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Staff Writer, Copy EditorAs the Affordable Care Act slowly starts to get implemented, one group of employees that is excluded from benefiting from the major health care reform is undocumented farmworkers. This distinct outcome may also extend to the farmworkers not in the...
In Mexico, what’s old is new again. At least that’s the initial indication, as Mexicans have appeared to decisively return to power the Institutional Revolutionary Party with the election of Enrique Pena Nieto as president of the country...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterMEXICALI — People of all ages took to the streets in Mexicali early Saturday evening to chant, wave flags, hold signs and march between local television stations in protest against the results of the recent Mexican presidential election. The...
Staff WriterMexican citizen Gerardo Cano, 54, has crossed into the United States eight times in his life for work but said he won’t be crossing back anymore. “There’s no work there, and California is in a crisis. It’s hard to find work. When I...
The North American Summit in Washington, D.C., was the scene of a Mexican-American standoff of sorts when the presidents of both countries fired verbal shots at each other over the drug and gun violence that has plagued the border region for the past...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterIMPERIAL — Mexican culture and heritage were showcased over the past week and a half at the Plaza de las Culturas inside the California Mid-Winter Fair & Fiesta. Vendors from different parts of Mexico sold a variety of items including handcrafted...
Tags: Culture, Cinco de Mayo, Mexico, Arts and Culture
WASHINGTON -- Seeking to repair damaged relations, President Barack Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon agreed Thursday to deepen their cooperation in combating drug violence and declared a breakthrough in efforts to end a long-standing dispute...
By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF WRITERPresident Obama and President Felipe Calderón of Mexico hold Press Conference JOIN THE LIVE CHAT VISIT WHITEHOUSE.GOV
MEXICO CITY — The human and financial costs of Mexico's drug war, diplomatic cable leaks, the influx of U.S. arms and a wave of anti-immigration initiatives in the United States are all taking a toll on Mexico-U.S. relations that had shown steady...
MEXICO CITY — The killing of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent and wounding of another in Mexico highlights the risk for American officials helping with Mexico's crackdown on organized crime under increasing cooperation between the...
Tags: Transportation, Defense, Mexico, Crimes, Organized Crime
ReutersBy Lizbeth Diaz MEXICO CITY, May 16 (Reuters) - A Mexican general took over all police and military operations in a chaotic western state on Thursday in a test run of President Enrique Pena Nieto's new security strategy to tame raging drug violence....
ReutersMEXICO CITY, May 13 (Reuters) - The Mexican unit of insurer Marsh & McClennan Companies Inc said on Monday it is launching a policy that will cover terrorism, organized crime and sabotage, the first such policy available in a country wracked by drug-...
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