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Feds Issue Terror Watch for the Texas/Mexico Border

The Department of Homeland Security is alerting Texas authorities to be on the lookout for a suspected member of the Somalia-based Al Shabaab terrorist group who might be attempting to travel to the United States through Mexico, a security expert who has seen the memo tells FOXNews.com.

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Morses Line Port Debate Rages in Vermont

“What a difference a generation makes,” Frank Spendley, a former Customs and Border Protection district director told a crowd gathered at the Franklin Town Hall [in Franklin, Vt.] to discuss the future of the Morses Line port of entry [on the US-Canadian border].

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Mexican Drug War Affecting US Homeland Security

Image ImageDuring his visit last week to the US, Mexican President Felipe Calderon made an appeal to Congress asking for "more cooperation" when it comes to fighting the war on drugs. He also asked Congress to stop the American gun trade to Mexico—noting that 80 percent of the guns seized in drug raids come from the US. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses why the drug war has moved beyond the borders of Mexico and how it is affecting US homeland security.

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Vt. Farmer Draws a Line at US Bid to Bolster Border

The red brick house sits unassumingly on a sleepy back road where the lush farmlands of northern Vermont roll quietly into Canada. This is the Morses Line border crossing, a point of entry into the United States where more than three cars an hour constitute heavy traffic.

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