Part 2: Since the child migrant crisis unfolded two years ago, the United States has assisted Mexico on its southern border. The result has been rising deportations from Mexico amid a rise in allegations of corruption against its immigration agents.
Part 1: Refugees from Central America are pouring into the United States, a trend from 2014 that seems to be growing along the U.S.-Mexico border again this year. Many of them are children, sent here alone.
A town’s anger and frustration over perceived racial profiling and a police shooting has boiled up in recent weeks. This isn’t Cleveland, Baltimore or New York, but a small rural town in northern Arizona. The protesters here want justice for a Native American woman shot and killed by a white officer. They’re also asking questions about who polices them, and how.
Declared by UNESCO in 2005 a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the rural town of San Basilio de Palenque in northern Colombia has undergone a revival of its unique language.
The U.S. government is asking for funds to prepare for another surge of Central American children arriving alone at the border.
Most of the time when we talk about homelessness, big cities come to mind. But about 7 percent of homeless people live in rural areas like Flagstaff, where access to help is much harder to come by.
Experts say affordable housing is in crisis in Flagstaff. Some people are trying to change that.
A new animated series that attempts to poke fun at American xenophobia has come to prime time television.
The introduction of formula led many women to stop breastfeeding in the 1950s and '60s. It’s taken decades, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says breastfeeding rates are on the rise.
After 42 days, the management company that operates Tucson’s bus system finally came to an agreement with the transit workers union. Now the union and city leaders are grappling with how to prevent future strikes.