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“Here lies America. In 230 years, she won all her battles. She safeguarded mankind’s yearning for freedom. She created the greatest opportunity for the most people in the history of the world. She brought the world foreign aid, the Red Cross, Peace C

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NPR

Even though federal law prohibits suspicionless Border Patrol profiling more than 100 miles away from an international border, the U.S. Border Patrol polices Phoenix's bus station and airport -- some 175 miles from Mexico -- because the city has

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Associated Press

The US plan to require people travelling between the US and Canada to have passports or similar identification is already hurting cross-border tourism, and it's not even in effect yet. Convention planners are hesitant to book events across the bo

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by E. J. Montini (Arizona Republic)

Sheriff's deputies had arrested more than 50 people on suspicion of conspiring with a human smuggler, to illegally enter the US. Last year another case of human smuggling got a lot of attention. It also involved the sheriff and his new best frien

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Associated Press

Officials from Washington border communities say new travel identification requirements will place an unprecedented economic burden on Northwest cities, threatening international commerce and tourism. Under a federal law to be phased in over the next

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New York Times

One is a second grader in Manhattan. Over the protests of his American mother, immigration officials have been trying to deport him ever since he returned from a brief visit to Canada without the right visa. Another is an Irish professor invited to t

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Feb. 7, 2006 - By Brock N. Meeks MSNBC

WASHINGTON -- Armed men in Mexican military uniforms have illegally crossed into the United States to provide cover for drug smugglers, and have fired upon U.S. Border Patrol agents on several occasions, a congressional panel was told Tuesday.

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According to reports in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, the FBI and the Hudspeth County Sheriff’s Department have confirmed that Mexican Army troops armed with mounted machine guns accompanying civilian drug smugglers were confronted by federal and

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USA Today (see related link)

Overcrowded housing is emerging as a battleground in immigration as towns and counties crack down on landlords who permit many unrelated people to occupy single-family homes. [After years of blocking landlords efforts to evict!]

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Washington Times

"It appears our government is covering this thing up because it just doesn't want to admit there is a problem," he said. "Trade between the United States and Mexico may be more important to Washington than human lives."

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BBC

A Mexican government agency is to issue some 70,000 maps marking main roads and water tanks for people wanting to cross illegally into the US. The National Human Rights Commission says the maps will be aimed at cutting the death toll among migrant

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