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MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - A Mexican woman and her three American daughters have been caught smuggling $1.16 million worth of cocaine into Texas from Mexico, a rare case of a mother and her family trafficking drugs, U.S. customs said on Friday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An incident in which a tuberculosis-infected man walked past U.S. border controls in May shows how poorly the country is defended against importing infectious diseases, according to a report released on Monday.
A border security fence to stem illegalimmigration from Mexico into theUnited States might harm wildlife.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. authorities conceded on Wednesday they made mistakes that worsened an international health alarm over an Atlanta lawyer who flew to and from Europe with a dangerous form of tuberculosis.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Authorities have contacted more than 100 people who flew on airliners with a U.S. man with a hard-to-treat type of tuberculosis but his doctors said on Friday that new exams showed it was extremely unlikely he spread the disease.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. lawyer who flew to and from Europe with a perilous type of tuberculosis to continue with his wedding and honeymoon apologized in comments aired on Friday to passengers he put at risk of infection.