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Secretary of State Pompeo plans travel to Latin America

Pompeo is expected to talk about issues like free trade and immigration with counterparts in Mexico and other countries.

Sulfuric acid leak in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez a ‘wake-up call’

A researcher says the impact was minimal, but that it shows the need to consider the potential for a spill on a much larger scale.

Border numbers drop as temperatures rise and Mexico cracks down

The decline in border apprehension numbers comes amid renewed outcry over squalid conditions at facilities holding migrant children

Mexican president responds to US steel, tomato tariffs

The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced tariffs on steel products after finding exporters benefit from state subsidies, a claim rejected by an industry group.

Arizona-based organization brings migrant guide project to Sonora

The guide is aimed at increasing the security and safety of migrants traveling through Mexico and to the U.S.

Mexican Federal Police officers upset with new National Guard

Thousands of agents from are taking over their own headquarters while suing the government.

Some US asylum seekers find work in northern Mexico

A Mexican official says hundreds have found work and factories have offered thousands of jobs.

Arizona business welcomes possible completion of Sonoran highway

Mexico's president has announced a date for the highway's completion three times.

UA Study: Some medications from Mexico not what the doctor ordered

A team of doctoral students found that many of the drugs fell below guidelines for weight and content.

Mexico extends $100M reforesting program to Honduras to stem migration

The country had already announced $30 million for a tree-planting program in El Salvador.

Remittances to Mexico break monthly record In May

Mexicans abroad sent $3.2 million to their home country, 1.5% more than the previous year.

UNESCO designates vaquita porpoise habitat as ‘in danger’

There are estimated to be only 10 remaining vaquita porpoises in the Sea of Cortez.

Mexican tomato imports still up after duties were imposed

Import weights in Nogales have increased year-over-year for two months in a row, though opponents warn higher prices are yet to come.

Some Central American asylum applicants, forced to wait In Mexico, choose to return home

It's the beginning of a “voluntary return” program for migrants who wish to return home, Mexican immigration officials said.

Out of room on Arizona's border

Arizona’s border with Mexico is becoming an epicenter for asylum seekers from Central America.

Mexican president marks 1 year since election amid concerns over administration

Critics say measures of crime and the economy suggest there is little to celebrate.

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