Alaska's attorney general working for the wrong state
February 7, 2024
The U.S.-Mexico border is a humanitarian disaster, with U.S. Border Patrol agents taking custody of upwards of 200,000 people a month trying to cross a line in the sand, river, desert shrubs or razor wire in search of a better life.
The numbers are staggering — for the burden it imposes on U.S. border cities, on federal agents, and on the immigrants caught up in the political war of a U.S. election year.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators worked hard to find solutions to tighten the border, only to watch as presidential candidate Donald Trump called on his fellow Republicans not to work...