|Foreign Tech Companies are Flocking to Guadalajara|
Guadalajara is cementing its reputation as the tech capital of Mexico. Its annual tech exports have reached $20 billion and are expected to grow further.
|The Forgotten History of Over a Half Million U.S. Deportations to Mexico in the 1930s|
Over a million people, more than half of whom were American citizens of Mexican descent, were deported to Mexico from the United States in the 1930s - yet this massive wave of deportations is often overlooked.
|Ceviche Tostadas Are Worth the Road Trip to Mexico|
Open Road stops at one special Ensenada street cart for some of the best sea urchin ceviche and clams on the half-shell in Mexico.
|Deported to Mexico, These Men Feel Lost in a Country They No Longer Know|
The Trump administration has vowed to speed up the deportation process, but what exactly happens when undocumented immigrants who have built lives and have families in the U.S. are forced to return to Mexico?
|World's First Commercially Available Flying Car to Be Unveiled This Year|
A vehicle that can transform from a car into a plane will become the world’s first commercially available flying car later this year, the company developing it has announced.
|Sewage Dumping Seen Affecting Rural Mexico Health|
Residents of a rural community in Hidalgo state, north of Mexico City report a myriad of diseases ranging from birth defects to conjunctivitis, which they attribute to water pollution caused by sewage from Mexico City being pumped directly into their water reservoir.
|During Mexico Border Visit, Attorney General Sessions Outlines 'Get Tough' Immigration Plan|
The Associated Press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions toured the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and unveiled what he described as a new get-tough approach to immigration prosecutions under President Donald Trump.
|Ice Cream Shop for Dogs Gets Tails Wagging in CDMX|
Dogs with a sweet tooth can now satisfy their cravings at a Mexico City ice cream shop which serves up frozen treats specifically made for animals.
|Security Drags Man Off Overbooked United Flight After He Refuses to Give Up His Seat|
A man was forcibly dragged off a United flight headed from Chicago to Louisville after he refused to give up his seat to a United employee who “needed to be in Louisville” for a flight the following day.
|Therapy Used for Military Veterans Finds Success Among Traumatized Immigrants|
New America Media
Once used almost solely to treat post traumatic stress in war veterans, EMDR has slowly become an effective therapy to treat a range of traumas, including those experienced by immigrants.
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