Ken Ellingwood

Los Angeles Times

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Mexico City Correspondent, and former Jerusalem Correspondent, for the Los Angeles Times; author of Hard Line: Life and Death on the US-Mexico Border, about US government efforts to stem illegal immigration

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"Data from both sides of the border suggest that illegal immigration from Mexico is already in fast retreat."

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"Data from both sides of the border suggest that illegal immigration from Mexico is already in fast retreat."

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is  in Mexico 
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Mexico today to shore up relations with Mexican President Felipe Calderón at a time when US relations with Mexico have never been more…

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