People are planning their retirement based on historical life expectancies that are much younger than the current trend. In the second story of our multimedia series, we look at people who live longer than what they planned for.
In a Guatemalan town known for coffin building, the question of leaving has a way of hanging in the air. Three men debate the pros and cons of taking the perilous trip north to illegally enter the United States. It's the second story in the series "Life After Deportation".
Foreign-born drivers have about two weeks to show they live in the state of New Mexico or else their driver's licenses will be canceled. It's all part of an effort by Gov. Susana Martinez to prevent fraud in a system that allows illegal immigrants to legally obtain a license.
Fewer Americans today envision relaxing in retirement as more than half of those age 55 and older struggle financially to retire. As baby boomers age, many face diminished 401(k)s, dwindling entitlements and growing medical bills.
Mixing convicted criminals with illegal border crossers has led to side effects. The good guys are often confused with the bad guys when the plane lands. It's the first story in a three-part series: "Life After Deportation".
Friends of Friendship Park will celebrate the park’s anniversary this Saturday with a cross-border salsa lesson, a bi-national jam session, and testimonies from families who have used the park as a meeting place.
Federal officials said Thursday they've taken down a drug and weapons trafficking ring involving members of a U.S. Iraqi community and a major Mexican drug cartel that was caught selling large amounts of drugs, guns and grenades.
At the end of last school year, Arizona State University laid off its entire custodial staff. The cuts saved ASU $2.5 million. But some professors and students say the university targeted the most vulnerable people on campus.
The crowd included dairy farm workers, day laborers and nannies waving American flags. The governor argues that the current law invites out of state criminals to obtain the state driver's license fraudulently.
There's Cabo San Lucas, the popular tourist destination, and then about 80 miles east there's Cabo Pulmo. That's where scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography discovered the unexpected.