Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer Couldn't Name Mexican President During Telemundo InterviewDemocratic presidential hopefuls Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer were stumped when asked during a televised interview in Nevada to name the Mexican president.
Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Conspiracy In Immigrant Worker Case That Involved Nebraska, Minnesota BusinessesA man accused of providing to companies workers in the U.S. illegally has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for conspiring to harbor those people.
Dylan Bennett Now Back In Minnesota After Extradition From MexicoDylan John Bennett, who allegedly murdered his parents on Aug. 21, is now back in Minnesota after being extradited from Mexico.
MN Lawmakers, Others Along Northern Border Want Grain Rules AddressedRepublican senators along the northern U.S. border are asking officials to address grain in the trade deal with Canada and Mexico.
DHS To Allow Border Wall To Go Through National Monument, Wildlife RefugeThe Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday again waived environmental and dozens of other laws to build more barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border.
DHS Resuming 'Remain In Mexico' Policy For Asylum SeekersThe Trump administration is resuming its controversial "Remain in Mexico" policy requiring certain non-Mexican migrants who claim asylum at ports of entry along the southern border to wait in Mexico while their cases are processed.
State Department Issues Travel Warnings For Spring BreakersThe U.S. State Department has issued travel advisories for some of the most popular spring break destinations, including parts of the Bahamas, Jamaica and all of Mexico.
Monarch Butterfly Population Booming In MexicoThere are nationwide efforts to restore native flowering plants and milkweed to help their population.
Mexico's Incoming Government Denies It's Planning To Host Asylum-SeekersMexico's incoming government denied a report Saturday that it plans to allow asylum-seekers to wait in the country while their claims move through U.S. immigration courts.
Migrants Will Face Long Lines, Waiting Game At U.S. BorderA woman arrived just after sunrise at the Mexican entrance to the busiest border crossing into the U.S. and was quickly surrounded by nearly 100 migrants. She opened a tattered, hardcover notebook bound with silver duct tape and began shouting out numbers from a handwritten list.
Travel Advisory Issued After 8 Bodies Found In CancunThe U.S. Department Of State has issued a level two travel advisory after eight bodies were found in the resort city of Cancun.
Report: Secret Drug Smuggling Tunnel Discovered Under Former KFCA tunnel that stretches from a former Kentucky Fried Chicken in Arizona all the way to a home in Mexico was discovered last week by investigators, who believe the secret passageway was used for drug smuggling.
U.N. Calls On U.S. To Stop Separating Families“There is nothing normal about detaining children,” U.N. high commissioner for human rights spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani said.
US Says Border Crossing Didn't Have Room For Asylum SeekersAbout 50 or so camped on blankets and backpacks in Tijuana outside the Mexican side of the crossing.
National Guard Troops Await Orders To Deploy To Mexico BorderNational guard contingents in U.S. states bordering Mexico awaited guidance Thursday on the what duties they'll be assigned to help fight illegal immigration and drug smuggling along the border, and a Pentagon official said it has not yet been determined whether the troops will be armed.