Spend a Saturday night in Juárez's nightclub district with well-dressed youngsters; hollering taco vendors; parking attendants with flashlights; and street vendors selling gum and flowers.
The highest court in the U.S. could overturn decades of law that allows higher education institutions to use race as a factor in admitting students. A decision could come as early as this summer.
Immigration advocates called the decision a partial victory to their cause. Some backers of stricter immigration policies say one less detention center won’t make a difference; keeping illegal immigrants out will.
Demand for moving bulletproof bunkers grew after Mexico used the army to battle powerful drug cartels. Some critics accuse the company of making money off global mayhem.
These notarios can charge several thousand dollars for work visas, green cards or citizenship applications. Sometimes it works. Most of the time, it doesn’t.
The Texas Highway Patrol will launch in March the first of six 34-foot-long patrol boats on the Rio Grande. The $3.5 million effort comes through a combination of federal homeland security grants and state funds.
For border residents who travel into Mexico frequently, the possibility of becoming a victim of a crime is very real. When that happens, some states along the U.S.-Mexico border offer financial assistance.
Besides research, the center proposed by former Mexican President Vicente Fox in Texas will help groom high school and college students who are immigrants into potential political leaders.
There is a debate about what to do with old manufacturing sites. Some cities have re-purposed old industrial spaces for other uses and saved some of the buildings. Others have razed the locations for redevelopment.
While opponents cheered the decision, supporters plan to file a lawsuit to force the state to offer the plate. They have a track record of winning.