Joint Efforts From Mexico And US To Find $6.5 Million Owed To 13,000 Mexican Migrant Workers In Wages
The initiative showed an unprecedented level of cooperation between the two countries in assisting employees who have long been treated unfairly.
Mexico Safer Than The US, Claims López Obrador
President López Obrador disregarded travel advisories from the United States that portray much of Mexico as dangerous.
China's Hold On Latin America Poses Security Challenge To US
Florida Representative Maria Elvira Salazar asserted that China had established a military presence in Latin America.
US, UK And Australia Agree On Aukus Nuclear Submarine Project
The allies will also collaborate to build a new fleet using state-of-the-art technology, such as reactors manufactured by the UK's Rolls-Royce.
US Extends Humanitarian Stay For Ukrainian Refugees Who Entered Via Mexico Border
About 25,000 Ukrainians who fled the conflict there and sought asylum in the United States via Mexico in early 2022 can now extend their stay.
Texas Man Sues 3 Women Alleging They Helped His Ex-Wife Obtain Abortion Pills
The man claims that three Texas women are responsible for the death of his ex-wife because they assisted her in getting abortion drugs to end a pregnancy.
Hundreds Of Migrants Attempt To Force Their Way Into US At Mexico Border
The migrants congregated at the border in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, but they were unable to get into the United States.
China Stole US Military Technology To Build J-20 Fighter Jet
Experts warn that more must be done to safeguard American weaponry information and prevent Beijing from making similar significant advancements in the future.
Legislation That Could Lead to TikTok Ban in US Receives Support From The White House
President Joseph Biden made clear that he strongly supported the legislation that might ban TikTok in the US.
Possibility Of US Interest Rates Going Higher Than Expected
Policymakers had been concerned by recent data that suggests that progress may be stagnating, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Cuba Condemns US Political Asylum To Pilot Of Stolen Plane
Caribbean country authorities warned that the U.S. might encourage similar illegal activities with detrimental effects on both countries' national security.
Unable To Link 'Havana Syndrome' To Foreign Adversaries, Says US Intelligence Agencies
The US intelligence community cannot link any cases of the mysterious illness known as "Havana Syndrome" to a foreign adversary.
COVID Lab-Leak Theory Constantly Disputed As China Accuses FBI Of 'Politicizing' The Issue
China opposed the FBI's assertion that the COVID-19 pandemic may have been caused by a virus that emerged from a Chinese lab.
'Zombie Drug': Skin-Rotting Drug 'Tranq' Is Causing Horror On US Streets
"Tranq Dope" is a mix of Fentanyl, the opioid that has decimated America's youth, and a veterinary drug called Xylazine. It rots people's skin.
Blinken Calls For Dialogue In Rare High-Level Contact Between US And Nicaragua, A Day After 222 Prisoners Were Released
Blinken calls for dialogue in the rare high-level contact between the countries, a day after 222 prisoners were released.
Octagonal Flying Object Over Lake Huron Shot Down By US Military
U.S. military brings down octagonal flying object over Lake Huron.
Celia Cruz To Become The First Afro-Latina To Appear On The US Quarter
Celia Cruz, an icon of salsa music, to be the first Afro-Latina to appear on a U.S. quarter.
US, UK Won’t Send F-16 Fighter Jets To Ukraine, France Studying Possibility
The US and the UK are not sending warplanes to aid Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
Former Guatemalan Police Chief Convicted Of US Visa Fraud
A former Guatemalan police chief has been found guilty of lying on his immigration papers.
US Ski Champion Kyle Smaine Killed By Avalanche in Japan
U.S. professional freestyle skier Kyle Smaine was killed in an avalanche while skiing.
Former Panama President, His 2 Sons Barred From US For Corruption
A former Panamanian President and his two sons have been barred from traveling to the United States.
Brazil, Argentina To Start Preparations For Common Latin American Currency To Rival US Dollar
The presidents of Brazil and Argentina are considering creating a common Latin American currency.
Oldest Person In The US Dies At The Age Of 115
A woman believed to be the oldest living person in the U.S. died at the age of 115.
North Korea Fires 2 Ballistic Missiles After Drill By South Korea And US
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles on Friday after U.S. and South Korean warplanes conducted joint drills.
Mexico Plans To Ask US $48 Billion For Solar Projects
Mexico is planning to ask U.S for $48 billion in financing for solar projects.
Idaho Student Murdered While Sleeping With Best Friend
One of the four University of Idaho students who were fatally stabbed thought the "monster" who killed her child may show up at the funeral, according to the father.
Iran Allegedly Threatened World Cup Players’ Families Ahead Of US Match
The Iranian government reportedly threatened its players’ families ahead of Iran's match against the United States.
Iran Blasts US Football Federation For Removing Allah Symbol In Social Media Graphics
Iran has called on Fifa to kick out the United States from the World Cup 2022 after its Allah emblem was taken out of its flag and posted on social media recently but temporarily.
Venezuela Fails To Extradite Businessman Alex Saab Moran From US
Venezuela’s government has been fighting to release Alex Saab Moran from the U.S. criminal justice system.
Like US, Mexican States Face Divide Over Abortion
Mexico is facing division over abortion, with some opposing it and others persistently seeking access to it.