The Pentagon will be providing assistance at the southern U.S. border through most of 2019, according to an official statement released late Monday.

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The online fundraising site GoFundMe is refunding all of the more than $21 million raised by a triple-amputee Air Force veteran for building a wall along the U.S/Mexico border, a company spokesman confirmed on Friday.

Brian Kolfage – who reportedly has a history of using deceptive techniques to spread conspiracy theories on Facebook for money – started the online campaign in December with the goal of raising $1 billion, which he said would be donated to the U.S. government to build the border wall.

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Having completed their missions, some troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border are heading back to their home bases, U.S. Northern Command reported Thursday.

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The border mission with no name will continue past Christmas and through the end of January, the Pentagon announced on Tuesday.

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WASHINGTON — Pentagon officials are considering whether to keep U.S. troops along the southwest border an additional 45 days, potentially extending a controversial mission to assist the Border Patrol into next year, U.S. officials said.

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