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How Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy Leads to Family Separation

A discussion with Arizona Republic border reporter Rafael Carranza about how the law is enforced.

Tohono O'odham Leaders See Relationship Improving with Federal Law Enforcement

The tribe's land spans both Arizona and Mexico, adding complexity to its relationship with the political border.

Touring Arizona's Border in a Black Hawk Helicopter

Border Patrol uses the helicopter to help agents on the ground and to conduct rescues.

Arizona Chamber on Growth and Impact of New Tariffs, NAFTA Talks

Union Pacific also discusses investments to the region and its role in the state's trade industry

Family Separation; Black Hawk Border Tour; Arizona's Economy

Plus, how the Tohono O'odham Nation views its relationship with Border Patrol and challenges on the reservation.

Judge: Ousted Arizona Lawmaker Can Run for State Senate

Ruling over question of former Rep. Don Shooter's residence.

$134M in Improvements Planned for Border Highway

The State Route 189 project will ease truck traffic from the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales.

Summery Blistered Tomato and Artichoke Pasta

This delicious dish is quick and easy.

2,000 Kids Separated From Parents at Border in Less Than 2 Months

The numbers are for families separated due to adults facing prosecution from mid-April to the end of May.

2018 PBS Online Film Festival

From fact to fiction, films that offer surprising stories only PBS can tell

Sessions Cites Bible to Defend Separating Immigrant Families

Last month, the attorney general announced a "zero tolerance" policy that any adult who enters the country illegally is criminally prosecuted.

Civilizations: The Cult of Progress

Examine the rise and fall of “progress” as an ideology.

State Commission Wants to Change State Ban on Trail Cameras

The change aims to allow other cameras that capture images but don't transmit them live.

Business Owners Seek Federal Government Help to Drive Border Business

U.S. diplomat urges pushback against narratives of a dangerous Mexico.

Proponent Sees Opportunity in 2026 World Cup to Ease North American Tensions

It will be the first time the tournament is hosted by three countries.

Judge Mulls Allowing Expelled Arizona Lawmaker on Ballot

The decision over Don Shooter's candidacy was expected Friday.

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