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22 States Count Mexico as Their No. 1 or No. 2 Export Market- New Report Released

22 States Count Mexico as Their No. 1 or No. 2 Export Market- New Report Released

Friday the New Policy Institute’s 21st Century Border Initiative released a major new report researched by The North American Center For Transborder Studies (NACTS) at Arizona State University, “Realizing the Value of our Cross Border Trade with Mexico." continue reading »

U.S. Anti-Drug Aid to Mexico is Part of “Shared Responsibility for the War on Drugs”

U.S. Anti-Drug Aid to Mexico is Part of “Shared Responsibility for the War on Drugs”

U.S. assistance to Mexico's battle against drug cartels "is not a handout" but rather an alliance against organized crime, Washington's envoy here said upon delivering a fourth Blackhawk helicopter as part of the Merida Initiative. continue reading »

Ambulance Ambushed in Mexico, Paramedics and Patients Shot and Killed

Ambulance Ambushed in Mexico, Paramedics and Patients Shot and Killed

An ambulance in Mexico was ambushed in Ciudad Juarez on Wednesday and all people inside the emergency vehicle were killed say police. It is being reported that unidentified continue reading »

Mexico’s Calderon Tries to Revive Narco-Ghost Town  (VIDEO)

Mexico’s Calderon Tries to Revive Narco-Ghost Town (VIDEO)

President Felipe Calderón traveled to Ciudad Mier to inaugurate a brand new Military base that he hopes will restore peace and order in the currently abandoned town. continue reading »

Professor at Hidalgo Polytechnic University Injured by Parcel Bomb

One professor received minor burns from a parcel-bomb sent to Hidalgo Polytechnic University, authorities told Efe Thursday. The incident occurred arou continue reading »

Mexico’s Tallest Cross Stands at More than 110 Feet

Mexico’s Tallest Cross Stands at More than 110 Feet

Catholic authorities in the southern state of Chiapas inaugurated Mexico's tallest cross, a 64-meter (210-foot) structure with the profile of Christ within it. continue reading »

Guinness World Record- Largest Nativity Scene in Mexico City

Guinness World Record- Largest Nativity Scene in Mexico City

Mexico City authorities have set up the Guinness-certified largest nativity scene in the world as part of their Christmas festivities. The nativity scene, which cost $2 million to create, was unveiled Wednesday by capital Mayor Marcelo Ebrard i continue reading »

Kalimba’s Cousin is a Murder Suspect & Rape Accuser Graces Playboy Cover (VIDEO)

Kalimba’s Cousin is a Murder Suspect & Rape Accuser Graces Playboy Cover (VIDEO)

Kalimba is back in the news after reports indicate that his cousin is a suspect in the murder of the singer’s aunt. Also, his former rape accuser is Playboy’s Miss December. continue reading »

Google Honors Diego Rivera With a Mural-Doodle on his 125th Birthday

Google Honors Diego Rivera With a Mural-Doodle on his 125th Birthday

Check out today’s neat Google-Doodle celebrating Diego Rivera, the great Mexican painter and muralist, influential communist leader and husband of Frida Kahlo. continue reading »

Mexico Condemned for Killing of Peace Activists in Country

Mexico Condemned for Killing of Peace Activists in Country

Two United Nations agencies have strongly condemned the recent murder of a Mexican peace activist and the attempted killing of the chief of a women’s rights organization continue reading »

Tamales a Tradition on Many Tables at Christmas

Tamales a Tradition on Many Tables at Christmas

Tamales have become a tradition for Hispanic families in the United States who unite in their preparation and never lack for them on their tables at Christmastime. continue reading »

Police Dismantle Ring Trying To Smuggle Gadhafi’s Son to Mexico

Police Dismantle Ring Trying To Smuggle Gadhafi’s Son to Mexico

A ring that was trying to smuggle Saadi Gadhafi, the son of late Libyan dictator Col. Moammar Gadhafi, and his family into Mexico has been dismantled, officials said Wednesday. continue reading »

BP Claiming After Gulf Oil Spill, Halliburton Destroyed Evidence

BP Claiming After Gulf Oil Spill, Halliburton Destroyed Evidence

BP Plc accused Halliburton of "intentionally" destroying evidence linked to the April 2010 explosion of a drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico that caused the worst oil spill in U.S. history. continue reading »

Mexican Candidate Defends His Lack of Knowledge About Popular Authors

Mexican Candidate Defends His Lack of Knowledge About Popular Authors

Enrique Peña Nieto, who polls show is the favorite to win Mexico's July 2012 presidential election, is defending himself after becoming the butt of jokes for being unable to identify the authors and titles of several books. continue reading »

Mexicans Vital to N. Carolina Christmas Tree Industry

Mexicans Vital to N. Carolina Christmas Tree Industry

The Christmas tree industry in North Carolina continues to depend on Mexican labor to keep alive the tradition of placing natural pine trees in homes for the holiday season. continue reading »