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Southeastern New Mexico DA's office faces budget crisis
ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) - A district attorney's office in southeastern New Mexico is facing a budget crisis and will cut cutting personnel. The Roswell Daily Record reports ( Fifth Judicial District Court District Attorney Diana Luce said last week her office has asked the Legislature for a 1.5 percent budget ...
1 points by The Washington Times | United States Separation of powers New Mexico Roswell New Mexico Cut Democracy Lawyer Mexico
Don’t miss this: La Fiesta at Boulder County Fairgrounds
Organizers of the 15th annual La Fiesta at Boulder County Fairgrounds hope the multilingual event will foster understanding among immigrant and native-born communities, with diverse food trucks, drinks, live music and dancing.
19 points by The Denver Post | Mexico 14 Music Performance Concert Boulder County Colorado Popular culture Culture
Flooding rains lash Mexico's Pacific coast
Heavy downpours cause floods in southwest Mexico ahead of the arrival of a strengthening tropical storm.
53 points by Al Jazeera English | Mexico Tropical cyclone Pacific Ocean Weather New Zealand Flood Baja California peninsula Storm
Mexico's new finance minister spurns Donald Trump
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's new finance minister on Thursday delivered a stern reproach to Donald Trump, saying the only thing he agreed on with the U.S. Republican presidential candidate was that his predecessor in the ministry was an excellent public servant.
40 points by Reuters | Reuters Mexico City President of the United States Thomson Reuters Investment News agency Mexico United States
Conference committee tries to break oil spill deadlock
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A conference committee will make a last-ditch effort to break a legislative deadlock on how to use Alabama's settlement money from the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The committee will meet Wednesday morning to try to broker an agreeable compromise between sharply divided ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Alabama Legislatures Gulf of Mexico Florida United States Senate Mexico Mississippi Montgomery Alabama
Authorities seeking student remains find 'items of interest'
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say "items of interest" have been found by authorities digging for the remains of a California college student who vanished in 1996. FBI agents and local sheriff's deputies have been excavating a site near a concrete letter "P'' on the edge of California ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | United States California Polytechnic State University California State Route 1 Mexico 2000s British television series California Sheriff Federal Bureau of Investigation
Haitian influx continues through Tijuana, straining shelters
With the city’s shelters full, migrant advocates in Tijuana say they are in crisis mode — and calling for more government help in coping with large numbers of Mexicans, Haitians, and others petitioning for entrance to the United States. “People are waiting in the streets,” Father Patrick Murphy,...
191 points by Los Angeles Times | United States Gil Kerlikowske U.S. Customs and Border Protection San Diego Saudi Arabia Mexico New York City Tijuana
Trump praises Mexican official whose resignation he cheered
Campaign 2016 updates: Gary Johnson wonders what Aleppo is Sept. 8, 2016, 2:35 p.m. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaign in swing states after their town hall on military issues. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson is widely mocked after asking, "What is Aleppo?"Voters are finding it harder than...
17 points by Los Angeles Times | United States Mexico Donald Trump President of the United States Head of state Mexican–American War Presidential system Ivana Trump
Virginia Tech to test Chipotle drone-delivery program
The program is being described as the most ambitious drove delivery program in the U.S.
661 points by Daily News | Technology Jim Halpert Milk Mexican cuisine Angela Martin Mexico
Tourists haven’t managed to trash these amazing ancient ruins
Have you ever imagined what it might be like to visit one of the world’s most amazing historical sites with no other tourists, and have it all to yourself? A private tour of the Parthenon in Athens, perhaps, where there are no ropes stopping you from venturing inside? Or maybe an early morning walk around...
6 points by New York Post | Maya civilization Egyptian pyramids Great Pyramid of Giza Primate Atelidae Quintana Roo Mexico Atelinae
Hispanic growth rate in U.S. lowest on record
Hispanic population living in America is growing at the slowest rate since record-keeping began nearly 50 years ago.       
-1 points by USA Today | Immigration to the United States Immigration Population Illegal immigration United States Mexico California Human migration
Turner to lead trade trip to Cuba
With a nonstop flight to Cuba coming to Bush Intercontinental Airport in late November, Mayor Sylvester Turner is leading a trade mission to the island nation later this month.
-1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Houston Texas City George Bush Intercontinental Airport Greater Houston Continental Airlines Political geography Mexico
Hurricane Newton’s rain poses threat to New Mexico, Arizona
Hurricane Newton swept onto the Gulf of California after slamming the resorts of southern Baja and headed on a path expected to take it to the Mexican mainland by Wednesday morning and then on to the U.S. border with potentially dangerous rains for Arizona and New Mexico.
