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Older Dreamers: "We are invested in the U.S."

Older DACA recipients say deportation may cost them their children.

Border Arrests Down 24 Percent According To Yearly Report

Customs and Border Protection see increase in child arrests at the border in past year.

Race To Pass Budget Puts DACA Recipients' Lives On Hold

Party-line agendas are complicating efforts to meet the deadline at the end of this week.

CBP: Agent Fatally Shot Man In Southern Arizona

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

Protected Status Nears End for Hondurans Displaced by Hurricane

Federal status in response to natural disaster ends in January.

Union: Murdered Border Patrol Agent In Texas Had Been Assaulted

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

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.

Southside Presbyterian, Birthplace of Sanctuary Movement, Honors Former Pastor

50th anniversary of John Fife's ordination will be celebrated with a fundraiser to fix "worn out" facilities.

Nogales Border Patrol Increasing Penalty for First-Time Undocumented Immigrants

The change means many suspected undocumented immigrants are now charged criminally.

Nominated DHS Chief Left With Decisions On Temporary Protected Immigrants

Homeland Security nominee faces her first confirmation hearing on Wednesday.

Border Patrol Adopts New Policy for First-Time Border Crossers

In the past, crossing the border illegally for the first time likely meant a court date and release.

Historic Backlog in U.S. Immigration Cases Could Reach 1 Million by 2020

The political bias of judges goes unchecked and unchallenged.

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.

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.

Episode 337: Honorably Discharged from the Military, and Deported

Custom wheelchairs made for bumpy roads, and a system of math education developed south of the border.

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