The stories behind the stories, plus observations from living and reporting in the Southwest. This blog is written by the reporters and editors of the Fronteras Desk.
The Associated Press has dropped the term "illegal immigrant," and so have we.
Future sources: Please know this reporter is going to do her best to be fair and accurate. Also know I am limited to four minutes to tell this complex story. Most people don’t have the patience or attention span to listen to anything longer.
Civic groups are voicing concern about the Mexican president's plan to create a new paramilitary force to combat violence.
A seemingly small new development at the federal district courthouse in Phoenix makes it a lot tougher for broadcast media to cover stories there.
It’s been obvious for some time that law enforcement will monitor social media accounts for signs of illegal activity or criminals. But I didn’t expect that the feds would be running random undercover operations on Facebook.
The long-awaited trial of a Guatemalan dictator finally starts.
A debate is raging in the U.S. media about whether or not Mexico is on the rise.
The head of northern Arizona's FBI Office talked about what it's like to be an agent on Indian Country and offered insight into reservation crime.
Today's excellent column by Yahoo! MLB writer Jeff Passan pretty much sums up the intersection of professional baseball and the nationalist climate swirling in the air of its seasonal host.
After four years, Forbes Magazine removed Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán from its list of the world's most powerful men.