The legal battle between the U.S. government and immigrant rights groups has been fought in court since just after the 2014 Central American migrant crisis.
Wider locks have opened, allowing the latest megaships to get through the Panama Canal— the link between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The implications for the U.S. economy will be profound once Asian demand for goods like Arizona cotton and Texas oil and natural gas rebounds.
Thousands of used cars waiting to be imported into Mexico are creating chaos at ports of entry in Texas and California as dealers protest increased government regulation.
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing Wednesday to try to understand why tribes don’t have better access to federal rural development funds.
Under new legislation tribal courts would be able to protect child victims of domestic abuse in Indian Country.
The Border Patrol has traditionally been led by former agents
Arizona scientists have developed technology that will make it easier to detect MRSA and other antibiotic-resistant infections. Now it’s patented.
Part 4: In the last two years, more than 10,000 child migrants have faced deportation proceedings without ever finding a lawyer to help them. Thousands more children face the same fate despite government efforts to fund more free lawyers.
Part 3: The border Mexico shares with Guatemala has changed since Mexico began its southern border plan in 2014. A town that once symbolized the migrant trail is now emblematic of how migration routes have splintered and become more dangerous.
After more than a century the Army is sending home the remains of children buried at one of the first federally-run Indian boarding schools.