Proposal adds fencing and roads, waives environmental laws far from international line.
Soldiers from separate detachments will split the 90-day mission
Immigration officials should grant Tucson woman reprieve from fear of deportation.
Nationwide, more than 600 people have been released under new enforcement priorities.
Findings based on 33 interviews with immigrants granted expedited release this summer.
Claims that Barber "skipped" a Congressional hearing on ISIS are not accurate.
They want to know who is responsible and hold them accountable.
The challenges of holding immigrant families in detention are starting to show.
She died after barricading herself in an office and shooting herself inside a major command's headquarters.
Feds address rise in Central American immigrants by targeting smuggling organizations.
Federal government addressing surge of Central Americans by targeting smuggling organizations.
Idea comes from board President Adelita Grijalva.
Flood of illegal immigrants overwhelming border agencies
A complaint filed against the Department of Homeland Security by several civil and human rights groups alleges abuse of immigrant children.
PHOENIX — Claiming "systemic abuse" of children who arrive in this country alone, immigrant rights groups demand this morning the Department of Homeland Security conduct an immediate investigation.
Five organizations today filed a complaint to the Department of Homeland Security on behalf of 116 unaccompanied immigrant children.
Gov. Jan Brewer urged President Obama Monday to end the policy that resulted in the release of hundreds of immigrants to bus stations in Tucson and Phoenix last week.
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz might not be fleeing the wars in Central America that led many to the doors of Southside Presbyterian Church more than 30 years ago — but to his family, the situation is no less desperate.
PHOENIX — Claiming a pattern of civil-rights abuse, the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit Monday to find out exactly how the Border Patrol enforces immigration law far from Mexico.
PHOENIX — Arizona taxpayers may spend $30 million to do little more than find out how good — or bad — a job the federal government does in securing the border.