Reporter’s Notebook: Entering the Season of Death at the Border
A deadly Border Patrol shooting, a binational group rejuvenating the desert, and the wall as a "modern-day cross," plus other observations and photos from a trip to the Douglas borderlands
At first it was a bit startling to see a man stumble onto the road in front of me. I was just south of Tombstone on Highway 80 in southern Arizona, cruising at about 60 miles an hour toward the border at Douglas. When the man appeared, I was listening to a podcast and staring out into the landscape,…
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