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Some ICE officers will begin wearing body cameras

The first phase of the program will roll out in a handful of U.S. cities.

Biden administration drops out of talks with separated migrant families

Lawyers representing some of those who have been reunited have been in talks for months with the administration.

DHS explores COVID-19 vaccine services at the border

DHS says it’s looking to award a short-term contract to provide vaccine services to non-U.S. citizens at points along the Southwest border.

Yuma mayor: US responding to border, emergency easing

Asylum seekers picked up sooner in Yuma.

Sewage crisis hits Mexico beach community

Sonora's governor promises aid

Senate confirms Tucson police chief to lead Customs and Border Protection

Deputy Chief Chad Kasmar will take the top job at the Tucson Police Department.

Revamped 'Remain in Mexico' policy now includes Haitians

The new policy expands to include countries across entire Western Hemisphere.

Asylum officers union: 'Remain in Mexico' revamp is a 'source of shame'

Union official says reinstating the policy will also strain resources and exacerbate an already years-long backlog for asylum cases.

Biden canceled the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, but an Indigenous protester is still on trial

A trial continues for one Indigenous protester facing federal charges for blocking construction machinery at a wall site in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

CBP establishes new care guidelines for pregnant women in custody

Under the guidelines, CBP has to do a better job of managing the care of infants, pregnant women and new mothers.

Homeland Security says 98% of CBP employees are vaccine mandate 'compliant'

Almost 12,000 CBP employees have contracted COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic and more than 50 have died.

Border traffic rebounding

Arizona 360 examines how federal officers are handling the increase in traffic and monitoring vaccinate documents.

Asylum seeker artisans will have work on display at a Tucson event Sunday

The binational initiative Artisans Beyond Borders sells embroidery made by asylum seekers waiting at the U.S. border in Sonora, Mexico.

In week after border reopening, feared lines yet to materialize in Nogales

On Monday afternoon, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s wait time smartphone app was showing modest 25- to 30-minute waits for passenger vehicles in Nogales.

Border Patrol line-of-duty deaths are up sharply during the pandemic

A spokesperson said all Border Patrol deaths from COVID-19 are considered line of duty deaths.

Infrastructure package includes millions for Arizona border ports

About $400 million will go toward what’s known as the “two-port solution” in Douglas.

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