U.S.-Mexico Border Photos on Townhall

  •  - Governors from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border attend conference in Sonora

    Governors from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border attend conference in Sonora

    Posted: 9/30/2011 12:53:50 PM EST
    Governor of Baja California Guadalupe Osuna Millan (L) addresses the audience next to Governor of New Mexico Susana Martinez (C) and Governor of Sonora Guillermo Padres Elias at the annual conference of regional leaders from both sides of the border in Sonora September 29, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes
  •  - Governors from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border attend conference in Sonora

    Governors from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border attend conference in Sonora

    Posted: 9/30/2011 9:50:07 AM EST
    Governor of Baja California Guadalupe Osuna Millan (L) addresses the audience next to Governor of New Mexico Susana Martinez (C) and Governor of Sonora Guillermo Padres Elias at the annual conference of regional leaders from both sides of the border in Sonora September 29, 2011. Governors along the U.S.-Mexico border agreed on Thursday to examine how to create shared databases where they can swap DNA and other biometric information on criminals in an effort to curb the flow of guns and drugs between the two countries. Picture taken September 29, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 7/21/2011 12:00:52 AM EST
    FILE In this July 28, 2010 photo, a US border patrol vehicle drives along the U.S.-Mexico border fence near Yuma, Ariz., as seen from the outskirts of San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico. Arizona launched a website Wednesday, July 20, 2011, to accept donations to pay for fencing along the Mexico border, and a supporter says the $3.8 million people donated to defend the state's 2010 immigration enforcement law could be just a taste of what to expect. (AP Photo/Guillermo Arias)
  •  - Border Patrol agent drags border road next to tiers of fences along US-Mexico border in San Diego

    Border Patrol agent drags border road next to tiers of fences along US-Mexico border in San Diego

    Posted: 6/22/2011 8:23:49 PM EST
    A U.S. Border Patrol agent "drags" a border road next to one of the tiers of fences along the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego December 9, 2005. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 9:40:48 PM EST
    Security personnel scan the horizon as President Barack Obama greets well wishers after stepping off Air Force One at Biggs Army Airfield in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, May 10, 2011, as he arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border to speak about immigration reform. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 9:40:48 PM EST
    President Barack Obama looks towards Mexico as he tours the Bridge of America Cargo Facility in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, May 10, 2011, as visited the U.S.-Mexico border to speak about immigration reform. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 9:40:48 PM EST
    President Barack Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, second from right, tour the Bridge of America Cargo Facility in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, May 10, 2011, during their visit to the U.S.-Mexico border where the president was to speak about immigration reform. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 9:40:48 PM EST
    President Barack Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, right, look at seized items as they tour the Bridge of America Cargo Facility in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, May 10, 2011, during their visit to the U.S.-Mexico border where the president was to speak about immigration reform. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 4:05:52 PM EST
    President Barack Obama boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Tuesday, May 10, 2011, as he travels to the U.S.-Mexico border at El Paso, Texas, to speak about immigration reform, Tuesday, May 10, 2011. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 5/10/2011 12:05:54 PM EST
    President Barack Obama returns a salute as he boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Tuesday, May 10, 2011, as he travels to the U.S.-Mexico border at El Paso, Texas, to speak about immigration reform. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Posted: 4/29/2011 6:19:03 AM EST
    This image provided by the U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement shows an ultra-light aircraft carrying 253 pounds of marijuana that was captured in December, 2008 in the Tucson, Arizona area. It is one of a growing number of aircraft being used to smuggle drugs into the United States. According to U.S. government statistics, there were 228 known aircraft incursion along the U.S.-Mexico border in 2010. (AP Photo/Immmigration Customs Enforcement)
  •  - Governor Schwarzenegger discusses border issues at the 26th Border Governors Conference at Universal Studios in Los Angeles

    Governor Schwarzenegger discusses border issues at the 26th Border Governors Conference at Universal Studios in Los Angeles

    Posted: 8/15/2008 2:10:14 AM EST
    California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (C), Schwarzenegger's Cabinet Secretary Dan Dunmoyer and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (R) discuss U.S.-Mexico border issues at the 26th Border Governors Conference at Universal Studios in Los Angeles August 14, 2008 in this photo released by Schwarzenegger's office. REUTERS/Duncan McIntosh/Office of Governor Schwarzenegger/Handout (UNITED STATES). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
  •  - Arturo Saldana picks up shingles blown off his house by Hurricane Dolly in Port Isabel

    Arturo Saldana picks up shingles blown off his house by Hurricane Dolly in Port Isabel

