patrol’s Morale Crisis - One Border Patrol agent in Tucson said he had been called a “sellout” and a “kid killer.” In El Paso, an agent said he and his colleagues in uniform had avoided eating lunch together except at certain “BP friendly” restaurants because “there’s always the possibility of them spitting in your food.”

 Trump's immigration crackdown starts to gain traction - With a little help from the Supreme Court and Mexico, US President Donald Trump's fitful crackdown on immigration is finally gaining traction.

 450 miles of border wall by next year? In Arizona, it starts

 Trump administration bars access to immigration tent courts - The Trump administration announced that new immigration courts in tents on the Texas border with Mexico will be closed to legal observers, the media and the public.

 Tent courthouses for migrants to open along Texas border, as questions abound

 U.S. credits Mexico, Central America for sharp drop in border arrests - The Trump administration credited Mexico and Central American countries with helping to cut U.S. border arrests by nearly 60% from a record high earlier this year but then lashed out at a federal judge for ruling against a strict anti-asylum policy.

 Report: Trump's Border Moves Are Working - As much as President Donald Trump and his administration has taken heat for their policies to stem illegal immigration and border crossings, the moves are working, according to Politico. The report cites government data for border arrests, which dropped to 51,000 in August, a 60% decrease from a peak in May.

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 Iran says it's ready for war with US after Saudi oil attack accusations - Tehran says US bases and aircraft carriers stationed up to 1,200 miles around Iran are within range of its missiles.

 Saudi-led coalition: Evidence indicates Iranian arms used in Saudi attack - The Saudi-led military coalition battling Yemen's Houthi movement said the attack on Saudi Arabian oil plants was carried out with Iranian weapons and was not launched from Yemen according to preliminary findings.

 Saudi Attacks Reveal Oil Supply Fragility in Asymmetric War - The latest and most destructive attacks on Saudi oil facilities provide stark evidence of the vulnerability of global crude supply in an age of disruptive technologies that can bring a century-old industry to its knees -- at least temporarily.

 Trapped, alone and 'desperate to come home.' American siblings barred from leaving China

 DEA: Illegal Ran Drug Ring From Ohio Jail - Mexican man used smuggled phone to traffic coke, fentanyl

 'Historic milestone': Senate confirms 150th Trump judicial nominee

 Commentary: Campaign 2020: TV’s War Against Trump Leaves Little Time for Dems - "...Much as they were four years ago, the Big Three evening newscasts continue to be obsessed with Donald Trump, pounding him incessantly with highly-negative coverage. But then as now, the networks’ fixation on Trump seems to be leaving comparatively little airtime for his would-be presidential challengers."

 AOC Screams for Trump’s Impeachment While Tulsi Gabbard Says Such an Action Would ‘Tear’ the ‘Country Apart’ - New York progressive's latest tweet is about getting the president out of office — others in her party don't agree


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