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  • Fueling drug gangs' impunity, unidentified corpses pile up in Mexico

    MAZATLAN Mexico (Reuters) - In Mexico's blood-soaked northern state of Sinaloa, a simple gravestone adorned with pink, blue and yellow plastic flowers marks the tomb of 42-year-old assistant carpenter Carlos Montano. But Montano is alive and well in...
  • Congress, vacation's over

    Congress, vacation's over
    For many of us, September brings renewed optimism and a return to productivity. What does it mean in Washington? Through a summer of political and global crises, we've looked for congressional action and presidential involvement — and looked and...
  • Two Cuban migrants dead, eight missing at sea, survivors say

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Two Cuban migrants died and as many as eight more are missing after a three-week odyssey at sea, according to relatives of 15 badly sunburned and dehydrated survivors of a boat rescued by the Mexican Navy this week. The Cubans, who face...
  • N.J. Gov. Christie says U.S. should end limits on crude exports

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The United States should scrap its long-standing restrictions on crude oil exports, one of the top Republican prospects for the 2016 presidential race said on Wednesday. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said the crude export ban...
  • In Mexico, Christie encourages investment in North American energy

    MEXICO CITY New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie flew south of the border Wednesday to pitch the Garden State to a country that is one of its largest trading partners. But by meeting with diplomatic officials, addressing Mexican business leaders, and...
  • Charles Bowden dies at 69; writer chronicled border drug violence

    Charles Bowden, a chronicler of the Southwest who started as a nature writer but became known for his gritty yet lyrical nonfiction narratives of drug violence and hopelessness on the U.S.-Mexico border, has died. He was 69. Bowden, who had been...
  • Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on L.A. visit

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto kicked off a two-day tour of California with a speech to Mexican immigrants in Los Angeles on Monday in which he pledged to make life better for his countrymen living on both sides of the border. Pledging reduced...
  • Lawmakers praise Mexican president's message of cooperation

    Lawmakers praise Mexican president's message of cooperation
    Lawmakers from both parties praised Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's message of economic and political partnership between California and Mexico after the president's address Tuesday to a joint session of the Legislature. State Sen. Kevin de...
  • Making wagonloads of money in pre-Civil War Independence

    "Merchants of Independence: International Trade on the Santa Fe Trail, 1827-1860" by William Patrick O'Brien; Truman State University Press (224 pages, $34.95) Out in Independence, Missouri, the ornamental wagon wheel can still be seen in a few front...
  • Supporters of ex-Marine jailed in Mexico should get facts straight

    Supporters of ex-Marine jailed in Mexico should get facts straight
    It's probably nice for the morale of former Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi that some California legislators are trying to take his case directly to the Mexican president, who is visiting Sacramento this week. But I fail to see how their actions will...
  • Mountains, border, mix of cultures draw tourists to El Paso

    The craziest things get swirled together in El Paso, Texas horned lizards and chihuahuas, baseball diamonds and city offices, tiny shops selling pants designed to "lift your butt" and sprawling stores stuffed with cowboy boots. That's the border, and...