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Glenn Beck's 'Open Heart' for Migrant Children

Glenn Beck’s ‘Open Heart’ for Migrant Children

by Aura Bogado on July 9 2014, 11:18AM

On his program, the pundit also takes aim against U.S.-backed coups in Latin America.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Senate's Border 'Surge' Plays Political Games With Border Lives

Senate’s Border ‘Surge’ Plays Political Games With Border Lives

by on June 21 2013, 1:45PM

The Gang of Eight has agreed to a massive new border build up to buy Republican support for the bill. But those living and working on the border say that investment will lead to more people perishing in the desert, not a safer country.

Topics: /NOW

A Striking New Consensus on Immigration Reform--Thus Far

A Striking New Consensus on Immigration Reform—Thus Far

by on January 29 2013, 9:56AM

Washington may be headed to the most significant immigration overhaul in generations. But an old debate looms: When is the border secure enough?

Topics: Immigration, Immigration Reform

Thousands of Migrant Kids Trapped Inside the World's Border Politics

Thousands of Migrant Kids Trapped Inside the World’s Border Politics

by Michelle Chen on July 20 2011, 9:30AM

Displaced war and poverty, fleeing abuse and violence, or just trying to find their parents, youth who get ensnared at U.S. and European border crossings often face bleak conditions, say human rights monitors.

Topics: Global Justice

Javier Sicilia's Poetry in Motion Against the U.S.-Mexico Drug Wars Photo

Javier Sicilia’s Poetry in Motion Against the U.S.-Mexico Drug Wars

by Debbie Nathan on June 14 2011, 8:56AM

After losing his son to drug violence, a renowned Mexican artist set out on a cross-country trek to dramatize the death that our failed, militaristic response to narcotics has spawned.

Topics: Dispatches, Drug War, Global Affairs

The Casual Violence That Dehumanizing Language Breeds Photo

The Casual Violence That Dehumanizing Language Breeds

by Mónica Novoa on April 20 2011, 9:21AM

José Gutiérrez Guzmån is the most recent person to suffer out-of-scale violence from border agents, but he won’t be the last if we continue robbing migrants of their humanity.

Topics: Drop the I-Word, Immigration

Jose Gutierrez Guzman Granted Temporary Stay in U.S., Still in Coma

Jose Gutierrez Guzman Granted Temporary Stay in U.S., Still in Coma

by Asraa Mustufa on April 19 2011, 12:53PM

The married father of two was tased into a coma by border patrol agents in Arizona.

Topics: Immigration

Second Anti-Immigrant Vigilante Gets Death Sentence in Arizona

Second Anti-Immigrant Vigilante Gets Death Sentence in Arizona

by Asraa Mustufa on April 8 2011, 1:24PM

The gang executed an entire family in search of drugs and money to finance its border vigilantism.

Topics: Immigration

Wars on the U.S.-Mexico Border Divide and Conquer

Wars on the U.S.-Mexico Border Divide and Conquer

by Michelle Chen on March 21 2011, 10:12AM

U.S. drug and trade policies still do more to create instability than fight it.

Topics: Global Justice

Obama Administration Brags About Record Year of Deportations

Obama Administration Brags About Record Year of Deportations

by Julianne Hing on October 8 2010, 9:53AM

DHS calls system “thoughtful.” Indiscriminate and out-of-control are more apt adjectives.

Topics: Immigration

Dispatch from Juarez: Fear and Happiness at War

Dispatch from Juarez: Fear and Happiness at War

by Debbie Nathan on October 5 2010, 9:35AM

A family describes its search for peace as tens of thousands die in a brutal drug war fed by corruption, and the U.S. black market.

Topics: Dispatches, Drug War

Dispatch from Juarez: Snapshots of Peace, on the Society Pages Photo

Dispatch from Juarez: Snapshots of Peace, on the Society Pages

by Hatty Lee on October 5 2010, 9:34AM

Amid raging violence, families and friends still find joy.

Topics: Dispatches

Mexico's Birthday Blues: U.S. Border Security

Mexico’s Birthday Blues: U.S. Border Security

by on September 17 2010, 9:00AM

This summer, President Obama deployed 1,200 National Guard to patrol the border.

Topics: Global Affairs

As Border Patrol Expands, So Do Reports of Misconduct

As Border Patrol Expands, So Do Reports of Misconduct

by Julianne Hing on September 9 2010, 5:22PM

Agents have been accused of rape, assault, and harassment.

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Obama's Big Blunders On Immigration

Obama’s Big Blunders On Immigration

by Julianne Hing on August 13 2010, 3:26PM

When it comes to reform, it’s been a long year of empty promises.

Topics: Immigration, Politics

Congress Spends Another $600 Million for Border Militarization

Congress Spends Another $600 Million for Border Militarization

by Julianne Hing on August 12 2010, 12:03PM

What gridlock? Some bills can in fact pass quickly through both chambers.

Topics: Immigration

Senate OK's $600 Million for Still More Border Security

Senate OK’s $600 Million for Still More Border Security

by Julianne Hing on August 6 2010, 1:12PM

The new bill supports extra border patrol agents and aerial drones.

Topics: Immigration

1,200 National Guard, Coming to a Border Town Near You

1,200 National Guard, Coming to a Border Town Near You

by Julianne Hing on July 20 2010, 4:41PM

A breakdown of where they’ll go. One guess which state gets the most.

Topics: Immigration

Bloggers Demand MAC & Rodarte Donate Profit from Juarez Makeup

Bloggers Demand MAC & Rodarte Donate Profit from Juarez Makeup

by Julianne Hing on July 19 2010, 6:02PM

Update 8:54pm ET: MAC has announced that it will be changing the names of some of the products in their Juarez-inspired collaboration with Rodarte. No details on which product names will be changed—but we’ll venture a guess and say that…

Topics: Arts & Culture

California Sends More National Guard to the Border

California Sends More National Guard to the Border

by Julianne Hing on July 19 2010, 5:20PM

White House border beef-up continues, but still no word on immigration reform.

Topics: Immigration

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