Jaguars need the freedom to roam across the US-Mexico border. Most jaguars that belong to the highly endangered jaguar population of the U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico survive in Mexico. Jagua…
Near the San Ysidro border crossing, between San Diego and Tijuana, a long wall of crosses acts as a memorial to those who lost their lives trying to cross from Mexico into the United States. Some crosses bear names, others simply say the Spanish word for "unidentified."
Ten Questionable Federal Gov't Expenditures Greater Than Trump's Border Wall
Many of President Donald Trump's critics are grappling with the reality the U.S. government will actually build the much-ballyhooed border wall Trump had | Politics
Scientists Warn Trump’s Border Wall Will Be Bad for the Planet
President Donald Trump’s plan for a southern border wall will cost billions of dollars and has already sparked a diplomatic rift with Mexico. It’s also going to be bad for the planet.
Skepticism surrounding Trump’s US-Mexico border wall - Finance Post
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced his plans to build a wall on the US border with Mexico, which to Mexicans, seemed more like a symbolic and worrisome gesture of a new chapter in US-Mexico relations than a real deterrent for people to enter the United States illegally. “Even if they build the wall, I […]
Netanyahu's Support for Trump's Wall Causes Problems With Mexico - Israel365 News | Latest News. Biblical Perspective.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s Tweet on Saturday night praising US President Donald Trump’s directive to begin construction on a 1,900-mile wall along the US-Mexico border has caused a standoff with the government of Mexico and created a difficult position for the 60,000-strong Mexican Jewish community.
Trump just proposed a $60 billion tax hike
While president-elect and now president, Donald Trump has threatened new “border taxes” on products from Mexico and China if other reforms don’t take place...
'Over my dead body': tribe aims to block Trump's border wall on Arizona land
Controlling 2.8m acres of a reservation, the Tohono O’odham Nation vowed to oppose construction on its land and called for a meeting with the president