Mexico is making it harder to import used cars from the U.S., angering hundreds of importers along the border whose livelihoods depend the revival and resale of America's four wheeled rejects.
It's the first time the agency has released its findings into internal investigations on agents' weapon use.
The legal battle between the U.S. government and immigrant rights groups has been fought in court since just after the 2014 Central American migrant crisis.
Wider locks have opened, allowing the latest megaships to get through the Panama Canal— the link between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The implications for the U.S. economy will be profound once Asian demand for goods like Arizona cotton and Texas oil and natural gas rebounds.
Access to abortion services became especially difficult for Texas women who lived along the U.S.-Mexico border after 2013, when many clinics closed as a result of the state's tighter restrictions.
Thousands of used cars waiting to be imported into Mexico are creating chaos at ports of entry in Texas and California as dealers protest increased government regulation.
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing Wednesday to try to understand why tribes don’t have better access to federal rural development funds.
Under new legislation tribal courts would be able to protect child victims of domestic abuse in Indian Country.
Six landowners in west Texas have won awards in the millions of dollars against a U.S. company contracted by Mexico to build a controversial natural gas pipeline. The pipeline will carry Texas natural gas to Mexico. Texas has granted power to seize private land on the U.S. side even though Mexico is paying for the pipeline.
The Border Patrol has traditionally been led by former agents