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Grandparents Win Reprieve from Trump Travel Ban

Associated Press

In another setback for President Donald Trump, a federal judge in Hawaii has further weakened his already diluted travel ban by vastly expanding the list of family relationships with U.S. citizens that visa applicants can use to get into the U.S.

Fans Go Home Frustrated as Mexico Has to Settle for Scoreless Draw with Jamaica

The Denver Post

Mexico had huge advantages in crowd support and ball control but had to settle for a scoreless draw with Jamaica in a second-leg Gold Cup game Thursday night before 49,121 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, many of whom booed their team at the end of the game.

The Search Is on for the Lost Ships of Hernan Cortes


The Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes landed in Yucatan in 1519, eventually to conquer the Aztec empire of Central America. Now, 500 years later, Mexican researchers plan to find these lost shipwrecks and explore them to see what artifacts they might hold.

Pablo Escobar’s Former Tulum Mansion Has Become an Art-Filled Luxury Boutique Hotel

Global Construction Review

A former estate used by Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar while on the run has been converted into a luxury hotel by New York-based art dealer Lio Malca.

Best Apps to Use When You’re Traveling Internationally


The little computers we carry in our pockets can be valuable tools for enhancing a travel experience. Here are five travel apps that I do not leave home without.

For 700 Miles, Hiker Kept the Mexican Border in View, and on His Mind

San Diego Union-Tribune

Mark Hainds put the toes of his hiking boots into the Pacific Ocean last week with the U.S.-Mexico border just off to his left — where it has been during his entire 700-mile journey.

North America Announces Official 2026 World Cup Bid

U.S. Soccer

The National Federations of Canada, Mexico and the United States have officially formed a United Bid Committee to kick off the bidding process to bring the 2026 FIFA World Cup to North America.

From South of the Border, American Expats Have a Different Take on Mexico


While politicians in Washington debate building a wall between the United States and Mexico, Americans who’ve moved south of the border have a different perspective on the country they’ve come to call home.

Tourism to U.S. Rises Despite Trump’s Travel Ban


The number of visitors traveling to the U.S. has risen, despite concerns that Trump’s hardline anti-immigrant policies could hurt U.S. tourism.

Passage to ’Underworld’ Found Hiding Under Mexico’s Pyramid of the Moon


The National Institute of Anthropology announced its discovery of a tunnel beneath Mexico’s Teotihuacan Temple, reinforcing researchers’ belief that the theme of life and death was constant throughout the Teotihuacan culture.

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