The following is a transcript of my cover story investigation on “Full Measure.” Watch the video by clicking the link at the end of the page. We begin with an important border issue you probably don’t know much about. Under longstanding federal policy, when underage kids are caught smuggling drugs from Mexico into the U.S., […]
This week, a new law went into effect that allows the state of New York to issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants can use foreign-issued documents to establish their age and identity. They do not need a valid social security number. A New York county clerk had reportedly challenged the new law, but […]
The following is from Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson. We’ve taken a lot of trips to our southern border to investigate at illegal immigration issues. Today, we go underground to get a close up look at what was once a major smuggling route in Nogales, Arizona that didn’t require the cartels to climb a wall […]
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently rescued 28 illegal immigrants, who were victims of human smugglers, as they tried to cross the Rio Grande River into the U.S. According to CBP, the rescue happened in mid-August and the group included 14 children as young as eight months old. Watch a portion of the rescue:
How much new border wall has really been built under President Trump?
The following is a news analysis. At a Congressional hearing this week, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz used her time to launch racially-tinged attacks against Ken Cuccinelli, the Trump administration’s head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Shultz told Cuccinelli that he and President Trump follow a “white supremacist ideology” and wish to block all […]
There are parallel debates happening in the U.S. and Europe over the pace of both legal and illegal immigration. Europe faced a crisis beginning with a massive influx of mostly Muslim refugees in 2015, and it created partisan battles and political divides in many countries. Those who advocate for controlled borders are often hit with […]
Fourteen years after Hurricane Katrina, mass amounts of federal tax money has been spent to protect New Orleans from a repeat disaster. More than 1800 people died as a result of the 2005 storm. Among the funds devoted to help are $19 billion for what amounts to the largest civil engineering project in U.S. history. […]