A new directive from Customs and Border Protection instructs federal employees at the two main immigration enforcement agencies to stop referring to migrants as “aliens.”
Legislation has been introduced that would give time and a half pay for certain hours of overtime to Border Patrol agents.
CBP is offering Border Patrol agents a retention bonus in an effort to combat a shortage of manpower on the southern border.
CBP removed an employee for a positive drug test, but he claimed he must have unwittingly eaten a laced brownie beforehand.
The U.S. Border Patrol has named its first female chief to lead the agency.
The newly constituted FLRA has issued a landmark decision to restrict the bargaining obligation between agencies and unions. Here is a summary and analysis.
A Customs and Border Protection Officer who has been on the city council for a Texas town was told by the agency to resign his seat because of an apparent conflict of interest. The employee went to court and district court has issued a preliminary injunction in his favor.