As the immigration debate continues in Washington, there are still dozens of people each year dying on the U.S.-Mexico border as they attempt to come to the United States. And this weekend, the Global Justice Center at the University of Arizona will hold a symposium on this continuing problem.
America’s opioid crisis has revealed not only our society’s struggle with addiction, but also chronic pain. As states respond to the epidemic, some patients fear losing access to the medication. But what about those who want to get off it?
Many young undocumented immigrants who were taken to the U.S. as children are considering their options as temporary protections are set to expire. In Mexico, a few are returning, looking for opportunities they didn’t have in the United States. Phoenix Business Owner Dreams Of Canada →
The director of the Bureau of Indian Education told a House committee Wednesday President Donald Trump’s budget will not impact plans to improve Native American education, despite a 16 percent cut to the bureau.