The commander of the Texas National Guard wants "predictability" for his troops who are living in motels along the border with Mexico and have the end of their deployment up in the air again.
Texas' decision to deploy National Guard troops along its border with Mexico is "unpleasant" and "reprehensible," Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says.
At least two Texas National Guard troops are in need of financial assistance after being sent to the Texas-Mexico border in response to a surge of children pouring into the U.S.
Mexico's Foreign Relations Department is denouncing Texas' decision to deploy National Guard troops along the border.
In coming weeks, Texas National Guardsmen on two separate missions will be working along the Texas-Mexico border.
Gov. Rick Perry has visited some of the 1,000 National Guard troops he's ordered to the Texas-Mexico border but says he does not know how long they'll be deployed.
The commander overseeing 1,000 National Guard troops being sent to the Rio Grande Valley says the open-ended mission is a first for the reserve military force.
Gov. Rick Perry says he's using $38 million in emergency funds to start deploying up to 1,000 National Guard troops to Texas' border with Mexico.
A legislative panel is questioning what Texas will ultimately have to show for the $4.2 million per week it's spending on beefed-up border security amid a surge of unaccompanied immigrant children.