The question of whether the family of a 15-year-old Mexican national killed near the border can sue the agent who shot him will return to the 5th Circuit.
Civil liability is the only avenue left for parents of a Mexican teenager shot to death by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
The vehicle reportedly swerved to avoid a barrel while driving near Mesa, Arizona.
Mesa Police Chief John Meza says the case is "one of the most disturbing incidents" of child abuse he's ever seen.
"He knew where he was sending him, what he thought he was going to accomplish, only he can answer that."
Jackson, Chattanooga and Tulsa are among those chosen for a new initiative.
Airlines got a $373 million dollar gift from the government when it eliminated the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee last year. What with the slide in fuel prices, these 37 U.S. and 71 foreign airlines have to be feeling pretty flush right now.
Printmaking has come a long way since Hokusai's "Great Wave." At Mesa Arts Center (MAC) in Arizona, I rolled acid paint onto stencils and cranked out anime-pop prints.
The case, which has been more than four years in the making, has routinely captured headlines around the world. The long