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Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby There's perilous little recognition in the US of how much of the rise in gang violence and drug wars, as well as much harsher economic conditions for ordinary people, is the direct result of Nafta. While the toll
It's all about Mexican meth and money Jerry Don Castleberry, 72, was convicted on drug trafficking charges this week in East Texas. His case epitomizes a major trend in criminal activity involving guns and drugs in Texas and other border states.
Twenty years after their countries signed a landmark regional trade agreement, the presidents of the United States, Mexico and Canada will meet this week to attempt to strengthen the economic ties envisioned in that pact, correct the omissions and
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law a sweeping reform that will allow private companies to drill for oil and gas, and end a seven-decade-long monopoly held by the state oil company. Mexican law previously restricted such work to
Top news about the Human trafficking in mexico : Latest news is that the mexico city authorities save 46 women in sex trafficking bust.they are used for the sex trafficking in the club.
A group of civil rights organizations have filed a judicial misconduct complaint against a sitting federal judge for racist and other inappropriate comments she allegedly made during a speech at the University of Pennsylvania Law School in
EDT, Fri May 3, 2013 (CNN) -- President Barack Obama said Friday he came to Mexico to break down stereotypes between the United States and its neighbor to the south. Speaking at the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, Obama said that too often the
Since it is April first, or April Fool's Day, I thought I might write a column stating that Pat Robertson had seen the light and become a humanist and supporter of gay rights. But, that was even less likely then an asteroid hitting
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In an interview with The Economist Mr Calderon, whose battle with organised crime has come to define his six years in office, said that countries whose citizens consume drugs should find "market mechanisms" to prevent their money from getting into