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 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.
Ultrarunning — any race longer than the marathon distance of 26.2 miles — is a global sport, but several of the most popular races take place in the Western United States.
An immigration judge in Miami is deciding if the former Minister of Defense for El Salvador can be deported from the U.S. on the grounds that he violated human rights in his home country.
One of my favorite things about being a reporter is discovering the unexpected.
Everyone wants a part of any immigration reform bill. Here are a few proposed inclusions you may not have heard of.
Criminal prosecutions of employment-related identity theft continue in Maricopa County, including down the street.
A SENTRI pass allows the frequent border crosser an expedited crossing. But the process to apply may be more trouble than it's worth.
When I'm working on a story about crime or unemployment or suicide on the reservation, it's challenging to explain in four minutes or less the complex history and the systemic issues tribes have dealt with for generations.