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  • Veteran photographer shines light on US immigration

    Veteran photographer shines light on US immigration

    Death and deportation at the US-Mexico border, and lives after crossings.

  • Crossing the border gets deadlier

    Crossing the border gets deadlier

    Fewer people are trying to cross the Southwest border, but a higher percentage are dying

  • Is the Latino electorate finally beginning to make its mark?

    Is the Latino electorate finally beginning to make its mark?

    If Democrats succeed in an improbable coup -- winning a U.S. Senate seat in Arizona, and making the state competitive for Obama -- they’ll have Latino voters to thank.

  •  The lessons of Butte, Montana

    The lessons of Butte, Montana

    During the labor struggles of the early 20th century, rough-and-tumble Butte, Mont., survived as a community because of -- rather than despite -- its ethnic diversity.

  • Us and them vs. all the rest

    Us and them vs. all the rest

    During the labor struggles of the early 20th century, rough-and-tumble Butte, Mont., survived as a community because of -- rather than despite -- its ethnic diversity.

  • Fields of dreams

    Fields of dreams

    "Farmworker Reality Tours" teach citizens about the lives of California's migrant farmworkers.

  • I think we're all anchor babies on this bus

    I think we're all anchor babies on this bus

    If we're no longer considered U.S. citizens by birthright, then how do we know we're citizens at all?

  • An improbable candidate runs in Arizona

    An improbable candidate runs in Arizona

    You've probably never even heard of John Dougherty, the dauntless Democratic journalist who hopes to challenge John McCain for U.S. Senate.

  • Unwelcome home

    Unwelcome home

    Chih Tsung Kao, 24, has lived -- and thrived -- in Boulder, Colo., since age four. But with no path to citizenship, he now faces an uncertain future in Taiwan.

  • The Forgotten Mesa

    The Forgotten Mesa

    Without basic services, life on Pajarito Mesa is all about surviving.

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