Newly released data shows the number of families from Central America arriving at the southern border this year nearly reached the unexpected levels that threatened the U.S.’s immigration resources in 2014.
Elephant Butte Dam rose from the desert of southern New Mexico a century ago— the solution to an international water feud between the U.S. and Mexico.
In the final weeks leading up to the general election, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is focusing efforts on divided states like Arizona. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders rallied his Flagstaff supporters Oct. 18 to vote for Clinton.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether a Mexican family can sue a U.S. Border Patrol agent for the 2010 shooting death of their teenage son at the border between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
The face of migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States is changing. Immigration arrest statistics from Mexico for the first six months of 2016 mirror a rise in detentions by U.S. border agents of Africans and Asians trying to illegally enter the U.S. on the southwest border.
Two immigrant neighborhoods along the U.S./Mexico border and a strip of post World War II architecture in Tucson are highlighted in a 2016 list of endangered historic places released Wednesday by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Energy reform in Mexico implies economic and political change as well as an opportunity or U.S. energy companies in Mexico’s domestic oil and gas markets. Lorne Matalon speaks with Tony Payan, director of the Mexico Center at Rice University.
More National Park Service employees have come forward with complaints of sexual harassment at parks around the country. A federal investigation in January revealed a long history of misconduct at the Grand Canyon.
A federal judge sentenced former U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer Lawrence Madrid to seven and half years in prison. In May a jury found Madrid guilty of allowing immigrants into the country illegally through an official port of entry in El Paso.
The National Science Foundation awarded a new Northern Arizona University professor $3 million to map food, energy and water supplies and show how they relate.