- 'We are the market': Tillerson faults US for evils of Mexico's drug trade
If there was a single theme to emerge from today's second go at joint Cabinet-level meetings with the Mexican government, it came across stunningly loud and clear: That the real heart of Mexico's ongoing, bloody battle with hard drug production, organized crime and murder lies firmly in the United States.
- Trump pulls trigger for NAFTA talks
The Trump administration sent a letter to Congress which officially started a 90-day consultation period required before NAFTA negotiations with Canada and Mexico can begin.
- Mexican journalist killed in Sinaloa
Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas, who reported extensively on drug trafficking, was killed on Monday in Sinaloa, officials said. He is the fifth journalist to be killed in Mexico this year.
- Mexico Drug War Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the Mexican Drug War and learn more about how the Mexican government has been fighting against drug traffickers since December 2006.
- Mexico: 'We have a lot of alternatives'
Mexican officials touted two trips this week -- one to South America and one scheduled for China in the fall -- to explicitly send a message to the US ahead of NAFTA negotiations that Mexico has other alternatives on trade.
- Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles recalled
A New Jersey food company is recalling Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, frozen waffles and frozen French toast over fears of listeria contamination. Pinnacle Foods' voluntary recall issued Friday night affects products distributed in the United States and Mexico, and does not include Aunt Jemima dry mixes and syrups, the company said.
- In Mexico, ‘It’s Easy to Kill a Journalist’
The state of Veracruz is the hemisphere’s most dangerous place to be a reporter. The authorities seem ill equipped to stop attacks on the press, and in some cases appear entangled in them.
- Trump agrees 'not to terminate NAFTA at this time'
President Donald Trump told the leaders of Canada and Mexico Wednesday he was not immediately planning to end the North American Free Trade Agreement, a pact which he railed against as a candidate and as recently as last week declared was harmful to US workers.
- Trump's NAFTA is already running out of time
President Trump's trade team can't start negotiating until at least August. Mexico wants a deal done by early 2018 and it has elections in nearly a year. The window of time to renegotiate a new deal is getting narrower every day.
- Trump slaps first tariffs on Canadian lumber
The Trump administration is hitting Canada with stiff tariffs of up to 24% on lumber shipped into the United States. It's the first tariffs imposed by President Trump, who during his election campaign threatened to use them against imports from both China and Mexico.
- Sec. Kelly: Trump will 'be insistent' on funding border wall
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Saturday that he believes President Donald Trump "will be insistent" that lawmakers include money for a US-Mexico border wall in a spending bill that they need to pass by Friday to avoid a government shutdown.
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