The wall along the border is like a prostitute to politicians. If it cost money that's okay. If not, that's okay too. Anyway, it's never going to get built because politicians, like prostitutes need more votes from the people (not "our citize
As Jason Hopkins at Western Journalism reports, A massive image of a baby placed on a border fence between the United States and Mexico is sparking an immigration debate.
You have to hand it to the Donald. He speaks his mind. This week he dropped an unwelcome stink bomb on Capitol Hill during his Phoenix rant Tuesday night.
President Donald Trump gave the establishment a simple, stern warning on Tuesday -- if you try stop the border wall's construction, I'll shut down the bloated government.
During a meeting at the G20 in Hamburg, Germany, between U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Trump told reporters that he "absolutely" still wants Mexico to pay for a wall along the U.S. border.
"The immigration problem" or "the border problem" has been a heated topic of debate and politicking in recent years. (This recent spurt is only the most recent in a series that goes back for centuries in U.S. history.) In large part this deba
Not all Americans are crazy about President Donald J. Trump's campaign pledge to build a wall along the entire U.S. southwest border (and make Mexico pay for it) as a way to curb illegal immigration and cut down on the massive amounts of drug traff
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SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Tuesday was the deadline for companies to propose designs for President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection will ask several of the bidders to build prototypes in San Diego.
The White House defended its plan to add legal muscle to the effort to build a wall spanning the U.S.-Mexico border, saying Wednesday that no one should be surprised that the administration will take steps needed to acquire land for the project.
A mistake in the border lines between Mexico and the United States could see over 200 thousand acres returned to Mexico.
A Mexican congressman went to great lengths -- and heights -- Wednesday to illustrate why he believes that President Trump's controversial U.S.-Mexico border wall is "unnecessary" and "totally absurd."
The first describes how Trump's comments about trade with Mexico and NAFTA have shrunk investments in Mexico, lowered forecasts for growth of the Mexican economy, and weakened the peso, thus making Mexican exports cheaper and pushing Mexico to increa
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James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on government death squads, Goldman Sachs, CIA & the drug trade, encryption - Ricardo Valenzuela (Mexican cattle rancher, libertarian economist, agro investment banker) on relations between the U.S. and Mexico