The House and Senate have passed a resolution to help stop the trafficking of sacred Native American artifacts.
Police in the Mexican state of Sonora arrested a man Tuesday night accused of operating a cross border child trafficking ring.
Governor Susana Martinez of New Mexico is pushing to reinstate the death penalty after a series of high profile crimes this year.
As the Mexican peso soared to its highest rate in weeks following Monday night’s presidential debate, many investors appeared to approve of Hillary Clinton’s performance and send a signal: the Mexican economy would be better off without a Donald Trump presidency.
Like in the United States, groups gathered in Mexico City for presidential debate watch parties. One of them was at an American-style barbecue joint. The customers were encouraged to toast every time the word Mexico was mentioned during the debate.
In southern Arizona’s mountains, the United States is hunting down the eyes of Mexico’s cartels — but the real fight is in the courtroom.
Two years ago, 43 students from the small town in Mexico mysteriously disappeared. Their absence ignited an entire movement against government oppression in Mexico, while their parents still mourn their loss.
More National Park Service employees have come forward with complaints of sexual harassment at parks around the country. A federal investigation in January revealed a long history of misconduct at the Grand Canyon.
Republican Martha McSally, who is running for re-election this year, demanded the Department of Homeland Security release its accurate findings in a letter Wednesday.
The value of the Mexican peso is continuing to slide against the American dollar, which be good news for American tourists, importers and investors.
The Hopi Tribe has been split on whether tourism is a good idea. With half the tribe unemployed many have said it’s their best chance at economic development. But some worry inviting tourists to their villages has left them vulnerable to thieves.
The U.S. Border Patrol recently opened its usually secretive training procedures to public scrutiny, offering journalists a rare experience inside an agency simulator designed to train agents on what they can do to stop someone in the field and what they cannot do.
This year, while Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto commemorated the traditional “grito” at el Zócalo, Mexico City’s main square, thousands of people marched, demanding his resignation.
Tribal members across the country are rallying in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. For many in Arizona the conflict hits home.
A women's hospital in the Mexican border city of Juárez recently began a maternal milk bank for babies. Its first beneficiary was a premature girl who was delivered via emergency C-section. Her mom died from a bullet wound to the head. Other mothers in Juárez responded by donating their own milk to help the newborn survive.