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Trump Border-Agent Hiring Goals Likely Out of Reach, Officials Say
Arizona border county official says the president needs to stop disparaging the border.
New Agreement Between U.S. and Mexico to Fight Transnational Criminal Organizations
U.S. and Mexico forming the largest transnational law enforcement agreement in the world.
Central American Migration to US Increases Alongside Violence
Violence and Reagan-era policies continue to push new waves of immigrants, historian says.
ICE Promises Crackdown on Employers
Agency leadership is signaling it will prosecute employers who hire undocumented workers.
Central American Transgender Asylum Seekers Released
Gay men in the same group are still being held in detention.
Trump Ends Program to Protect Central American Kids From Deportation
3,000 unaccompanied children face deportation, 200 in Arizona.
16 Immigrants Rescued by Tucson Border Patrol in Past Week
Record heat has forced CBP to transfer resources to desert between Yuma and Tucson.
Migrant Comic Book Tells Stories of Those Who Cross the Border
'Migrant: Stories of Hope and Resiliency' aims to humanize deportation statistics.
Ex-Border Patrol Agent Facing Murder Charge Denied Motion
Defense attorneys wanted to use a video deposition to possibly be used at trial.
Border Patrol Raids Humanitarian Aid Camp
Nor More Deaths aid group says CBP violated an agreement that the camp was a safe zone.
'Difficult Conversations' at Meeting Between Homeland Security, Rights Groups
Tucson chosen for 1 of 16 roundtables; Rights groups focus on Border Patrol mistreatment, breaking up immigrant families.
FBI Suspects Record Numbers of MS-13 Gang Members Entering US
The gang that started in El Salvador in the 1980s is now active in 42 U.S. States.
Aid Group Reports Increase in Cartels Exploiting Migrants
Migrants, especially from Central America, are experiencing a high state of vulnerability, advocate says.
Bill Would Eliminate Polygraph for Border Patrol Applicants
Sen. Flake says the polygraphs are unreliable and slow the hiring process down.
Tucson Churches Oppose Proposal to Separate Women from Children at the Border
Homeland Security has been releasing them into the care of local churches.
Consulates Host Immigration Rights Workshops for Mexicans in Arizona
Aimed at educating those who are confused about their rights following recent events.
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