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Arizona, Sonora Governors Sign Agreements on Education, Transportation

A joint university research effort, and a safety corridor from the border to Puerto Peñasco.

Trump To Shrink Utah Monuments By Two-Thirds

Leaked documents show plans to reduce Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante.

CBP: Agent Fatally Shot Man In Southern Arizona

The shooting allegedly happened after one of the agents was attacked.

Mexico Wants To Draw Tourists from US Aging Population

Tourism official sees assisted-living and medical tourism as an opportunity.

Mexico Preparing For Future Without NAFTA

As U.S. trade rep shows frustration in negotiationa, Mexico prepares for NAFTA to end.

Union: Murdered Border Patrol Agent In Texas Had Been Assaulted

Two agents were responding to a triggered sensor on Sunday night,.

Mexico and U.S. Move Toward Creation of Energy Block

The relationship is meant to reduce dependence on the rest of the world for energy needs.

Steve Bannon: Brian Terry's Death Spurred Trump's Win

Former Trump chief strategist came to Tucson Saturday to receive an award from the foundation commemorating Border Patrol agent.

NAFTA Talks Resume, Deadline Fast Approaching

Trade representatives are racing to meet a March deadline, as elections threaten further delay.

Elections Endanger Arizona-Sonora 'Marriage'

Experts question the potential continuity and stability of growing trade ties within the Sonora 'megaregion.'

Nominated DHS Chief Left With Decisions On Temporary Protected Immigrants

Homeland Security nominee faces her first confirmation hearing on Wednesday.

Pew Report: Favorable View of Mexico Grows in US

The reverse was true south of the border, with a rapid decline in Mexicans expressing a favorable view of the U.S.

National Park Service Wants To Hike Entrance Fees

It would more than double fees for visitors to certain parks in order to tackle maintenance projects.

Nominee to Head CBP Cleared of Wrongdoing Ahead of Senate Hearing

McAleenan was under investigation over spending on immigrant detention facilities.

Government Mulls Axing Temporary Protected Status, Clouding Future for 1,100 Arizonans

The construction, health care, hospitality and manufacturing industries would especially suffer from loss of workers if status stripped.

Navajo Nation Holds Out Hope for Navajo Generating Station Buyer

Potential buyers are under review, the tribe said, the first step in a lengthy process for a possible sale.

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