The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday that the mother of a teenager shot and killed in Mexico by a Border Patrol agent standing in Arizona can sue for damages, and that the agent does not have immunity.
Santa Fe High School’s baseball team played Saturday night, just hours after 10 people were killed and 13 injured in a shooting massacre at their school Friday.
Solstar is developing a Wi-Fi network that can be used commercially in space. On Sunday they made a big step in the right direction when they sent the first tweet from space that only used commercial infrastructure.
A sea of teachers clad in red shirts flowed toward the Arizona Capitol on Thursday for an unprecedented walkout that closed most of the state’s public schools, part of an educator uprising that bubbled up in other parts of the nation and spread west.
As the Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas, announces the expansion of the border fence, people who live with it every day say they think that on balance it has helped improve safety.
There are 5,000 U.S. service members bodies still in North Korea from the Korean War. Family members hope talks with the country could help bring their loved ones home.
During a very improbable NCAA tournament run, Loyola University’s biggest star is Sister Jean who has captured attention for her prayers and bracket
Customs and Border Protection stopped a man who was trying to bring six jugs with close to $4 million in meth across the border.
Hagerman, a small town in southwest New Mexico, is currently dealing with a stinky skunk problem.
The Army, Air Force and Marines are taking part in Roving Sands, a training mission to simlute real deployment and combat for missile defense troops.