Texas landowners dig in to fight Trump border wall

(10 Jan 2019) President Donald Trump’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas comes as his administration fights many of the region’s landowners, religious leaders, and environmentalists over the few miles of barrier it’s already trying to build. (Jan. 10)

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Hundreds of Immigrant Children Wait in Cages

The AP toured a holding facility in South Texas that’s holding hundreds of immigrant children. While reporters were not allowed to record the tour, video released by border patrol shows them waiting in a series of cages created by metal fencing. (June 18)

Raw: Suspected Smuggling Vehicle Fatal TX Crash

The US Border Patrol says the SUV that crashed in South Texas, killing at least five people, was being chased by an agent who suspected it was part of a “smuggling event.” 14 people were in the SUV, many suspected of being in the US illegally. (June 18)

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Tx. Police Stop Truck Loaded with Immigrants

More than 80 people believed to be in the country illegally were found in the back of a tractor-trailer following a traffic stop in South Texas Tuesday night. Authorities say some of the people were treated for dehydration. (May 23)

Bone-chilling Cold Grips Much of US

Bone-chilling cold gripping much of the U.S. is breaking century-old records. The National Weather Service has issued wind chill advisories and freeze warnings covering a vast area from South Texas to Canada and from Montana through New England. (Jan. 2)

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Raw: Extreme Cold Temperatures In Much of U.S.

Chunks of ice floated down the Mississippi River and fountains froze in Texarkana, Arkansas as wind chill advisories stretched South Texas to Canada and from Montana and Wyoming through New England. (Jan. 2)

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Mexico’s Immigrant Oasis: Last Stop Before the Border

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The town of Altar, Sonora, is the last stop for thousands of migrants who plan to illegally cross the border that separates Mexico and the United States in search of a better life. Here, the economy revolves around migration. Along its streets we can find everything from special slippers to avoid detection by motion sensors installed in the Arizona desert, camouflage clothing to avoid being spotted by Border Patrol agents, backpacks, gloves, and even contraceptives for the women — as it is estimated that 80 percent of them will be raped during their journey.

We wanted to know how difficult this crossing is for the migrants. It involves walking across the desert for days on end, abuse at the hands of human traffickers, and being hunted by Border Patrol agents. VICE news visited the Sasabe desert, between Sonora and Arizona, which registers temperatures of up to 120 degrees during the day and drops below 30 degrees at night. In this hellhole, the migrants may run into Father Prisciliano Peraza, a cowboy who apart from delivering mass, also travels through the desert in his pickup truck, dropping off supplies to those attempting to cross the border — to help them avoid meeting their death during the attempt.

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