The U.S.-Mexico Border

Mexican gang leader held in deaths of 3 with ties to U.S. consulate (Post, March 30, 2010)
 
Turf battle slows corruption probes: Homeland Security IG often in conflict with Border Patrol, FBI (Post, March 30, 2010)
 
U.S., Mexican officials to meet over drug violence: High-powered delegation will discuss how to fight trafficking (Post, March 23, 2010)
 
Somalis seeking asylum take back-door route to U.S.: Suspension of refugee program has put them on Latin American path (Post, January 4, 2010)
 
Mexico questions its drug strategy: Violence in Juarez prompts officials to admit military failure (Post, December 27, 2009)
 
Obama presses Congress to rework immigration laws (Post, November 14, 2009)
 
Task force seeks ban on assault weapons: Group also wants overhaul of Mexican border agencies (Post, November 13, 2009)
 
Lawmakers Scrap Plan for 300 More Miles of Fencing on Mexican Border (Post, October 10, 2009)
 
Border Deaths Are Increasing: Rise Is Despite Fewer Crossers, U.S. and Mexican Groups Say (Post, September 30, 2009)
 
'Better to Be Deported Alive Than to Be Dead': For undocumented residents, a call demanding ransom for a kidnapped loved one can lead to an equally fear-inducing call to federal immigration authorities. (Post, August 23, 2009)
 
Agencies Clash on Military's Border Role: At Issue: Which One Directs Troops in Anti-Drug Mission (Post, June 28, 2009)
 
Anti-Drug Plan Set For Mexican Border: Better Technology, Intelligence Stressed (Post, June 6, 2009)
 
N. Korea Follows Nuclear Test With a Favor for Captive Americans (Post, June 4, 2009)
 
Arrests on Southern Border Drop: 27% Decline Marks Fewest Seizures by Agents Since 1976 (Post, May 21, 2009)
 
Ecuadoran Town a Hub for Drug-Running Rebels, Colombia Says (Post, May 20, 2009)
 
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