At national parks across the country visitors have been turned away, camping trips and even weddings canceled because of the federal government shutdown.
A proposed sales tax hike in Mexico's northern border region could send shoppers across the line to U.S. businesses.
Data released Tuesday by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce show a growing base of Latino consumers, as well as insights into their cultural identities.
Proposed reforms to Mexico’s tax system could have consequences for U.S. companies doing business in Mexico, and for the border economy.
A newly generated map and census outlines drone manufacturers, researchers and lobbying groups.
In the final installment of our series, Border To Border Drugs, we look at the new consumers of heroin in the Pacific Northwest.
In part three of the Border To Border Drugs series, Northwest News Network correspondent Austin Jenkins unravels a drug distribution ring that stretched from Arizona to Washington state.
For drug smugglers, getting a truckload of illegal narcotics past border authorities means potentially huge profits. But they're often up against two levels of security: that of U.S. law enforcement, and that of private export and shipping companies.
The U.S. Forest Service announced Friday the intention to transfer the contract for an unprecedented forest thinning project to a financially sound company.
With an Oct. 1 deadline approaching, supporters of the Affordable Care Act are trying to get the word out to people who are now eligible for insurance.