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The latest report details on what Ezekiel Elliott did in his six weeks off in Cabo, Mexico

This story is about Cowboys Published 7h This Story is About… Share This Story On… / Photo of Ezekiel Elliott training in Cabo from NBC Sports. By Kate Hairopoulos , Staff Writer Contact Kate Hairopoulos on Twitter: @khairopoulos OAKLAND —… Continue Reading →

2017: A year of record bloodshed and mayhem for Mexico

The formal deployment of the military comes nearly six years after Peña Nieto took office and set out to change the country’s narrative, from one of bloodshed to that of a nation on the brink of first-world status through a… Continue Reading →

Rising pessimism has Mexico exploring world of post-NAFTA possibilities

“There is no need for a Plan B,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in June, when asked what Canada would do if NAFTA renegotiations failed. Canada, Trudeau told the New York Times, was confident the free trade deal could be salvaged. That… Continue Reading →

Pipeline to Mexico

BROWNSVILLE — It’s hard to miss for those who have driven S.H. 48 in the vicinity of the Brownsville Ship Channel during the past several months: Valley Crossing Pipeline, currently under construction to supply fracked natural gas to Mexico from… Continue Reading →

NAFTA prospects through the lens of Mexico

Silently, deadlines linger. It’s handled in hypothesis, Tony Payan cautioned, but as July’s Mexican presidential election inches closer, the more complicated renegotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement could become. Payan, director of the Mexico Center at… Continue Reading →

Donations pour in to send deported man’s children to Mexico

CLOSE The four Owensboro children of a man recently deported to Mexico must immigrate to Mexico or they will enter American foster care. Jessie Higgins Buy Photo Diego gets an abundance of loving from Marrissiah Cuahua, 6, left, and her… Continue Reading →

Donations pour in to send deported man’s children to Mexico

CLOSE The four Owensboro children of a man recently deported to Mexico must immigrate to Mexico or they will enter American foster care. Jessie Higgins Buy Photo Diego gets an abundance of loving from Marrissiah Cuahua, 6, left, and her… Continue Reading →

Ex-union boss in Mexico moved from custody to house arrest

MEXICO CITY — The former head of Mexico’s powerful teachers union was transferred early Saturday from custody to house arrest while she fights a years-old legal case involving alleged money laundering, a move that prompted speculation about a possible political… Continue Reading →

State Department says it has begun tracking Mexico alcohol-related blackout incidents

Officials with the U.S. Department of State are now tracking reports of blackouts and injuries related to potentially tainted alcohol in Mexico and said Friday they have already received a dozen complaints. The agency has come under fire from lawmakers… Continue Reading →

Mexico Strengthens Military’s Role in Drug War, Outraging Critics

Unlike the rest of Latin America, where long military dictatorships have left indelible scars, Mexico has had civilian control over the armed forces for the past century as part of an unspoken agreement that allows officers latitude over the areas… Continue Reading →

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