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Mexico

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  • Mexico plan to expand energy sector passes final hurdle

    MEXICO CITY Mexico's plan to radically expand its energy sector passed its final legislative hurdle Wednesday, leaving behind 76 years of state monopoly for an uncertain future driven by competition. The Mexican Senate voted 90-27 to pass the so-called...
  • The real border problem and what we must do

    The faces of frightened young children huddling together just inside our border are heartrending. Texas Gov. Rick Perry has the right attitude. Enough talk. Let's act. Merely deploying National Guard units underscores the pressing need for a national...
  • Brown, Mexican officials sign pacts on higher education, energy

    Gov. Jerry Brown, on the third day of his trade mission here, signed two more agreements with Mexican officials on Tuesday. The first, which was inked at the University of California's headquarters in Mexico City, is aimed at increasing collaboration in...
  • In Mexico, Gov. Brown has plenty to say about immigration crisis

    On Tuesday morning Gov.Jerry Brown was sitting in the second row of an armored, dark-blue sport utility vehicle as it hurtled toward the next stop of his four-day trade mission. He was clutching a paper cup of coffee that overflowed onto his hand and...
  • Weston family fights on for Marine Corps reservist jailed in Mexico

    Weston family fights on for Marine Corps reservist jailed in Mexico
    Surviving a roadside bomb and two concussions while serving two combat tours in Afghanistan are not the biggest challenges that Marine Corps Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi has faced. "He would say that being in a Mexican prison is his most torturous...
  • Officials explore Mexico business prospects with help from Gov. Brown

    When the average Mexican family visits California, they probably hop in a car for a jaunt across the border. But California tourism officials who traveled here with Gov. Jerry Brown this week have their sights set on a more high-flying clientele. They...
  • Border drones and labor-bots: Alex Rivera's prescient 'Sleep Dealer'

    Border drones and labor-bots: Alex Rivera's prescient 'Sleep Dealer'
    Filmmaker Alex Rivera had the idea for his sci-fi movie "Sleep Dealer" back in 1997. At the time, he envisioned a future in which wars were fought via drone, the water supply was privatized by corporations and eager young workers at the Mexican border...
  • Gov. Brown knows better than to let lobbyists pay for his Mexico trip

    Gov. Jerry Brown is on a four-day trip to Mexico City to talk to government officials there about trade and immigration issues. That's a reasonable thing for a California governor to do. Brown is not traveling alone: Nine administration officials and 15...
  • Rick Perry on border troops: 'The price of inaction is too high'

    Rick Perry on border troops: 'The price of inaction is too high'
    Texas Governor Rick Perry said on Monday he planned to send 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Mexican border to boost security during an influx of illegal immigration by children, a move that could increase pressure on President Barack Obama....
  • Gov. Brown's Mexico trip provides business, lobbying opportunities

    Gov. Brown's Mexico trip provides business, lobbying opportunities
    Gov. Jerry Brown's visit to this sprawling metropolis has all the hallmarks of an official state visit. He'll sign agreements with foreign officials, encourage businesses to invest in California and perhaps tour some of the city's cultural landmarks. In...
  • Part of surge across U.S. border, girl travels from Guatemala to Maryland

    Part of surge across U.S. border, girl travels from Guatemala to Maryland
    Surrounded by strangers in a dusty border town just south of the United States, 17-year-old Hilda Lopez bowed her head to pray — a rare moment of peace in a journey that had allowed little time for reflection. Since leaving Guatemala three weeks...