42 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Tropical cyclone Cabo San Lucas Mexico Baja California Sur Gulf of California Wind Rain Baja California peninsula
Toronto: Warner Bros., Memento Board Santiago Mitre’s Ricardo Darin Starrer ‘The Summit’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired distribution rights to Latin America and Spain on Ricardo Darin starrer “La Cordillera” (The Summit) from Argentina’s K & S, which also lead produced “Wild Tales” and Pablo Trapero’s “The Clan.” France’s Memento Films has boarded “The Summit” as a co-producer and its French distributor. Directed by Cannes’ 2015 Critics’ Week... Read more »
-1 points by Variety | Argentina Spain Buenos Aires Alejandro González Iñárritu Mexico Latin America Chile Spanish language
How to get burritos delivered to your office every week by a virtual food truck
Maybe you don’t have a cafeteria in your office. Maybe you just don’t have the ingredients for a stellar breakfast burrito in your fridge. Or maybe the thought of getting up to cook your own breakfast burrito makes you want to crawl back into bed. Whatever your reason for not having a burrito in...
192 points by Los Angeles Times | New Mexican cuisine Mexican cuisine Cuisine of the Southwestern United States Mexico Tortilla Burrito Los Angeles Chorizo
Mexico's New Finance Minister Inherits Tight Budget Goals
José Antonio Meade has the task of presenting Congress with a budget proposal for 2017 that will slash government spending to confront further declines in oil revenue and rein in growing public debt.
6 points by The Wall Street Journal | United States public debt Tax Federal government of the United States President of the United States Petroleum Corporate finance Mexico Rein
Hurricane Newton slams into Mexico’s Los Cabos resorts
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — Hurricane Newton slammed into the twin resorts of Los Cabos on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula Tuesday morning, knocking out power in some places as stranded tourists huddled in their hotels.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Cabo San Lucas Baja California Sur Mexico Gulf of California Baja California peninsula Tropical cyclone Baja California San José del Cabo
Altidore scores twice, US advances with 4-0 win over T&T
Jozy leads U.S.Jozy Altidore scored twice in a three-minute span, Sacha Kljestan and Paul Arriola had goals and the United States beat Trinidad and Tobago 4-0 on Tuesday night to reach the final round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.The Americans finished atop Group C of the semifinal round in...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Caribbean United States United States men's national soccer team North America Christopher Columbus Mexico Americas Latin America
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Cabo San Lucas Baja California peninsula Baja California Sur Gulf of California San José del Cabo Mexico Los Cabos Cabo San Lucas International Airport
U.S.-born baby found dead at empty lot in Tijuana; authorities seek clues
Authorities in Baja California are investigating the death of a 7-month-old U.S.-born infant whose corpse was found in an empty lot in Tijuana last week. Investigators with the Baja California attorney general’s office have been questioning the child’s 20-year-old mother, who is a U.S. citizen,...
8 points by Los Angeles Times | Mexico California Pacific Ocean San Diego Baja California San Diego County California United States Baja California peninsula
5 things you need to know Wednesday
The biggest news to start your day.       
-1 points by USA Today | Tropical cyclone Flood Rio de Janeiro Flash flood Mexico Southwestern United States Huayco Baja California peninsula
Fans mourn Juan Gabriel and the memories he infused
Nohely Chavez and Laura Tejeda never met Juan Gabriel, but the famed Mexican singer was an abiding voice in the lives of the two cousins from East Los Angeles.  For Tejeda, Juan Gabriel’s songs of heartache blared on the radio during long car trips, the dial tuned to KLOVE, a Spanish-language radio...
43 points by Los Angeles Times | Mexico Love Ciudad Juárez Rose Palacio de Bellas Artes History of Mexico
Hurricane Newton hits Mexico, still a flood threat for U.S. Southwest
Hurricane Newton roared into Mexico's Baja Peninsula on Tuesday morning with winds of 90 mph, forcing tourists in resorts at Cabo San Lucas ...       
163 points by USA Today | Tropical cyclone Cabo San Lucas Flood Tornado Baja California Sur Mexico Storm Baja California peninsula
Texas teachers slam Mexican-American textbook for factual errors, racism
The Texas Board of Education is due to vote soon on its textbook selections, and one for Mexican-American studies has incensed teachers. They accuse its authors of racism and factual errors. Now they want it rejected entirely. Read Full Article at
179 points by Russia Today | United States Mexican American Mexico Indigenous peoples of the Americas Colonialism Mexican people American Revolution United States Declaration of Independence
Trump says Mexican official's resignation shows his visit was successful
"The people that arranged the trip in Mexico have been forced out of government. That’s how well we did.”
