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  • Andrew Jackson and the making -- and taking -- of the American West

    Andrew Jackson and the making -- and taking -- of the American West
    Last year I drove the length of the U.S.-Mexico border with a few colleagues. We traveled west from the Gulf Coast, up the Rio Grande and over the Continental Divide. We ended near the Pacific shore, in sight of a stone obelisk from 1851 that marks the...
  • Nabisco plant worker asks Emanuel, Obama to save Chicago jobs

    Nabisco plant worker asks Emanuel, Obama to save Chicago jobs
    A worker at Chicago's Nabisco plant reached out to Mayor Rahm Emanuel and President Barack Obama on Friday, asking for their help to keep hundreds of jobs in Chicago rather than seeing the work go to Mexico. Last month, Mondelez International told union...
  • Mexico busts pot farm with over 72 metric tons of plants

    Mexican authorities say federal police have destroyed a marijuana plantation containing more than 72 metric tons of plants. The National Security Commission says in a statement that the plantation covered a little over 3 acres (about 13,500 square...
  • Judge may release of couple in money laundering case

    A couple accused of laundering millions of dollars for a Mexican drug cartel through a small Kansas bank may soon be free as they await trial. U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten told George and Agatha Enns of Meade, Kansas, during a detention hearing...
  • Mexico supreme court opens door to gay marriage nationwide

    Mexico's supreme court has ruled it is unconstitutional for Mexican states to bar same-sex marriages. But the court's ruling is considered a "jurisprudential thesis" and does not invalidate any state laws, meaning gay couples denied the right to wed...
  • Taxpayers' tab for Christie's foreign trips tops $120,000

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's recent foreign trips to the United Kingdom, Mexico and Canada cost New Jersey taxpayers nearly $124,000, his office says. The numbers, released by his office Friday evening, cover security and security-related...
  • Mexico cops find dismembered bodies of Russian mom, daughter

    Officials in the Mexican border state of Baja California say the dismembered bodies of a 45-year-old Russian woman and her 12-year-old daughter were found in a garage and they suspect a family member. The women's rotting bodies were found in plastic bags...
  • Incidents show rising use of personal water craft by human traffickers

    Incidents show rising use of personal water craft by human traffickers
    Two incidents this week at the U.S. border show one of the latest methods of smuggling people into this country without documentation: by personal water craft. Before dawn Thursday, Border Patrol agents found a 32-year-old Mexican national hiding...
  • Travel letters: A caution on Mexico's Yucatán

    Your Yucatán articles were fine, but any travel there should come with a warning ["Sweet Spots" by Jody Jaffe, May 31]. A few years ago I took my wife and kids to the Yucatán and traveled all over that peninsula on our own for about a month. (The Travel...
  • Mexico supreme court opens door to gay marriage nationwide

    Mexico's supreme court has ruled it is unconstitutional for Mexican states to bar same-sex marriages. But the court's ruling is considered a "jurisprudential thesis" and does not invalidate any state laws, meaning gay couples denied the right to wed...
  • Prosecutor says escaped killers used contractors' tools

    Prosecutor says escaped killers used contractors' tools
    The two killers who cut their way out of a maximum-security prison apparently used tools routinely stored there by contractors, taking care to return them to their toolboxes after each night's work so that no one would notice, a prosecutor said Sunday....