Investigators say the driver was a resident from the western part of New York state and a source says he was in the car with his wife.
Ivey is the latest Republican governor to send National Guard soldiers to the U.S.-Mexico border amid pleas from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Gov. Gavin Newsom spoke out Saturday against the governor of Texas after a 3-year-old migrant died on a bus from Texas to Chicago.
Barrels of life-saving water that a human rights group strategically placed for wayward migrants traveling on foot have vanished.
Nearly 1,000 migrants from South America formed a group to head north together in hopes of reaching the U.S.
A tractor-trailer meant to be shipping Brussels sprouts was found to have millions of dollars worth of meth hiding inside of it, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.
The pair planned to murder any Border Patrol agents who attempted to stop them.
After Title 42 rules were lifted, migrants and officials were still evaluating the change and the new policy adopted by the Biden administration to stabilize the border.
Brian Kolfage was sentenced Wednesday for defrauding donors to the We Build the Wall effort.
More than 100 pounds of methamphetamines were seized at the U.S.-Mexico border after authorities found the drugs disguised as candy and hidden in canned food.
In the video, a Texas National Guard soldier rushes to help a child alone on a floatation device in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Officials suggested the deaths and injuries were linked to human trafficking.
Although Michelle Obama has denied any interest in seeking office, former White House and Pentagon official Douglas MacKinnon said she has the "it" factor that could maybe beat Trump in 2024.
President Donald Trump pursued a similar ban in 2019 but a federal appeals court prevented it from taking effect.
Armed guards are accompanying trucks carrying avocados grown in Mexico heading to be exported to the U.S. during Super Bowl season. “We were coming down a dirt road and two young guys came out and they took our truck and tied us up.”
President Joe Biden issued an executive order on his first day in office to reunite families separated under his predecessor's policy of forcibly separating parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border to discourage illegal immigration.
U.S. authorities stopped migrants 251,487 times along the Mexican border in December.
It's Biden's first trip to the U.S.-Mexico border as president.
The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking an order that would lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum seekers.
The 38-year-old agent leaves behind two children, but has not been identified.