Vallis Martinez has lost count of how many foster children she’s cared for on the Navajo Nation. She said it could be as many as 10,000. And the Navajo Department of Family Services wishes there were more like her, because the demand for safe foster homes is so high.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that children from other countries do not have the right to a government-funded lawyer when they seek asylum in the United States.
The top trade official for the United States says he would like negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement to move more quickly.
Arizona is on track to take in the lowest number of refugees in almost 40 years.
Activists along the Mexican border say they are saving lives and now are being targeted by the Trump administration for their work and their activism.
The Arizona State University instructor accused of harboring undocumented immigrants was in federal court Tuesday for a different case.
The U.S. State Department issued two travel warnings alerting American travelers of violence in or near Mexican tourist destinations. Has the news stopped Americans from visiting?
A Latino civil rights group has filed a federal lawsuit accusing Motel 6 of breaking multiple laws when two Phoenix locations shared guest information with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Homeland Security Department announced this week it is waiving environmental rules in order to tear down about 20 miles of vehicle barrier along the New Mexico border and replace it with a higher wall.
An Arizona State University instructor, known for his work with humanitarian aid groups along the Arizona-Mexico border, was arrested by Border Patrol agents last week on a felony charge of harboring undocumented immigrants.
Congress is poised to reopen the government at least for a couple more weeks. The Senate passed a short-term spending bill that will provide funding through Feb. 8.
Cesar Duarte, who served under President Enrique Peña Nieto’s Institutional Revolutionary Party from 2010 to 2016, is wanted on state and federal graft charges.
U.S. Border Patrol agents routinely empty water jugs and destroy or remove supplies left for migrants crossing the border in the southern Arizona desert, an independent report says.
The Flagstaff City Council passed a resolution Jan. 16 that takes a stand against President Donald Trump’s proposed wall along the Mexico border.
The Flagstaff City Council will vote Jan. 16 on a resolution against the proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The resolution would boycott doing business with companies involved in the wall’s construction.