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Border Agent's Lawyer: Boy Shot Through Fence Was Drug Trafficker
Attorney for agent facing murder charges says teen victim threw rocks, ran from U.S. agents.
How the Border Wall Cuts Across Mexico's Political Landscape
Some say a barrier could put pressure on Mexico's political class to make changes at home.
The Border's New Boundaries, Part III: Silence from Violence
Border journalism has become increasingly deadly, at least for those on the Mexican side.
Mexico Is One Step Away From Legalizing Medical Marijuana
Such a step would be a landmark policy for the country battered by the drug trade.
US Budget: $42B for Homeland Security But None for Wall
Spending includes pedestrian fencing, surveillance towers, patrol roads, gates.
The Border's New Boundaries, Part II: Living On The Edge
Life could change for those with property in the path of a border wall.
The Border's New Boundaries, Part I: Digital Towers
A network of towers and other surveillance tech is used with the goal of monitoring the border 24 hours a day.
Mexico Is the Deadliest Country For Journalists In the Americas
The country ranked 147 of 180 countries in Reporters Without Borders World Freedom Index.
AZ Companies Still Seek Exports to 'Huge' Mexico Aerospace Market
The Mexican government expects $12 billion in revenue for next year.
When North is a Question Mark, the Mexican Auto Industry Looks East
Mexican businesses are looking beyond NAFTA to do business, and in Mexico’s car industry, one big new player is moving in: China.
Poorest Flagstaff School Is Richest In Chess
The school currently lacks the funding to send to Super Nationals all of the kids who qualified.
As Trump Moderates Rhetoric With Mexico, Peso Wins
The currency has gone from 21 pesos to the dollar to 18 after president's moderation.
Mexican Newspaper Shuttered after Reporter Killed
Closure prompted by shooting of Miroslava Breach after she reported on drug trafficking.
Wet Winter Stocks Fuel for Fire Season in Southern Arizona
Precipitation leads to more fine fuels and grasses, and more risk of quick-spreading fire.
Feds Postpone Deadline for Bids to Build Border Wall
'Where's the money?' contractors ask as government delays until April 4.
Mexican-Owned Cemex Says It Has Not Bid For Border Wall Construction
An analyst said Cemex is in a difficult position in terms of its relationship with clients at home and abroad.
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