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Mexican vacation? More than beaches and violence

Mexico’s drug war has damaged its reputation with its most frequent visitors, U.S. travelers. As a result, Mexico is trying to change perception by any means necessary.... Read more»2

Justices appear skeptical of SB 1070 challenge

Supporters of Arizona’s SB 1070 were buoyed Wednesday after a U.S. Supreme Court hearing in which most justices appeared skeptical of the federal challenge to central parts of the immigration law.... Read more»

Mexico opens Wal-Mart bribery probe

Federal authorities in Mexico announced Wednesday they would investigate to find if government officials at the national level were involved in alleged bribery by the U.S. retail giant Wal-Mart.... Read more»

New lanes to open at Nogales port of entry

Travelers driving into Mexico next week through the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales will find a shift in traffic flow.... Read more»

Grijalva statement on SB 1070 Supreme Court case

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva released this statement Wednesday afternoon, following the U.S. Supreme Court hearing on the constitutionality of Arizona’s SB 1070 immigration crackdown law.... Read more»3

Supreme Court

Justices signal parts of SB 1070 may pass scrutiny

The Supreme Court showed skepticism over challenges to Arizona’s SB 1070 as justices questioned attorneys on both sides for over an hour Wednesday. A decision in the case is expected by June.... Read more»3

Other states eye SB 1070 proceedings

As the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday for and against SB 1070, several other states, including Texas, that have passed — or have attempted to pass — similar legislation are certain to keep a close eye on the proceedings.... Read more»

Brewer statement on SB 1070 Supreme Court case

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer released this statement on Wednesday morning, the day the state’s controversial immigration law, SB 1070, was being argued in the U.S. Supreme Court.... Read more»1


Mexican migration is down - now what?

Let’s get serious about resolving the status of our undocumented population.... Read more»

Justice Dep't probes alleged Wal-Mart bribery in Mexico

Shares in the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart have continued to slide as the likelihood appears to grow that the company will face legal recompense for its alleged actions in Mexico.... Read more»

Customs and Border Protection

7 arrested; meth, cocaine and pot seized

Seven suspected drug smugglers were arrested and 40 pounds of meth, 3 pounds of cocaine and more than 1,700 pounds of marijuana were seized by border agents in three incidents over the weekend.... Read more»


Immigration: New World Order

Was it something we said? For the first time since The Great Depression, more Mexicans are leaving the United States than entering.... Read more»

Study: Mexico/U.S. immigration at a 'standstill'

The net number of illegal immigrants from Mexico migrating to the U.S. has dropped to zero, and perhaps even lower, a study by the Pew Hispanic Center said. Nearly a million fewer undocumented immigrants lived here in 2011 than in 2007.... Read more»

Brewer touts pro-SB 1070 poll, ignores faulty wording

Gov. Jan Brewer touted Monday a Fox News survey that showed national support for SB 1070, but overlooked a poll question that misstated the law’s effect.... Read more»

Fact check

Calif. group inflates numbers in immigration ad

An ad from a group called Californians for Population Stabilization claims controlling immigration is “part of the solution” to global warming.... Read more»

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