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Axel Fernandez, 15, from Honduras has traveled more than 2,400 miles in his attempt to cross into the U.S.
Governor signs a bill that eliminates the need to obtain a warrant before inspecting a clinic
Legal campaigns are taking on recent wave of restrictions on reproductive rights
As America’s overseas wars wind down, security contractors are looking for new opportunities securing the borders
Federal efforts to recover wolf population expose bitter tension between anti-government and environmentalist activists
Over 2,100 migrants have died crossing into Arizona since 2001, and those numbers show no signs of slowing down.
State commission in New Mexico will soon decide between benefits of diversion and water conservation for the Gila
Arizona’s House is considering a bill that would allow surprise inspections of abortion clinics
Brewer shoots down law that she says ‘could result in unintended and negative consequences’
Learn more about the Feb. 26, 2014 edition of Consider This
The only through road in the mudslide area is still mostly buried, with no timeline for when it will reopen