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CBP launched fast track to expedite hiring of highly qualified agents and officers

In FY 2018, CBP was able to net more frontline personnel than it lost for the first time in years.

Multi-agency Partnership Launches $1.55M Challenge for New Solutions to Detect Opioids

The Challenge calls upon innovators to submit novel plans for rapid, nonintrusive detection tools that will help find illicit opioids being trafficked into the United States through international mail.

Treasury: Average Tax Refunds Up 1.3% Percent from 2018

The average refund at this point in the filing season is now up 1.3 percent over last year based on 47.7 million individual returns processed thus far in 2019 compared 49.2 million returns processed in 2018.

CBP officers seize counterfeit iPhones at Pembina Port of Entry

. Examination revealed the phones were counterfeit. As a result, CBP seized those items. The counterfeit merchandise has an aggregate manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $31,200.

ICE discovers 67 illegal aliens, including 6 unaccompanied teens, in deplorable conditions in a...

67 illegal aliens from Guatemala and Ecuador, including six unaccompanied teenagers, in a stash house in Dexter, New Mexico were found by ICE agents.

Interior Partners with Private Land Owners to Fund Conservation Initiatives

“The important role that private lands play in conservation cannot be overstated,” said Acting Secretary Bernhardt. “Of course, our public lands play a pivotal role conserving habitat and migration corridors as well, but we must continue to be a good neighbor and all work together

ISIS Supporter Sentenced to Almost 16 Years for Attempting to Provide Material Support to...

Defendant Admitted Creating Twitter and Facebook Accounts for People He Believed Were Supporters of ISIS

Department of Energy Announces $50 Million for Commercial Truck, Off-road Vehicle, and Gaseous Fuels...

Friday, the U.S. Department of Energy announced up to $51.5 million for new and innovative research of technologies for trucks, off-road vehicles, and the...

MAP MONDAY: America’s Most Car Accident-Prone Cities

Every time you hit the road, you're at risk of getting in a car accident, but a recently study shows that some cities are more prone to be home accidents than others.