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Questions Remain as 2,342 Children Separated From Parents at Border

Border Patrol says it's up to sector chiefs to determine cutoff ages for the separation of children from parents.

$134M in Improvements Planned for Border Highway

The State Route 189 project will ease truck traffic from the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales.

2,000 Kids Separated From Parents at Border in Less Than 2 Months

The numbers are for families separated due to adults facing prosecution from mid-April to the end of May.

Proponent Sees Opportunity in 2026 World Cup to Ease North American Tensions

It will be the first time the tournament is hosted by three countries.

Mining Tops Sonora's Agenda at Arizona-Mexico Commission Summit

The commission started in the late 1950s as a way to promote economic development in the border region.

Mexico's Retaliation for US Tariffs Hits Southern-Style Whiskey

The iconic American spirit's price might go up as a result of trade back-and-forth between Mexico and the U.S.

Voter Registration Settlement Could Affect State Election Turnout

The decision may impact an activist coalition's efforts to register 200,000 Arizonans for the November election.

As Resettlements of Refugees Drop, Infrastructure to Help Them Crumples

The Trump administration cut the refugee cap to 45,000 this year, but the U.S. will probably let in less than half of that number.

Trump’s Steel Tariffs Provoke Retaliation From Mexico

Mexican officials promised to impose duties on American flat steel and food.

Phoenix to Join Lawsuit Against Citizenship Question on Census

The city could lose $107M in funding if non-citizens don't participate in the Census.

Arizona Delegation Heading to Mexico City

Business and political leaders look to bolster ties with their counterparts in Mexico.

Uncertainty for Importers Preparing for Longer Wait on NAFTA Deal

Mexican official says negotiations are likely going to break an important deadline this week.

Immigration Will be 'Significant Component' of McCain Legacy

The senator has made multiple runs at immigration reform, though his ideas weren't always popular in Arizona or the Republican Party.

New Bill Would Keep Navajo Coal Plant Open

A U.S. Congressman from Arizona plans to introduce legislation to keep the Navajo Generating Station open.

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

Multiple Court Cases Up Confusion, Anxiety for DACA Recipients

States are suing to force the total end of the program protecting some immigrants from deportation.

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