206 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States Mexico Ernesto Zedillo United States Democratic Party George W. Bush United States House of Representatives Barack Obama
Donald Trump's thoroughly strange claim about his Mexico visit
Trump suggests he intended to shake up Mexico's government. Wait — what?
930 points by The Washington Post | United States Mexico President of Mexico Donald Trump President of the United States Mexico City Hillary Rodham Clinton Humid subtropical climate
New Mexico activates emergency operations over Newton storm
Andrew V. PestanoALBUQUERQUE, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez activated the state's Emergency Operations Center to prepare for possible flooding caused by post-tropical cyclone Newton.
4 points by UPI | Tropical cyclone Rain Precipitation Cyclone Storm Mexico National Hurricane Center Arizona
Mexico finance secretary resigns after Trump visit
MEXICO CITY — One of President Enrique Pena Nieto's closest advisers and confidants, Finance Secretary Luis Videgaray, has resigned, in a move observers said was linked to the unpopular decision to invite Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to visit Mexico.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States President North American Free Trade Agreement United States Cabinet State of Mexico Mexico Donald Trump United States Department of the Treasury
Mexico's finance secretary resigns after Trump visit
MEXICO CITY — One of President Enrique Pena Nieto's closest advisers and confidants, Finance Secretary Luis Videgaray, has resigned in a move seen as linked to the unpopular decision to invite Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to visit Mexico.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States President North American Free Trade Agreement State of Mexico Bill Clinton United States Cabinet Mexico Mexican–American War
Weakened Newton brings rain, humidity to Southwest
PHOENIX — Less intense remnants of Tropical Storm Newton brought rain, powerful winds and uncharacteristically high humidity to desert cities in Arizona on Wednesday after pummeling the Mexican resort city of Cabo San Lucas and killing four people.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Tropical cyclone Cabo San Lucas Mexico Baja California Sur Storm Wind Gulf of California Precipitation
Newton brings rain, cooler temps to Southwest
PHOENIX (AP) — Less intense remnants of Newton brought rain and cooler temperatures to Southwest Wednesday as the tropical storm crossed the border from Mexico into southern Arizona.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Cabo San Lucas Tropical cyclone Mexico Baja California peninsula Baja California Sur Gulf of California Baja California Thunderstorm
GTA-level violence: Police helicopter shot down during raid on Mexico cartel
Suspected members of a criminal cell brought down a patrol helicopter during a police operation in the southwestern Mexican town of Apatzingan. A pilot and four officers lost their lives in a showdown with the mobsters, the state’s governor wrote. Read Full Article at
122 points by Russia Today | Crime Police Gang Illegal drug trade Mexico Organized crime Knights Templar Los Angeles
Mexico's treasury minister out after Trump visit
The minister had suggested the controversial meeting with Peña Nieto, Mexican media said.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Mexico City Mexico President of the United States President of Mexico Porfirio Díaz United States President Mexican–American War
Police chopper downed in drug hotspot
Three police officers and a helicopter pilot were killed Tuesday when criminals downed the aircraft in the state of Michoacan in southwestern Mexico, the state governor said in a tweet.
2625 points by CNN | Police Mexican Drug War Michoacán Mexico Crime Minister-President Positions of authority Criminal justice
Mexico's treasury minister resigns after Trump visit with president
The minister had suggested the controversial meeting with Peña Nieto, Mexican media said.       
140 points by USA Today | President of the United States Mexico City Mexico President United States Mexican–American War President of Mexico Bill Clinton
120-foot-long escape tunnel found under Mexican prison
Mexican authorities said they found a long escape tunnel beneath a prison in Tamaulipas that likely took many months to dig.
-1 points by UPI | United States United Press International Escape Mexico Mexican Drug War Ciudad Victoria Hip hop music
Gulf of Mexico waters are freakishly warm, which could fuel strong spring storms
Water temperatures at the surface of the Gulf of Mexico and near south Florida are on fire. They spurred a historically warm winter from Houston to Miami and could fuel intense thunderstorms in the spring from the South to the Plains. In the Gulf, the average sea surface temperature never fell...
