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Sen. Flake: A Border Tax Is Bad For Business

The proposed 20 percent increase has been met with resistance from some Republicans.

Trump Rules Hit Hard at Illegal Immigration

Criminals, crime suspects top priority, with much wider net cast for others, too.

Homeland Security, State Department Secretaries Headed to Mexico

Kelly and Tillerson will meet with President Peña Nieto on two-day visit.

Under Stress, US-Mexico Intelligence Ties Could Fray

Some say security cooperation could be crucial in Mexico's response to economic threats from the U.S.

Carmakers, Amid Political Uncertainty, Still Investing On Both Sides Of US-Mexico Border

Investment based on market demand, Ford Mexico CEO says, not politics.

Mexico City Officials Promise 'Hospitable City' for Migrants

Capital city has policies that resemble those of U.S. 'sanctuary cities,' though some there say they're not effective.

Arizona Woman Deported To Mexico Under New Trump Rule

Wife and mother of two U.S. citizens deported upon annual check-in with ICE.

Trade Tops Mexican Senators' Agenda on Arizona Visit

Meeting in Phoenix Friday and Saturday with Tucson, Phoenix mayors, immigrants.

US Eyes Mexican Energy Industry as Pemex Readies for Reform

American companies are ready to invest, but not before Pemex gets its house in order.

After Trump is Inaugurated, Sonora to Host ‘Megaregion’ Business Summit

Energy roundtable will kick off decade-old business summit in Hermosillo.

7 Miles of Border Wall Being Modernized Near Naco

Old wall is being replaced with bollard-style fencing 18 feet high.

Q&A With Former Mexican President Vicente Fox

Startup Tucson, NAFTA and the future of trade relations between the two countries.

Gov. Ducey, Eyes on Trade, Traveling to Mexico

Arizona governor wants to keep the trade relationship strong.

Mexico City Welcomes Phoenix Suns for Two NBA Games

Mayor hopes to attract more world-class sporting events.

Mexican Protests Causing Slowdown at the Border

Runaway train rolls into US; protesters suspected of setting train on autopilot.

Growing Bat Population Good for Tequila Drinkers

The once endangered long-nosed bat may come off the federal protection list.

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