Stories by John
The Department of Homeland Security wants to study establishing a crossing fee along the Southwest and Northern borders.
The New Mexico umpire who allegedly threatened to eject high school baseball players for speaking Spanish has resigned.
Immigration reform is temporarily sidelined due to the Boston Marathon tragedy. But it's on deck to be the next big political debate.
Several beaches along the Tijuana-San Diego border are closed due to a sewage spill, however the extent remains unknown.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) fined 10 businesses in San Diego and Imperial counties more than $173,800 for hiring “unlawful” employees.
A new study suggests that the border agency may be struggling with more than crossers, but corruption. Center for Investigative Reporting dug into an internal study that has been kept secret for more than a year.
The Mexican Supreme Court overturned a state law prohibiting same-sex marriage. The ruling may have a wide-ranging influence, leading to the legalization of gay marriage in Mexico.
There are rumblings that the unmanned international Boquillas crossing in Big Bend National Park will be re-opening soon.
A new Republican super political action committee has been formed on immigration reform.
Latino Decisions report shows that Latino voters are motivated for the national election.
The U.S. returned more than 4,000 stolen antiquities to Mexico on Thursday. Most of the archeological pieces date back before Europeans landed in North America.