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Can Foreigners Handle the Heat? Mexico City Debates Milder Salsas.

Gerardo Medina runs the Taquería Los Amigos, a 24-hour stand that sits at a busy intersection in an upscale neighborhood in Mexico City. With more customers from abroad eating his…

Tupperware shuts down only remaining US plant, moves manufacturing to Mexico as over 100 workers laid off

Tupperware Brands announced it will be closing its South Carolina factory — the company’s last remaining plant in the US — and laying off more than 100 workers. The iconic…

Arizona, New Mexico, and Wyoming Supreme Courts hear abortion ban lawsuits : NPR

Protesters marched in Phoenix, Ariz., when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade in 2022. This week, the state Supreme Court will determine which of two abortion bans will…

Gun rights organizations sue New Mexico governor over gun violence public health emergency declaration

CNN  —  The National Association for Gun Rights filed a lawsuit against New Mexico’s Democratic governor and health secretary Saturday over orders declaring gun violence a public health emergency and…

Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson dies at 75

CNN  —  Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a longtime fixture of Democratic politics with turns as Energy Secretary and United Nations ambassador under the Clinton administration, died on Friday,…

Exclusive: Smuggler with ties to ISIS helped migrants enter US from Mexico, raising alarm bells across government

CNN  —  The FBI is investigating more than a dozen migrants from Uzbekistan and other countries allowed into the US after they sought asylum at the southern border with Mexico…

America’s NAFTA nemesis: Canada, not Mexico

America and Canada have one of the world’s biggest trade relationships. President Donald Trump met for the first time Monday with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “We have a very…

Mexico ready to retaliate by hurting American corn farmers

Mexico is ready to hit the U.S. where it hurts: Corn. Mexico is one of the top buyers of American corn in the world today. And Mexican senator Armando Rios…