|Large Group of Psychiatry Experts Claim Trump Has ’Dangerous Mental Illness’|
Psychiatrists at a conference at Yale University say that Donald Trump has a “dangerous mental illness” and is unfit to be president.
|Daredevils Hurtle at 75mph Along World’s Longest Over-Water Zip Line in Acapulco|
Daredevils took a ride on what’s being touted as the world’s longest over-water zip line, near Acapulco. The attraction boasts four lines suspended 100 meters above sea level.
|Relatives and Friends Mark 31 Months Since 43 Iguala Students Vanished Without a Trace|
Relatives and friends of 43 missing students marched through the center of Mexico City to mark 31 months since they disappeared.
|Former CIA Operative Argues Lee Harvey Oswald's Cuba Connections Went Deep|
Ahead of the debut of ’JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald’ on the History channel, CIA operative Bob Baer spoke to TIME about why Oswald could have wanted to work with the Soviets and Cubans.
|The Affordable Home Robot of the Future Is Here to Communicate with Your Family|
California startup OhmniLabs has developed a home robot - named Ohmni - that people can use in their homes to communicate with others, near or far.
|In Some Poor CDMX Barrios, Water a Rare Commodity|
Iztapalapa is the poorest and most populous area in Mexico City. It is also the one that suffers most from a lack of water. Even in neighborhoods that have running water, it often doesn’t work. But Iztapalapa isn’t alone.
|Late-Night TV Hosts Discuss Trump's Barrage of Problems as He Reaches 100th Day in Office|
Comics, including Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, discuss the problems facing the president and his latest feud with Canada.
|World Press Freedom Day: The Role of Media Is Only as Strong as the Desire for Truth|
IPS World Desk
The media can provide a platform for a multitude of voices and perspectives to help strengthen tolerance, dialogue and critical thinking. They can also offer counter narratives to challenge the ideas promoted in violent extremism narratives.
|WTO Green-Lights Mexico to Impose Trade Sanctions Against the US|
The two countries came to loggerheads in a dispute over the tuna fish trade, with allegations the US had discriminated against tuna caught by Mexico.
|Where Widespread Machismo Is Entrenched, Mexico's Focus Moves to the Trenches|
The New York Times
Machismo has long been widespread in Mexican society. Male entitlement - reflected in telenovelas, movies, work settings, families and romantic relationships- has been tolerated, even celebrated. But times are changing for the Mexican macho man.
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