Senior Field Correspondent
Senior Field Correspondent Hernán Rozemberg (San Antonio) is a veteran journalist with nearly a decade-and-a-half experience, most of that time spent reporting on immigration and border issues. He has traveled the length of the northern and southern U.S. borders on assignment. Born in Argentina, he's a native Spanish speaker who has lived, worked or studied on five continents. He holds a degree in political economy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a degree in international relations from St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas.
Activists who focus on improving working conditions at border manufacturing plants, known as maquiladoras, seem to joining the list of the latest random victims in Mexico’s incessant drug war.
I'll never the know the reason for sure, but in more than a decade of reporting on the U.S.-Mexico border, I've been able to sidestep getting into trouble.
Since its inception in 1994, NADBANK has invested $1.2 billion in 155 projects on both sides of the border.
An oil refinery explosion in a Mexican city on the Texas border left more than two dozen workers dead and many more injured.
Republican Rep. Lamar Smith has accused the Department of Homeland Security of "cooking the books" on deportation statistics.
Mexico's economy is growing at twice the rate of the U.S., and a high volume of wealthy Mexicans are moving to the states. The timing is good for Mexican businesses looking to expand.
Catholic Charities of San Antonio has offered immigrants low-cost legal help for more than three decades. But a decision was made to forego helping so-called “DREAMers” seeking to benefit from a new federal program.
Tethered surveillance blimps will now be seen across the Rio Grande Valley in Texas.
A judge has ruled that children held in the U.S. should be returned to their mother in Mexico. But court appeals could drag out the process.
Campaign politics hit close to home for journalists attending the UNITY 2012 conference.