Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff is using the
recently passed Real ID Act to bypass environmental, safety and
labor laws in order to build a giant border fence south of San
by Michelle Burkhart,
Oct 31, 2005
In the two massive volumes of The American Wall, French photographer Maurice Sherif works with anthropologists, activists and writers to explore the border fence that separates the U.S. from Mexico.
by Terray Sylvester,
Jun 19, 2012
The U.S.-Mexico border wall does nothing to stop either drugs or illegal immigrants, but it sure can frustrate roaming wildlife, including mountain lions.
by Janay Brun,
Nov 28, 2011
July 2010 was the second-deadliest month ever for border-crossers in southern Arizona.
by Denver Nicks,
Oct 10, 2010
American Indians who use tribal I.D. cards face harassment when they try to cross the border between the U.S. and Canada.
by Krista J. Kapralos,
Feb 26, 2009
The new border wall may not be stopping all that many immigrants, but it's certainly having an impact on Southwestern wildlife.
by Ariana Brocious,
Aug 10, 2009
Despite Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling books, there are no vampires in Forks, Wash. – except for the Border Patrol and immigration agents who prey on the poorest workers in the area.
by Juan Jose Bocanegra and Joe Campe,
May 20, 2009
Who rewrote Park Service’s management policies?;
judge permits building of U.S.-Mexico border fence; Superintendent
David Hunsaker leaves Utah’s Escalante National Monument;
judge says Forest Service blew his ruling out of
by Jodi Peterson,
Dec 26, 2005
In Jim Lynch's second novel, Border Songs, an eccentric, gawky birdwatcher works for the Border Patrol along the Canadian border.
by Brian Kevin,
Dec 06, 2009
Sheriff Donna Matoon and her 11 overworked deputies patrol Montana's Toole County and keep an eye on the Canadian border.
by Gabriel Furshong,
Feb 13, 2009