How are grassroots organizations mobilizing Latinos to go to the polls? What was the impact of Latino voters in the 2020 election in Texas and Arizona?
The Department of Homeland Security has waived environmental laws to move forward on wall projects in California and Texas. Scientists and conservation advocates wonder if this national monument is next.
Speakers lined up to tell the mayor and council members what happened when they protested a Trump rally on Aug. 22.
Back in the 1850s, the US military created a Camel Corps for exploring desert territory and expanding the American frontier. That's how Philip Tedro, aka Hadji Ali, aka Hi Jolly, came to the US.
Federal authorities had previously granted Guadalupe Garcia permission to stay in the US. There is a federal civil rights case against Phoenix’s former sheriff and the types of raids that she was swept up in.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has earned friends and foes nationwide for his tough stance on illegal immigration. Now, immigrants and their allies in several US states are mobilizing to get him out of office.
November’s election is set to be a wake-up call for both major parties. Arizona, long a red state, just might swing for Clinton. And the Latino vote will matter.
Ed Ashurst says the smuggling of drugs and people across the border needs to be seen as a real, national problem. Something, he says, the government isn’t doing.
A history of tough-on-immigration policies have galvanized Latinos in the state for years. And now they're registering to vote in big numbers.
Balbir Singh Sodhi was killed at his Phoenix gas station four days after 9/11. He was a Sikh American but his killer thought he was a Muslim. Fifteen years later, his brother keeps on telling his story.