Published May 20, 2013
The former U.S. Attorney for Arizona could be disbarred, after an investigation found he lied to the Justice Department about his role in trying to discredit the federal whistle-blower who exposed the botched gun-running scheme known as Fast and Furious.
Published May 07, 2013
Detroit says it will ruin your engine. The EPA says it's safe. But as Washington looks to compel refiners to blend more and more ethanol into gasoline, consumers are still left with the basic and critical question -- how much ethanol is safe to put in their cars?
Published May 06, 2013
With more than 11 million illegal immigrants living in the so-called "shadows," immigration reform supporters say legalizing the group will make America safer. But opponents of the current Senate bill claim a provision requiring background checks for those illegal immigrants is so weak that it would actually protect criminals and gang members.
Published April 29, 2013
While the Senate immigration bill devotes hundreds of pages to immigrants who enter the U.S. illegally over the Southwest border, it pays little attention to another but equally persistent problem - those who enter legally but never leave. In Washington and in the immigration business they're known as visa overstays.
Published April 17, 2013
In a bold stroke, eight U.S. senators hope to pull off what Sen. Ted Kennedy and President George W. Bush could not -- pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill for the first time in decades. The new bill is a radical departure from the last major overhaul bill in 2007, which fell victim to numerous amendments and finally died in May that year by 14 votes in the Senate.
Published April 12, 2013
For all the talk in Washington about border security, the one agency charged with providing it isn't sharing a wealth of details. So a group of volunteers -- called Secure Border Intelligence -- has stepped in, working around the clock in Arizona to keep a thorough record of the front lines of the border battle.
Published April 05, 2013
Newly released arrest numbers show a significant increase in illegal immigrants crossing along the southwest border, despite claims as recently as Thursday by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano that the border is more secure.
Published April 02, 2013
Contrary to the Administration's claim the border has never been more secure, high ranking Border Patrol officials in Texas are considering the need "for a tent city" because a surge of illegal immigrants have the Rio Grande Valley "boiling over" with smuggling traffic and new immigrants.
Published March 27, 2013
Cuts from sequestration will mean a big pay cut and an unprotected border, agents warn.
Published March 23, 2013
The second of two reports examining who's to blame over the federal anti-gun-running scheme known as Operation Fast and Furious exonerates top officials at the Department of Homeland Security, but paints a picture of ineptitude, ignorance and mismanagement at the DHS operations in Arizona.