|The U.S. Wants $500 Million in Drug Money from a Mexican Drug Lord Betrayed by El Chapo|
Everybody knows Mexican drug lords are filthy rich, but the recent sentencing of a leader of the notorious Beltran-Leyva cartel suggests the illicit business is even more lucrative than imagined — and the U.S. government wants a piece of the action.
|State of Nayarit's Drop in Crime Seemed Too Good to Be True – Because It Was|
The reduction in drug violence in Mexico’s Nayarit state was widely praised, until the ‘hero’ behind it was accused of working with organized crime.
|This Day in History Marks Centennial of US Entry Into the 'Great War'|
he United States formally entered World War I a hundred years ago, on April 6, 1917. The nation set aside its posture of neutrality nearly three years after the start of the bloody conflict that came to be known as the "Great War."
|How Mexican Citizens Build Better Lives Back Home with US Earnings|
The Botello brothers grew up in a small stone hut in a remote Mexican village until they went to the United States. Now, by local standards, they are rich.
|Top Builders Decline to Submit Bid to Work on Shrinking US-Mexico Border Wall|
President Donald Trump has long promised a "big, beautiful, powerful wall" on the United States-Mexico border — but will he find anyone willing to build it?
|White House Wades Into Mexican Election, Warns Against Left-Wing Candidate|
The Washington Times
The Trump administration waded into Mexico’s looming presidential election Wednesday, with Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly cautioning against Mexicans picking a left-wing candidate.
|Activists Petition Against Amazon's Xenophobic 'Mexico Will Pay' Costume|
Costume Agent’s unisex "Mexico Will Pay" jumpsuit isn’t sitting well with some Amazon customers who say the costume is racist.
|California Senate Passes Sanctuary State Bill in Defiance of POTUS Immigration Policies|
In defiance of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, the California Senate passed a bill to limit state and local police cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
|Companies Bidding to Design US-Mexico Border Wall Brace for Hostile Environment|
The Associated Press
With bids due Tuesday on the first design contracts, interested companies are preparing for the worst if they get the potentially lucrative job.
|Activating a New Generation: The Ever-Changing Face of Charity Fundraising|
Thirty years after Live Aid changed the face of charity fundraising, clicktivism has taken center stage. If you share, re-tweet and like, are you making the world a better place?
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