    Posted: 7/23/2008 7:42:30 PM EST
    Arturo Saldana picks up shingles blown off his house by Hurricane Dolly in Port Isabel, Texas July 23, 2008. Hurricane Dolly moved inland after tearing into the south Texas coast on Wednesday with 95 mph (150 kph) winds, pouring torrential rain on the U.S.-Mexico border area and threatening floods. Dolly, the second hurricane of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season, dropped up to 12 inches (30 cm) of rain in the first few hours after coming ashore at the barrier island of South Padre Island, where it ripped off roofs, bent palm trees in half and left thousands of residents without power. REUTERS/Joe Mitchell (UNITED STATES)
  •  - To match feature MEXICO-USA/ALTAR

    To match feature MEXICO-USA/ALTAR

    Posted: 8/21/2007 8:32:02 PM EST
    Migrants walk past a wooden cross with the name of woman killed while trying to cross illegally into the U.S. at a migrant shelter in the small town of Altar, about 60 miles (97 km) south of the U.S.-Mexico border in the Mexican state of Sonora in this picture taken July 27, 2007. Illegal immigration touches almost every aspect of life in the town of Altar, a clearing house for half a million people a year hoping to cross the Sonoran Desert into the United States. To match feature MEXICO-USA/ALTAR REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
  •  - Residents walks past destroyed church in the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negra

    Residents walks past destroyed church in the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negra

    Posted: 4/25/2007 9:44:09 PM EST
    A resident walks past destroyed church in the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negras April 25, 2007. A tornado killed 10 people, injured at least 180 and left hundreds homeless when it struck along the U.S.-Mexico border overnight and cut a four-mile (6.4-km) swath of damage, officials said on Wednesday. Seven people were killed when the storm ripped through Eagle Pass, Texas, and three people died in Piedras Negras, Mexico, just across the Rio Grande. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
  •  - Resident stands in front of the remains of her house after a tornado struck the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negras

    Resident stands in front of the remains of her house after a tornado struck the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negras

    Posted: 4/25/2007 8:10:40 PM EST
    A resident stands in front of the remains of her house after a tornado struck the neighborhood of Villa de Fuente in Piedras Negras, Coahuila April 25, 2007. A tornado killed 10 people, injured at least 180 and left hundreds homeless when it struck along the U.S.-Mexico border overnight and cut a four-mile (6.4-km) swath of damage, officials said on Wednesday. Seven people were killed when the storm ripped through Eagle Pass, Texas, and three people died in Piedras Negras, Mexico, just across the Rio Grande. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
  •  - U.S. President Bush stands before monitors showing sections of U.S.-Mexico border during a briefing at Laredo Border Patrol Sector Headquarters in Laredo

    U.S. President Bush stands before monitors showing sections of U.S.-Mexico border during a briefing at Laredo Border Patrol Sector Headquarters in Laredo

    Posted: 6/7/2006 10:17:40 AM EST
    U.S. President George W. Bush stands before monitors showing sections of the U.S.-Mexico border during a briefing at the Laredo Border Patrol Sector Headquarters in Laredo, Texas June 6, 2006. Bush, hoping to sway conservatives skeptical about his proposed U.S. immigration overhaul, stressed his commitment to tougher border controls on Tuesday in a swing through New Mexico and Texas. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
  •  - US Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff speaks in Washington

    US Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff speaks in Washington

    Posted: 5/16/2006 11:39:55 AM EST
    U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff speaks during a briefing on U.S. President George W. Bush's immigration proposals at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington May 16, 2006. Bush on Monday declared the U.S.-Mexico border was broken and he would deploy up to 6,000 National Guard troops there, but he said millions of illegal immigrants should be given a chance to become citizens. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
  •  - A US Border Patrol agent checks the border fence in  San Diego

    A US Border Patrol agent checks the border fence in San Diego

    Posted: 5/16/2006 1:12:54 AM EST
    A United States Border Patrol agent checks the border fence for those attempting to cross from Tijuana, Mexico (R) to San Diego May 15, 2006. U.S. President George W. Bush on Monday declared the U.S.-Mexico border was broken and he would deploy up to 6,000 National Guard troops there, but he said millions of illegal immigrants should be given a chance to become citizens. REUTERS/Dave Gatley
  •  - US President Bush delivers address on immigration from the Oval Office

    US President Bush delivers address on immigration from the Oval Office

    Posted: 5/15/2006 8:37:54 PM EST
    U.S. President George W. Bush sits at his desk as he delivers an address to the nation from the Oval Office in Washington, May 15, 2006. Bush admitted the U.S.-Mexico border was broken on Monday and said he will deploy up to 6,000 National Guard troops there as he responded to mounting pressure from conservative allies to take tougher steps against illegal immigration. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst