At a one-of-a-kind exhibit in Arizona, a group of artists shows their responses to post-9-11 surveillance and the effects of increased U.S. security around the world.
Journalist Terry Greene Sterling is writer-in-residence at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, and a guest faculty member at The Poynter Institute. Her stories about the changing American West have appeared in numerous newspapers, magazines, and websites, including The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, High Country News and Arizona Highways. She's the author of Illegal: Life and Death in Arizona’s Immigration War Zone.
Bettles, Alaska has been a gateway for intrepid travelers who want to explore the pristine wilderness of the Arctic Circle. But now, they are on the front lines of global warming's effects.
The nine undocumented immigrants who tried to enter the U.S. may have sucker-punched immigration reform.
After more than two decades in prison for killing her son, an Arizona woman wins her appeal.
The number of children coming into the U.S. on their own is soaring, reports Terry Greene Sterling.
Teaming up with notorious Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the action hero is part of a ‘posse’ to protect schools in Phoenix. Terry Greene Sterling on the strange sideshow.