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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.

Mexican Government to Send Aid to Puerto Rico

The aid is aimed at recovery efforts from Hurricane Maria, despite Mexico dealing with the aftermath of recent earthquakes.

SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on Bond Hearings for Undocumented Immigrants

Case to decide if noncitizens have same due process right to bond hearing as citizens.

Rescuers Return to U.S. After Earthquake in Mexico

The death toll from the Sept. 19 quake has risen to more than 360.

Immigration Lawyer: Get DACA Renewal Applications In Early

Recipients are encouraged to have their application in the mail no later than Monday, Oct. 2.

Contractors Start Building Border Wall Prototypes

Companies have 30 days to complete the prototypes for Customs and Border Protection.

California Sues to Stop Border Wall Build

The lawsuit claims the Trump administration is in noncompliance with environmental laws.

Earthquake Jolts Mexico, Sways Buildings In Mexico City

At least 139 people were reported dead as of Tuesday evening.

Survey: Mexico's Opinion of US Drops

Mexico's favorability rating toward the U.S. was the lowest out of the almost 40 countries surveyed.

Feds Waive Environmental Laws Again for Section of Border Wall

The agency lifted 28 laws for border-wall construction near Calexico, Calif.

Park Service to Start Culling Grand Canyon Bison Herd

The agency is looking to cut the population in half.

Cross-Border Energy Project Worries Border Patrol

The project would build a grid across the border to Nogales, Sonora.

Mexico, Facing Earthquake Aftermath, Cancels Help to Texas

The 8.2 earthquake that shook Central and South Mexico has left at least 95 people dead.

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