LOS ANGELES TIMES: On the eve of the second round of talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexican officials have publicly signaled a tougher negotiating stance in the face of renewed threats from President Trump to scrap...
ASSOCIATED PRESS - While the economy in Texas has boomed over the last 20 years, along the border with Mexico about a half million people live in clusters of cinderblock dwellings, home-built shacks, dilapidated trailers and small houses. Texas has...
TEXAS MONTHLY - Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick dropped the façade Friday. It turns out that the Texas Republican leadership’s war on cities is not just about local taxes, anti-discrimination policies, or sanctuary cities. These policy battles are a partisan fight...
Trump officials open border to 15,000 more foreign workers THE WASHINGTON POST - The Department of Homeland Security on Monday announced a one-time increase of 15,000 additional visas for low-wage seasonal workers for the remainder of this fiscal year, a...
US, Mexico eye closer energy ties as NAFTA talks loom THE WASHINGTON POST — The United States and Mexico are looking to boost energy ties as the two countries prepare for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement,...
No need for full border wall, Trump says LOS ANGELES TIMES — President Trump, who made the building of a wall along the border with Mexico a central promise of his campaign, significantly scaled back the pledge Thursday. "You don't...
Rick Perry to travel to Mexico for energy talks WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Energy Secretary Rick Perry is scheduled to travel to Mexico this week to discuss renewed energy cooperation and energy reforms in the United States' southern neighbor. The Energy Department...
Drones, Self-Driving Bots With Artificial Intelligence May Help Secure US Borders NEW DELHI TELEVISION — Scientists in the US are developing a system of robotic drones and land vehicles integrated with artificial intelligence that may help security forces better monitor the...
U.S. homeland security chief talks drug crackdown with Mexican President STRAITS TIMES - US Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly met Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday (July 5) to discuss the countries' joint fight against drug cartels, officials...
Can Mexico save its journalists? BBC NEWS — One was killed while resting in a hammock at a carwash. A second was dragged from his car and shot dead near the newspaper he had co-founded. When another was killed in front...

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