The U.S.-Mexico Border

Border Patrol
A Border Patrol vehicle drives along the U.S.-Mexican border in Naco, Ariz.
IN MONTERREY, MEXICO When American baseball executives were looking for a place to move the struggling Montreal Expos franchise five years ago, Mexican investors brought them here, to this booming metropolis two hours south of the Texas border.
Tijuana . . . for your health? (Post, March 6, 2011)
Administration giving up on full 'virtual fence' on border (Post, January 15, 2011)
For National Guard, a new mission along the border (Post, January 5, 2011)
Drug cartels disrupt Mexico's daily life (Post, December 12, 2010)
In Mexico, a legal breakdown invites brutal justice (Post, December 9, 2010)
Somber ritual as six are welcomed home (Post, December 3, 2010)
EDWARD SCHUMACHER-MATOS: Mexico, call in the Marines (By Edward Schumacher-Matos EDWARD SCHUMACHER-MATOS, November 26, 2010)
Three Latino stars shine for GOP (Post, October 22, 2010)
Juarez paper vows to keep reporting (Post, September 21, 2010)
U.S. worker's case reveals how drug cartels get help from this side of border (Post, September 12, 2010)
Drug couriers using disguises to move along border (Post, August 31, 2010)
Cartels' cash flows across border (Post, August 26, 2010)
Border Patrol suicides cause alarm: Professional, personal reasons cited for more agents killing selves (Post, August 19, 2010)
Rebuilding 'a sense of belonging' in Juarez: Mexico hopes $270 million in social spending will help end city's drug violence (Post, August 12, 2010)
U.S. border security bill meets criticism: Proposed increase in visa application fees concerns Indian IT executives (Post, August 7, 2010)
Violence with growing sophistication: Cellphone-triggered car bomb marks escalation in Mexican drug cartels' tactics (Post, July 22, 2010)
Why good fences make bad policy (By Peter Schrag, July 18, 2010)
Border groups meet, rethink strategy: Advocates seek to counter increased focus on enforcement (Post, June 30, 2010)
U.S. sending aerial drone to Texas as part of border effort (Post, June 24, 2010)
Mexico decries teen's shooting at border: U.S. investigating Border Patrol actions at a turbulent crossing (Post, June 10, 2010)
Illegal immigrants gravitate to Ariz. border: Continuing flow fueling fresh fight over policy at leakiest sector in U.S. (Post, May 30, 2010)
Obama beefs up border security: 1,200 TROOPS, $500 MILLION
GOP remains unswayed on immigration
(Post, May 26, 2010)
Customs chief neglected to file forms on household workers: New commissioner says legal status was verified for all employees (Post, May 14, 2010)
Gang formed in Texas prison tied to contract killings: ASSASSINATIONS AT THE BORDER
Drug cartel suspected in U.S. consulate deaths
(Post, April 4, 2010)
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