Citing volume and a decades-old court settlement, federal authorities have been releasing large groups of undocumented immigrant families in Arizona. About 100 people were dropped off at an East Valley church Wednesday night.
Oct. 17, 2018
Mexican authorities are trying to stop a caravan of migrants headed to the U.S. from entering Mexico, increasing police presence on the Guatemala border and meeting with the migrants.
Oct. 18, 2018
Canada Will Impose Steel Safeguards
Canada announced last Thursday it will impose new tariffs on steel imports, as the U.S., Canada, and Mexico continue to disagree on how to trade this important construction material.
Oct. 15, 2018
Mexico 68 Olympics Design Is Still Revered, Disputed
The Mexico City Olympic Games began 50 years ago, on Oct. 12. The Games’ vibrant visual identity became the icon of an era and a country, and the style is celebrated as a cornerstone for contemporary graphic design. But its success also brought an ongoing dispute between people from both sides of the border.
Mexico Seeks ‘Lost’ Children Artists For 50th Anniversary Of 1968 Olympics
Oct. 12, 2018
Pence Urges Migrants To Avoid ‘Dangerous’ Journey
Vice President Mike Pence urged would-be migrants in Central America to avoid the dangerous journey to cross illegally into the U.S.
Oct. 11, 2018
How Does Texas ICWA Decision Impact AZ Adoptions?
A federal judge in Texas last week said the landmark law that regulates adoptions of Native American children is unconstitutional. But non native couples who wish to adopt Native American kids in Arizona are hoping the ruling has some weight here.
Oct. 11, 2018
Mexico Seeks ‘Lost’ Children Artists For 50th Anniversary Of Olympics
An exhibit in Mexico City will show paintings made by children from all over the world for the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. The organizers have been looking for the now-adult artists for months, and while some of them have shown up, not a single American has been found.
Oct. 11, 2018