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New Trade Agreement's Future Could Depend On US Democrats

The congresses of the three countries still have to approve the agreement to put it into action.

Trump, Mexican President-Elect Talk Immigration Over Phone

The conversation touched on an economic development plan for Central America, López Obrador said.

Student Massacre in Mexico Classified as State Crime 50 Years Later

A researcher says still-classified documents can shed light on the perpetrators of the 1968 killings.

Sinaloan Grenade Smuggler Sentenced

It started with Homeland Security Investigations agents watching a sporting goods store in Nogales, Arizona.

Eloy Pulls Plug On Part Of ICE Contract

The city ended part of a contract allowing ICE to run an immigrant detention center in Texas.

Leaders, Execs to Meet at Business Summit to Talk US-Mexico Ties

Topics on the agenda include government transition, trade, Mexican government corruption and economic wealth disparity.

Groups Sue Government to Get Info on Citizenship Application Delays

Documents say the government didn't respond to a FOIA request for records tied to naturalization requests.

Texas Company Gets OK for Natural Gas Exports to Mexico, Beyond

The Energy Department signed off on exports of American natural gas by Mexico Pacific Limited.

Tucson Company Building Border Wall in Texas

West Point Contractors is known locally for projects in Nogales, Yuma and in Tucson’s Saguaro National Park.

Mexico’s President-Elect Heads to Sonoran Border Towns Friday

The incoming president has a proposal for lower taxes and higher wages in a border zone in northern Mexico.

Phoenix Aerospace Company Walbar Grows in Guaymas

The turbine-component manufacturer's original facility in Mexico was getting cramped, the president says.

Arizona Financial Technologies Law Helps Foreign Partnerships

Groups are working to encourage the growth of the "fintech" industry in Arizona.

Mexico Mulls Accepting US Money to Deport Immigrants

Some say the $20 million is symbolic, as Mexico already spends hundreds of millions deporting migrants.

Settlement for Separated Asylum-Seeking Families Awaits Approval

Legal Aid says the trauma of separation prevented parents from explaining their need for asylum in one of three lawsuits.

Douglas Gives CBP Land to Ease Border Traffic

A city parking lot will be officially turned over to CBP to use as employee parking.

Legal Groups Call for Immigration Court to Be Independent

Organizations argue the court should be moved from under the Department of Justice, the government's prosecutorial agency.

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