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 Border wall rising near Lukeville

Border wall rising near Lukeville

In the desert east of Lukeville, 30-foot poles mark the next stage of the Trump administration’s border wall

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 Work on more border wall starts in Arizona, New Mexico

Work on more border wall starts in Arizona, New Mexico

Work crews in Arizona and New Mexico forged ahead Friday with construction of taller border fencing funded through a national emergency declaration by President Donald Trump

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Albuquerque-based company gets multimillion-dollar contract to build border wall in Texas

Albuquerque-based company gets multimillion-dollar contract to build border wall in Texas

An 11-mile stretch of new border wall is being built in Texas by an Albuquerque-based company, but how will it help our state's economy and by how much?

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A Green Light on the Border Wall as Trump’s Supreme Court Victories Mount

A Green Light on the Border Wall as Trump’s Supreme Court Victories Mount

In June, 2017, a majority of Supreme Court Justices reached a subtle compromise that few expected regarding Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from predominantly Muslim countries entering the U.S. They issued an unsigned opinion that didn’t quite bless the President’s so-called travel ban—then in its second iteration, after multiple judicial setbacks—but nonetheless gave something to both sides

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Trump administration wants to keep troops at U.S.-Mexico border through Sept. 2020

Trump administration wants to keep troops at U.S.-Mexico border through Sept. 2020

The Department of Homeland Security wants the U.S. military to maintain its presence at the southwest border through September 2020, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday

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 In a victory for Trump, the Supreme Court frees up $2.5 billion for the border wall

In a victory for Trump, the Supreme Court frees up $2.5 billion for the border wall

  • Vox
  • 07/27/2019 12:00 AM

Construction blocked by a judge earlier this year can now begin

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