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U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, State Secretary Rex Tillerson, Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray and Interior Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong
The U.S. Secretaries of state and homeland security met with their Mexican counterparts during their first visit to that country on Thursday, seeking commonalities in what has become a tense relationship.
Martha McSally
Republican congresswoman Martha McSally, after months of criticism for not speaking directly with voters, finally held a town hall with constituents Thursday night.
A lobbying group for the country’s biggest banks says they waste billions of dollars a year investigating suspicious activity. It’s now asking the Trump administration to change the way in which the finances of money launderers and terror groups are investigated.
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security Secretary Jon Kelly made their first visit to Mexico this week.
The Homeland Security Department cast a wide net Tuesday for determining which immigrants living in the country illegally should be deported.
Colorado River
A new study shows climate change will have a bigger impact on the Colorado River than previously thought. Forty million people in seven states and part of Mexico rely on the Colorado River for water.
The Mexican government almost doubled its imports of major weapons in the last five years. A majority of those weapons came from the United States
U.S.-Mexico Intelligence cooperation has become closer on issues important to both countries such as illegal immigration, border security, drugs and human trafficking. But that critical intelligence relationship may be under examination in Mexico. The country is trying to fashion a response to a suite of economic threats issued by the new U.S. administration. And security is one serious chip to play.
A new study commissioned by the Mexican Senate found that the Mexican military shouldn’t have intervened in the country’s nearly decade-long war against drug traffickers.
Federal auditors told Congress that there is no reliable way to tell whether the current fences and walls along the U.S. border are effective at stopping illicit traffic.
Ford Motor Co. seal
Auto manufacturers will continue to invest in both the U.S. and Mexico, regardless of President Donald Trump’s claims that he’s responsible for Ford cancellng some plans in Mexico.
Marlene Fowler
This week, an Arizona power company announced that it would shut down a northern Arizona coal-fired power plant in three years. That’s 25 years earlier than the Navajo Nation anticipated. While environmentalists celebrate the closure, hundreds of Navajo people who rely on those jobs are devastated.
Baby Sue
A podcast and radio series, produced by Laurel Morales, that sheds light on American Indian beliefs to better understand our own. Each episode explores a conflict between what tribes consider sacred and what western culture thinks is fair game. We take listeners to a different reservation each time.
earth and bone graphic
For the past several days, we’ve gone to sacred places throughout Indian Country — from the Tohono O’Odham Nation to Bears Ears Monument to the San Carlos Apache Reservation to the Grand Canyon — as part of the Earth+Bone series. Laurel Morales has been our tour guide on that journey, and she talked about the impetus of the series from KJZZ's Fronteras Desk in Flagstaff.
A Spanish as a second language class with Hatian students at the Cafemin shelter for migrants in Mexico City.
Across the U.S. and here in Arizona, cities are debating whether they should continue offering safe havens to undocumented immigrants against President Donald Trump’s policies. Across the border, Mexico City is implementing sanctuary city policies of its own.

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