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Otay Mesa Drug Tunnel

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Major Drug Tunnel Discovered Under US-Mexico Border

U.S. authorities have uncovered a major drug smuggling tunnel under the border with Mexico and seized 14 tons of marijuana during searches related to an investigation.

Officials say the cross-border tunnel was about 400 meters long and connected warehouses in Tijuana, Mexico and in an industrial park in the San Diego, California area. The investigators also say the tunnel, which was discovered Tuesday, was equipped with structural supports, electricity and a ventilation system. The multi-agency San Diego Tunnel Task Force is conducting the investigation.

ICE seizes rare painting stolen by the Nazis during World War II

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CBP K-9 BRoll

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Obama Administration Challenges South Carolina Immigration Law

The Obama administration has asked a court to block parts of South Carolina's new immigration law, saying those provisions are unconstitutional and interfere with federal immigration authority.

Operation Pipeline Express Drug Arrests

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US Army modified UH-60M used in arrest of alleged members of Mexican drug cartel

Blackhawk helicopters modified by the U.S. Army for the Mexican military were used in an operation in Colombia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico that led to the arrest of alleged members of Los Zetas.

Elements of the Mexican Secretary of the Navy (Semar) arrested 19 alleged members of Los Zetas, a Mexican drug cartel, according to a Sept. 20 article by Ruben Mosso in the Milenio, a Mexican newspaper.

US Weighs Fencing Parts of Shared Canadian Border

The United States and Canada share the longest unfortified border in the world. In the border town of Blaine, Washington, a shallow ditch and some warning signs are all that separate U.S. territory from Canada. But that could be about to change.

US Government Asks Court to Halt Alabama Immigration Law

The Obama administration has asked an appeals court to halt the strict, new immigration law in Alabama.

The Justice Department says the law is driving immigrants from Alabama, and invites discrimination against foreign-born people who are legally in the state.

The motion was filed Friday in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.