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  • US border officials seize $1M in heroin in Arizona

  • DOUGLAS, Ariz. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials in Arizona say they have frustrated an attempt to smuggle more than 37 pounds of heroin worth more than $1 million into the United States. The agency says the bust took place Friday at the Douglas crossing on the border with Mexico. CBP officers said Wednesday...
  • Immigration rhetoric may have caused spike in premature births

  • Heated rhetoric about immigration during the presidential campaign may have caused a rise in premature births among foreign-born Hispanic women in the city, according to a city Health Department report. The rate among mothers born in Mexico and Central America rose from 7.3 percent in the Sept. 1, 2015-through-July 21, 2016 period, to 8.4 percent...
  • MTV’s ‘The Real World’ is being rebooted

  • MTV’s long-running reality show “The Real World” is going digital and international. The network announced Wednesday that its production studio will work with Facebook Watch to create new editions of the series next year for audiences in the United States, Mexico and Thailand. The series, which depicts the adventures of young strangers placed in a...
  • Preserving Ancient Flavors of Mexico

  • Mexico's Zapotecs are an indigenous community living in Oaxaca, Mexico. Before Spanish colonization, Zapotecan civilization was a thriving epicenter of food, culture and tradition. Today, chef Abigail Mendoza is on a mission to keep those traditions alive by cooking the food of her ancestors. All the dishes she cooks—including pre-hispanic mole, stuffed chiles with Oaxaca cheese and atole—are made using ancient techniques. Recognized by the world’s best chefs for her dishes, she hopes to keep the food of her ancestors alive and thriving. This Great Big Story was inspired by Genesis.
  • House withstood a historic hurricane

  • Russell King and Dr. Lebron Lackey, the homeowners of one of the few houses left standing in Mexico Beach, Florida, following Hurricane Michael, say when they built their home they kept asking themselves what would survive "The Big One."
  • Accusations flying between married MLS star and transgender model

  • Los Angeles FC star Carlos Vela has issued an angry denial after being accused of propositioning a transgender model. The Mexico striker, 29, has played for some of Europe’s biggest clubs, including Arsenal, in England. Vela is now at the center of a storm in his home country after model Alejandra Salinas posted a supposed...
  • The house that withstood a historic hurricane

  • Russell King and Dr. Lebron Lackey, the homeowners of one of the few houses left standing in Mexico Beach, Florida, following Hurricane Michael, say when they built their home they kept asking themselves what would survive "The Big One."
  • Mexico's Lopez Obrador pushes Big Oil to hurry, but offers little

  • At his first meeting with foreign oil majors, Mexico's leftist president-elect pushed the companies to prove themselves by quickly pumping oil from recent finds, sources say, but gave no sign of offering up new fields to reverse dwindling output. President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador repeated a promise to respect more than 100 existing contracts awarded following a sweeping five-year-old energy overhaul
  • United States seeking Mexican steel export quotas: negotiator

  • The United States is seeking to impose quotas on Mexican steel exports as part of a negotiation to remove metals tariffs, the chief trade negotiator of Mexico's incoming government said on Monday, adding the issue needed to be resolved within weeks.
  • CORRECTED-EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil and Mexico FX firm on dollar dip, stocks gain

  • Brazil and Mexican currencies firmed against a weaker dollar on Monday, and their stock markets rose, bucking a decline in other emerging market counterparts. U.S. stocks ended lower in a choppy trading session, dragged down by technology stocks amid lingering worries over interest rates and corporate earnings, while the dollar dropped on U.S. retail sales for Septembe
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