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  • Hurricane Norbert dumps rain on Mexican Pacific, one man killed

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hurricane Norbert dumped heavy rain on parts of western Mexico on Thursday, causing the death of at least one man, as it churned north toward the Pacific beach resorts on the Baja California peninsula. Blowing sustained winds of...
  • Mushrooms have deep roots in Pennsylvania's demographics and history

    KENNETT SQUARE — More than a century after a Quaker florist spread spores he imported from England beneath greenhouse benches and sparked mushroom farming in southern Chester County, cultivation of the fertile fungi is a $500 million industry that...
  • Kia to open $1-billion auto factory in Mexico

    South Korean automaker Kia Motors Corp. will open a $1-billion auto plant in northern Mexico, President Enrique Peņa Nieto announced Wednesday. Kia will join other automakers rushing to build cars in Mexico, where low labor costs and extensive free...
  • 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...
  • Two of Mexico's oil export ports reopen after Dolly downgraded

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Two of Mexico's three main oil exporting ports in the Gulf of Mexico, Dos Bocas and Cayo Arcas, were reopened on Wednesday after major storm Dolly was downgraded, the country's communications and transport ministry said in a...
  • Tropical storm Dolly hits Mexico's northeast coast

    (Reuters) - Tropical storm Dolly lashed Mexico's northeast coast on Tuesday night, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said, bringing torrential rain and life threatening flash floods. Dolly was blowing maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour...
  • Architect Norman Foster and Carlos Slim's son-in-law win Mexico City airport design bid: source

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Renowned British architect Norman Foster and a son-in-law of Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim have won a design contract for a new $9.15 billion airport for Mexico City, a source familiar with the decision said on Tuesday. The source,...
  • Huge new airport is announced for Mexico's capital

    MEXICO CITY President Enrique Pena Nieto announced plans Tuesday to build a new airport in Mexico City that can handle four times the traffic of the existing one, the second busiest in Latin America. The new airport will have six runways and is projected...
  • Taking off on round-the-world trips (with teens, with dog)

    Taking off on round-the-world trips (with teens, with dog)
    SEATTLE Imagine packing up your life, getting on a motorcycle and traveling around the world. It sounds crazy and impossible, especially for adults saddled by a mortgage, a job and family obligations. But Seattle natives Mike and Shannon Mills and...
  • The looming immigration fight [Editorial]

    The looming immigration fight  [Editorial]
    The Department of Homeland Security reported recently that the flood of unaccompanied minors from Central America illegally crossing into the U.S. from Mexico has slowed to a trickle compared to just a few months ago. The reason? Mexican authorities, at...