Thor Salayandia, vice president of the Mexican Chamber of Industry, talks about the effects in Juarez of the targeted labor strike at U.S. auto manufacturing plants.
Lawmakers push for new international bridge
Federal officials in El Paso on Friday confirmed the capture of the two alleged human smugglers and two suspected murderers identified through tips from a call center for the Se Busca Informacion (Information Sought) campaign.
Lawmakers urge Mexico to lift gasoline ban
Chihuahua state police investigators cordon off the scene where body parts were abandoned in plastic bags and a blanket in the Mezquital neighborhood of south Juarez.
U.S. to foot most of bill to repair border dam
Mexico owes U.S. water from Rio Grande
Al Otro Lado, a migrant advocacy group in San Diego files lawsuit against DHS for not making asylum more available at ports of entry
An Eagle Pass couple has found their property to be in the middle of Texas’ battle with the federal government over jurisdiction in immigration policy at the southern border.
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday against the State of Texas’ placement of a string of border buoys in the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Chihuahua state police officers search for Karina Dominguez Rubio, a women's rights activist missing since Nov. 16, 2023, in a junkyard in the West Juarez, Mexico, neighborhood of Anapra.