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Judge: Trump's asylum ban 'irreconcilably conflicts' with federal law

A federal judge blocked the Pres. Trump's plan to bar people who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border without going through a port of entry from applying for asylum, saying the ban "irreconcilably conflicts" with federal law and the "expressed intent of Congress."... Read more»0

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Swartz trial: Cross-border shooting case sent to jury after closing arguments

Jurors began deliberating Friday after closing arguments in the case against Lonnie Swartz, the Border Patrol agent on trial for manslaughter for shooting and killing 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez more than six years ago in Nogales.... Read more»0

Defense attacks evidence against BP agent as Swartz case draws to close

Over the last two days, Lonnie Swartz's defense team assembled a trio of experts to challenge major parts of the prosecution's case against the Border Patrol agent, who faces manslaughter charges in the 2012 shooting of a Mexican teenager.... Read more»0

Yuma BP agents apprehended 654 people in 2 days

In two days, 654 people surrendered themselves to Yuma-area Border Patrol agents, including a group of Guatemalans who waded across the Colorado River and walked around vehicle barriers, authorities said. ... Read more»0

Troops block vehicle lanes at Nogales border crossing

As the exodus of asylum-seeking Central Americans began arriving at the U.S. border in Tijuana, Mexico, U.S. troops and border officers blocked part of the Nogales border gate with steel containers topped with razor wire.... Read more»0

Swartz trial: BP agent testifies he shot teen to 'protect' himself, officers from thrown rocks

Facing federal manslaughter charges, BP Agent Lonnie Swartz testified he was defending himself and fellow law enforcement when he fired 16 rounds through the border fence into Mexico, killing a 16-year-old boy in 2012.... Read more»0

Lawsuit seeks to block Trump asylum ban, saying it violates federal law

Three civil rights groups filed a lawsuit Friday to block the Trump administration's plan to bar people who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border from applying for asylum, arguing that the White House is violating federal law. ... Read more»0

CBP: In 48 hours, 449 Central Americans crossed into U.S. near Yuma

In a 48-hour period, 449 people from Central America, many of them in family groups, surrendered to Yuma-area Border Patrol agents this week. After their apprehensions, the families asked for asylum, and will be handed over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ... Read more»0

Swartz trial: FBI informant said Jose Antonio given rocks to throw at agents

In a statement read to the court, an FBI informant from Nogales, Sonora, told investigators he spoke with two men just after the shooting of a Mexican teenager, who said Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez was given rocks to throw at Border Patrol agents.... Read more»0

Trump administration seeks to restrict asylum claims

Immigration officials plan to bar people who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border from applying for asylum, newly installed acting Attorney General Whitaker and Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen announced Thursday.... Read more»0

Swartz trial: Prosecutors wrap up, defense case begins

As prosecutors wrap up, the defense opens with their own forensic pathologist to dispute the findings of Dr. Emma Lew, who said on Monday that while mortally wounded, Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, 16, was still alive before he was shot in the head by a Border Patrol agent six years ago. ... Read more»0

Photos: All Souls Procession 2018

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night. ... Read more»0

Swartz trial: Boy mortally wounded but alive when BP agent shot him in head, says expert

A forensic pathologist, testifying for the prosecution in the manslaughter trial of BP Agent Lonnie Swartz, said that 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez was still moving and on the ground when he was shot in the head.... Read more»0

Swartz trial: 3D model shows Elena Rodriguez ran 16 feet before collapsing on sidewalk

Jurors were shown a 3D model and video of the shooting of 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez more than six years ago as prosecutors pressed their case against the agent who shot him this week. ... Read more»0

Leaked CBP memo: U.S. 'well-prepared' for caravan traveling through Mexico

While the White House fulminates against the possibility that a "caravan" of people traveling on foot more than 900 miles from the border could seek asylum in the United States, the head of Customs and Border Protection said in an internal memo that border officials are already "well-prepared" to deal with the exodus of parents and children from three Central American countries.... Read more»0

Swartz trial: Prosecutors begin laying out case against BP agent

Following opening arguments Wednesday, prosecutors began laying out their case against the Border Patrol agent who faces voluntary and involuntary manslaughter charges for shooting and killing a Mexican teenager in 2012. ... Read more»0

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