The North American leaders will be discussing immigration and the recapture of the son of drug cartel kingpin “El Chapo.” But also high on the agenda: a dispute over energy.
The country's economy is in a downward spiral as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will head to the White House on Wednesday to meet with US President Donald Trump. And, demonstrators were injured in riots in Belgrade after a crowd stormed Serbia's parliament. Also, Harvard and MIT filed a lawsuit asking a federal court to temporarily block a Trump administration rule that would bar foreign students from remaining in the US if their universities do not hold in-person classes this fall.
Mexican journalist Anabel Hernandez has spent years investigating the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. Hernandez believes the Army — who was helping the local drug lord — thought the students had seen too much.
Cancun, on the Yucatan peninsula, is one of Mexico's most visited cities, while nearby Mayan villages struggle with poverty and lack of economic opportunities. A newly proposed train line could help fix that, but at what cost to the people and ecosystem?
Facing political and economic pressure from the US, Mexico has seen a shift in public attitude toward migrants: Rising resentment is replacing tolerance in a country that is both deeply religious and has a long history of sending its own citizens to the US.
Defying increasing criticism from within his own party, US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would likely go ahead with new tariffs on imports from Mexico.
US President Donald Trump vowed on Thursday to impose a tariff on all goods coming from Mexico unless the country does more to stop the flow of migrants.
Pollution levels have been deemed potentially harmful to human health in Mexico city as officials order school closures in an extraordinary step.
After 39 days of waiting, families displaced by extreme violence in Guerrero State finally got an answer from AMLO: go back home.
López Obrador’s demure response to Trump might surprise some who followed Mexico’s presidential election last year.