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Hundreds of migrants cross Arizona border after 'several busloads' dropped off in Mexico

(CNN)In the early morning hours Thursday, several busloads of migrants were dropped off on Highway 2 in Mexico, just south of the Arizona border. "They walked about 100 yards, climbed under and over the vehicle barrier that is the only infrastructure in that area and agents were called in to make th


Democrats throw spotlight on Trump's troop deployment to U.S.-Mexico border

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the Pentagon weighs new troop deployments to the U.S.-Mexico border, Democrats in Congress are poised to usher in unprecedented scrutiny of a politically charged mission championed by Republican President Donald Trump.


General Motors Now Leads Car Production In Mexico

GM is now the top auto producer in Mexico, dealerships see the writing on the wall, the SEC is having a look at Nissan, and Amtrak is still screwed. All of this and more in The Morning Shift for Monday, Jan. 28, 2018.


Migrant detained at US-Mexico border had flesh-eating bacteria, Border Patrol says

A man among a group of migrants detained in a desolate part of New Mexico near the Mexican border has a flesh-eating bacteria. The man was taken to a hospital recently after telling a federal agent that he had a growing rash on his leg, Border Patrol spokesman Carlos Antunez said Friday.


Steve Forbes: Passing US/Mexico/Canada Deal would bring big benefits to our economy and prove THIS

Outside of the ongoing debate over the government shutdown, Congress should act as soon as possible to approve the renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), now rebranded as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). This deal is a win-win for American workers, manufacturers


Woman warns others after nightmare weight loss surgery in Mexico

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah woman is sharing how a weight loss surgery in Mexico turned into a medical nightmare. Justine Rodriguez said she underwent gastric sleeve surgery in Tijuana in 2016. She said her insurance wouldn't cover weight loss surgery.


Woman arrested, nearly $1 million seized during search at Texas-Mexico border

Officers arrested a woman and seized nearly $1 million hidden in a car during a stop Friday at the Texas border with Mexico. A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer stopped a 20-year-old woman driving a 2010 Nissan Maxima as she was headed out of the country at the Juarez-Lincoln Bridge.


Mexico stands with migrants. The new U.S. asylum policy must respect their rights.

Roberto Velasco Alvarez is the spokesman of the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs. Mexico is adopting a new migratory framework in line with the solidarity that has always characterized our foreign policy. Our new policies rely on a comprehensive vision to understand migration and all its reper


A Bolaño Novel About Young Poets in Mexico City, Hungry for Fame, Sex and Adventure. No, Not That One.

It’s sometime in the early 1970s, and a blond, lanky, 17-year-old poet named Jan Schrella is writing a fan letter to one of his literary heroes, Ursula K. Le Guin, describing his living situation. “I was born in Chile, but now I live on a rooftop in Mexico City, with views of incredible sunrises,” h


Spokane Border Patrol agents arrest ex-police officer from Mexico

OTHELLO, Wash. — Spokane Border Patrol agents arrested a man living in Othello who was illegally in the United States and had prior arrests for homicide and drug possession, according to spokesperson Bill Kingsford.


Candida Höfer's In Mexico photographs capture 600 years of architecture

From decorative Baroque churches to shadowy nooks, Mexico's architectural history is presented in this image set by German photographer Candida Höfer, which will be exhibited in Sean Kelly's New York gallery.


Reverse Migrant Caravan, as Americans Flood Into Mexico For Dental Care

A “reverse migrant caravan” of Americans travel every day into Mexico for affordable health care. According to a report from TruthOut, thousands of Americans cross the border every day into Mexico to access affordable dental care in the Mexican city of Los Algodones. Most of the medical tourists pas


When it comes to border security, Democrats can learn from Mexico

The Mexican government is currently doing more to combat illegal immigration into the United States than the entire Democratic Party put together. While the Democrats continue to pretend the crisis on our southern border is imaginary, Mexico is heavily investing in border security in anticipation of


Fugitive Chiropractor From Sonoma County Captured in Mexico

A Santa Rosa chiropractor who fled the country nearly two years ago after being convicted of groping eight of his female patients has been captured in Mexico. KPIX-TV reports Daryoush Bunyad was arrested by U.S. marshals on Thursday in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. He has been returned to California.


A ‘Love Letter’ to Mexico’s Radical, Queer Culture in the ‘80s

Film critic Manuel Betancourt says Sundance film "This Is Not Berlin" is "an intoxicating snapshot of Mexico’s countercultural scene in the late 80s." The opening scene of Hari Sama’s This Is Not Berlin (Esto no es Berlin) is a portrait of toxic masculinity. A group of young boys are fighting one an


Futura pairs pink and blue at Mexico City coffee shop Motín

Creative agency Futura has decorated a cafe in Mexico City using cobalt and pink surfaces, and designed playful branding to match. Motín is a brightly coloured cafe in the Mexican capital's Colonia Roma – a trendy neighbourhood known for its culinary and art scenes.


Mexico says implementing measures to boost Pemex finances

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s finance ministry said on Monday that it will implement measures to strengthen the finances and boost the production of state oil firm Pemex, specifically by increasing the limit on deductions for costs related to extraction and exploration.


Death toll rises to 115 in Mexico pipeline fire

Mexican officials say the death toll from a fire at an illegally tapped pipeline more than a week ago has risen to 115. Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer said Monday that there are still 32 injured.


The Latest: Colombia doesn’t know why Bolton had troops note

The latest on the political crisis in Venezuela (all times local):. Colombia's foreign minister says his government doesn't know why U.S. national security adviser John Bolton had "5,000 troops to Colombia" written on a notepad he held during a news conference announcing new Venezuela sanctions.


US to begin sending asylum seekers to Mexico for duration of immigration proceedings

Washington (CNN)The Trump administration will begin sending some asylum seekers at the southern border back to Mexico on Friday, according to a Department of Homeland Security official.