The federal government spent over $700,000 to repair part of a steel border fence that was knocked down by debris from a rainstorm last summer.
Authorities have discovered a tunnel connecting through Mexico and the United States.
Federal prosecutors have declined to participate in talks to settle contempt-of-court proceedings against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and some of his top aides for violating court orders in a racial profiling case.
A new study found that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s inconsistent reporting of data can lead to a skewed perception of the state of border security.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (CBS Las Vegas/AP) — A bill that would make it easier for immigrants with temporary legal status to get a Nevada teaching license has passed its first legislative hurdle. The Assembly Education […]
The New Mexico House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would end the state’s practice of giving driver’s licenses to people even if they can’t prove they are in the country legally.
Federal Judge Grants Permanent Injunction Allowing Young Immigrants To Obtain Ariz. Driver’s Licenses
A federal judge granted a permanent injunction Thursday affirming the ability of young immigrants protected from deportation to obtain an Arizona driver’s license.
A judge has barred Maricopa County officials from enforcing two Arizona identity-theft laws that have been used to convict hundreds of immigrant workers.
Assaults against U.S. Border Patrol agents have dropped again even as apprehensions of immigrants illegally crossing the border increase.
A newly elected Arizona state representative says he’s drafting legislation to add a “non-citizen” designation on driver’s licenses issued to young immigrants participating in an Obama administration program enabling them to avoid deportation.