"In the end, the physical things didn’t surprise me nearly as much as the mental ones."
Civil liability is the only avenue left for parents of a Mexican teenager shot to death by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
A Mexican teen's death will force the Supreme Court to decide if there can be justice for cross-border violence.
It is high time the fallacies of violence be re-scripted to reflect the reality of safety along our borders.
The American and Mexican communities that live at the border are united by common geography, history, language, and aspirations, and have much to teach the rest of the country about how to build harmonious bicultural communities.
When the El Paso Chihuahuas took the field against the San Diego Padres last week, it was a significant event on many levels -- only some of which will be on display on the field.