An interview with Bill and Turner Ross, whose Sundance award-winning documentary about border life, Western, screens at SXSW Film.
So much for the border fence.
Why a lavish two-volume attack on the border fence, with photos by Maurice Sherif, misses the mark.
A jogging path along the Rio Grande was a treasured, secret place—until it became part of the front lines in a war I still don’t understand.
Biologists are worried that the U.S.-Mexico border fence adversely impacts endangered species and other animals.
The border fence cuts through a Valley farmer's property, upending his family's life.
Read an excerpt from a new book by Maurice Sherif.
Which is worse: looking the other way as millions of illegals stream across the border or building an unconscionably expensive and impractical fence that few in the Valley (a) want or (b) believe will make a difference?