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Ajo Station agents discovered 66 bundles of marijuana in a Chevy Tahoe reported stolen out of Nevada and recovered off Federal Route 7 east of Why.

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Arturo Sarukhan, Mexico’s ambassador to the United States, said there are few issue more important to relations between the two countries than immigration reform, which he believes could be coming soon.

The Mexican ambassador to the United States said Wednesday that immigration reform is vital for relations between the two countries and that the time for reform is now. Read more» 1

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. Arturo Sarukhan

The return to power of Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, will not be accompanied by the corruption that used to plague the party, said Arturo Sarukhan, the Mexican ambassador to the U.S., and former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. Read more»

Mexicans don't want these boots on their ground.

Nobody liked Rick Perry’s idea about invading Mexico. His opponent for the Republican presidential nomination, Mitt Romney, said it was a “bad idea.” Mexico's ambassador to the U.S. didn't like the idea, either, saying it was "not on the table." Read more» 3