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Mexico's crumbling economy leads to border arrests, more COVID-19 fears
Roughly 40% of the population of Mexico lives in poverty. The struggles were present even before COVID-19 hit.
U.S. migration policies hit the Mexico-Guatemala border
Tensions between the U.S. and Mexico regarding migration have also hit hard on the borders, not only between both nations, but also between Mexico and Guatemala.
How Trump's immigration policy is hurting commerce at the border
A fluid border was key to a Texas town's economy, until it wasn't.
Trump visits Arizona, where border patrol recruiting is still stalled
Today the president is in Phoenix, holding a political rally and visiting a town on the border with Mexico. While this administration has pledged to hire 5,000 more border patrol agents, so far that has not improved longstanding recruitment and retention challenges for the agency. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
ICE union to Trump: Come drain our swamp
Homeland Security is facing a slew of recruiting challenges, including a high rate of polygraph failure, pay parity and a lack of morale, according to employee representatives.
Local law enforcement in California work with ICE in different ways
At the Fresno County Jail, immigration agents have access to the jail’s database.
College students consider what it would mean to work for Homeland Security
Traffic is heavy at the agency's table at a Temple University career fair.
Policing both sides of the border in Nogales
A look at what it's like for members of law enforcement here and in Mexico.