2 points by Chicago Tribune | Tropical cyclone Thunderstorm Florida Sea surface temperature Wind Tornado Severe weather Mexico
With shrinking margin for error, U.S. prepares to face Honduras in World Cup qualifier
SAN JOSE, Calif. – It’s still mighty early in the chase for a 2018 World Cup berth, months of matches, corrections and continental treks ahead. History tells us that the United States will qualify for next year’s soccer extravaganza and, depending on pairings and performance, cope just fine against...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | United States men's national soccer team United States Mexico FIFA World Cup Latin America Germany national football team Association football Germany
20 candidates in L.A.'s congressional race spoke at a forum Wednesday. Here's how they described themselves in one word
Essential Politics: Gov. Jerry Brown visits Washington, D.C., Schwarzenegger blasts Trump's approval ratings March 23, 2017, 7 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Gov. Jerry Brown is in Washington, D.C.,...
2 points by Los Angeles Times | United States Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger United States Congress Federal government of the United States Los Angeles Lakers 1984 Summer Olympics Mexico
Woman accused of fleeing with her children to Mexico now in custody
A woman who fled to Mexico in January with her three small children in tow was in the Harris County Jail Thursday where she has been charged with aggravated kidnapping.
2 points by The Houston Chronicle | United States Mexico Gulf of Mexico Child abuse Crime United States Marshals Service Family Houston
OPEC out of moves as Goldman Sachs expects another oil glut in 2018
Oil prices are heading down again on swelling US crude oil inventories, with Brent dropping below $50 per barrel for the first time this year. Read Full Article at
-1 points by Russia Today | OPEC Petroleum Goldman Sachs Peak oil Marketing Mexico Stability Subprime mortgage crisis
Rectum reconstruction required after bull impales matador (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
A Mexican matador failed to take the bull by the horns instead finding himself gored in a very uncomfortable place. Antonio Romero required reconstructive rectum surgery after an incident which saw a 12-inch bull horn pierce him from behind. Read Full Article at
-1 points by Russia Today | Mexico Bullfighting Mexico City Hospital Surgery Torero Injury The Kill
Another Mexican journalist has been killed — the third one this month
Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach spent her final days documenting murders. She reported on the six people killed in a single night in her home state of Chihuahua, and on the assassination of a well-known environment activist there. She wrote about the discovery of clandestine graves, about several...
-1 points by Los Angeles Times | Mexico City Mexico Murder Political divisions of Mexico Ciudad Juárez Mexican Revolution Veracruz Mexican Drug War
Mexico spends heavily to help deported migrants at the border
The government of President Enrique Peña Nieto has renewed efforts to facilitate the arrival at the border of deported Mexicans.       
-1 points by USA Today | United States Mexico Spain Gulf of Mexico Immigration President of Mexico International Monetary Fund Gadsden Purchase
Mexico ready to 'step away from NAFTA'

-1 points by CNN | Dow Jones Industrial Average Dow Jones & Company Mexico Dow Jones Indexes Charles Dow International trade United States Trademark
Bogota blast by bullfighting ring injures 31
An explosion Sunday near the Santamaria bullfighting ring in downtown Bogota, Colombia, injured at least 31 people, many of them policemen, according to reports.
8 points by CNN | Colombia Ecuador Bullfighting Bullring Mexico City Mexico Government of Colombia Alternative Democratic Pole
Aaron Carter attacked over perceived racial slur
It wasn't a party for Aaron on Friday night.
375 points by Daily News | Aaron Carter Racism Race Backstreet Boys Urban Dictionary Race Mexico Nick Carter
Mexicans build ‘human wall’ in defiance of Trump's hostile rhetoric (VIDEO)
A ‘human wall’ of over 800 students was formed along the border between Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, in a show of solidarity against US President Donald Trump's anti-Mexican rhetoric. Read Full Article at
1651 points by Russia Today | Mexico United States Ciudad Juárez President of the United States Mexico City Immigration to the United States Mexican Revolution New Mexico
And in this corner: The 'Donald Trump' Mexicans love to hate
It's fight night in Arena Mexico, and the red and green stands are packed with fans. Some wear the masks of their favorite wrestling idols, while others play drums and noisemakers ringside.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Barack Obama Mexico President of the United States Mexico City Lucha libre Bill Clinton Professional wrestling United States
Biologists find weird cave life that may be 50,000 years old
BOSTON (AP) — In a Mexican cave system so beautiful and hot that it is called both Fairyland and hell, scientists have discovered life trapped in crystals that could be 50,000 years old.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Limestone Cave New Mexico Cave Automatic Virtual Environment Mexico Caving Crystal Cave painting