Joseph Kolb Archive
Published February 05, 2013
An overhaul of a U.S. military program aimed at helping Mexican security forces fight the war on drug cartels is raising concerns that U.S. training could fuel human rights abuses -- and even be exploited by the cartels themselves.
Published January 15, 2013
A government watchdog report has identified a dramatic increase in documented corruption cases among U.S. border and immigration agents, finding nearly 150 have been arrested or indicted since 2005.
Published November 29, 2012
The Mexican ambassador to the U.S. calls for a stronger and fair cooperation between the two countries.
Published October 23, 2012
The murder rate in Juárez, Mexico continues to plunge, leaving once overcrowded autopsy rooms virtually empty.
Published October 07, 2012
At the annual Border Governors Conference, the governors of Chihuahua and Sonora downplayed the impact of the border fence in economic development and tourism.
Published October 06, 2012
Federal police in Chihuahua City, Mexico arrested without incident one of the U.S. Marshals
Service 15 Most Wanted felons.
Published September 26, 2012
Now with a 40 percent drop in killings in just one year, children are returning to the parks.
Published September 19, 2012
New government agency in violence-stricken Ciudad Juárez, México, aims to curb crimes against women.
Published September 09, 2012
Then-Gov. Richardson said granting licenses to the undocumented would boost the number of insured drivers.
Published September 08, 2012
Mexico's drug has kept U.S. medical students studying in the country out of class.