Trump Seeks $18 Billion To Extend Border Wall Over 10 YearsA U.S. official with direct knowledge of the matter says Customs and Border Protection is calling for 316 miles of additional barrier by September 2027.
Mexican Forces Disarm Police In Capital of GuerreroPolice backed by Mexican army troops have disarmed local police in the capital of Guerrero after the discovery of the bodies of two men last seen in police custody.
At Least 12 Killed In Tourist Bus Crash In MexicoThe bus was carrying cruise ship passengers to the Mayan ruins at Chacchoben.
Detained By US, Mexican Journalist Fears Death If DeportedEmilio Gutierrez Soto fled to the United States a decade ago after articles he wrote alleging corruption in the Mexican military caused his name to land on a hit list.
Ford Shifts Production Of Electric SUV To MexicoFord said Thursday it now plans to make an electric SUV at its Cuatitlan, Mexico, factory.
Woman Dies After Liposuction Surgery In MexicoA Los Angeles woman who traveled to Mexico for liposuction surgery and went into a coma has died, according to her family.
Dodgers To Play First-Ever Regular Season Series In MexicoThe Dodgers and Padres will square off in Monterrey from May 4-6, 2018.
Same Artist Who Created 'Meet Kikito' Unveils New Art Installation At Border WallThe same artist that quickly went viral over a massive art installation at the U.S-Mexico border unveiled his latest work today.
6.1M Aftershock Hits Southern Mexico, Sways Buildings In Mexico CityIt was centered about 11 miles southeast of Matias Romero in the state of Oaxaca.
Frantic Search For Survivors In Wake Of Devastating Mexico QuakeThe death toll from Tuesday’s earthquake now stands at 217 people, but with as many as 44 buildings collapsed in the capital city, many more are feared dead.
Scores Killed As Buildings Crumble In Mexico QuakeThe U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles (123 kilometers) southeast of Mexico City.
Death Toll Rises After Magnitude-8.1 Quake Hits Southern MexicoAuthorities confirmed 32 people are dead after a powerful magnitude-8.1 earthquake shook Southern Mexico, bringing down buildings and triggering tsunami warnings.
Mexico, U.S., Canada Begin Second Round Of NAFTA TalksOfficials are expressing optimism despite U.S. President Donald Trump's suggestions he could withdraw his country from the 23-year-old trade pact.
State Department Issues New Travel Warning For Mexico Over Violence, Crime ThreatThe State Department said U.S. citizens have been the victims of violent crimes.
Scottish Brewery Building Craft Beer Bar Across US-Mexico BorderBrewDog says "The Bar on the Edge," built from old shipping containers, will make "a physical statement about collaboration and inclusivity," serving Mexican beers on the U.S. side and vice-versa.