Julian Aguilar

These 2 Texas counties are coming face to face with the reality of Trump's border wall

For two decades, Carlota Lugo has run her small family store in this tiny border town that sits just a block away from the Rio Grande.

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Texas governor says nonprofits helping refugees should focus on homelessness. Refugee groups say it doesn't work that way

Gov. Greg Abbott dug his heels in Tuesday in a TV interview explaining why Texas will be the only state in the nation to reject refugees seeking resettlement, saying that aid groups working with refugees should instead prioritize other Texans in need, including the state's homeless population.

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After losing his wife in a mass shooting, he invited El Pasoans to her funeral. Hundreds showed up

After a gunman took the life of Margie Reckard in a mass shooting at a Walmart store two weeks ago, her husband Antonio Basco didn't have any other family in this town. So he invited all El Pasoans to celebrate "the love of his life" at her funeral Friday.

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Detainments of families on the US-Mexico border have more than tripled from the same period last year

The number of undocumented families crossing the southern border to seek asylum continued to surge in February after border agents witnessed a surge of unauthorized crossings during the first part of the federal government’s current fiscal year, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Tuesday.

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El Pasoans say history shows Trump is wrong about their city

Lowriders. Dehydration. A sizzling car steering wheel in the middle of summer.

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Beto O'Rourke on Possible Endorsement from Obama: 'I Don't Think We're Interested'