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Some Illegal Immigrants Allowed to Stay Under Obama Order

President Obama's executive order to temporarily halt deportation of some undocumented immigrants has provided hope to them, but it also has put many families and friends on opposite sides of a divide.

Monica Sibri and Yohan Garcia are friends. Garcia came to the United States when he was 15, Sibri when she was 16. He is eligible to remain in the country for now; she is not.

President Obama this year drew a line. Immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally at age 15 or younger are eligible to stay for at least two years.

Bean Bag Diplomacy

Another foreign policy disaster. Another attempt at cover up. It’s just more of the lessons being learned from the September 11 Benghazi assassination of four Americans.

The foreign policy of the Obama administration is as delusional as their views on self-defense.

Generally, liberals are more afraid of possessing the means of self-defense than they are of being attacked by thugs. We not only see this in their foreign policy, but in the way they choose to govern here at home, as well.

US Imposes Penalties on MS-13 Gang

The U.S. government has stepped up its crackdown on Mara Salvatrucha, a violent gang with roots in El Salvador that has been increasing its presence in the United States.

The Treasury Department announced Thursday it had branded the group as a transnational criminal organization, a designation that allows the government to block any assets the gang has in the United States and prohibit U.S. citizens from conducting business with the group.

Designation Targets Latin American Gang Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13)

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Coast Guard Cutter Offloads $2 Million Worth of Marijuana at Port Canaveral

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Resolute Returns Home, Offloads $36 Million Drug Seizure

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Zetas Drug Cartel Leader Apparently Dead

The Mexican navy says the leader of the powerful Zetas drug cartel, Heriberto Lazcano, was apparently killed in a shootout in a northern border state.

​​A navy statement says two alleged gang members were killed in a gunfight with naval forces in the northern state of Coahuila on Sunday, and there was "strong evidence" that one of them was Lazcano.

However, it says more forensics tests need to be carried out to confirm the identification.

The Zetas are considered one of Mexico's main drug cartels and are known for decapitating and dismembering their enemies.

CBP Predator-B Unmanned Aircraft Tracks Drugs Smugglers

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