Tropical Storm Rosa heads for Baja, US Southwest

U.S. 10/02/18, 00:22

After soaking northwestern Mexico with heavy rains as it neared the Baja California Peninsula, reportedly claiming at least one victim, Tropical Storm Rosa is expected to drench the U.S. Southwest.From Arizona to Utah, some residents filled sandbags in anticipation of heavy rainfall forecasts and potential flooding.In this Sunday, Sept. 30, ...

Explains: How NAFTA 2.0 will shake up business as usual

Business 10/01/18, 20:40

American dairy farmers get more access to the Canadian market. U.S. drug companies can fend off generic competition for a few more years. Automakers are under pressure to build more cars where workers earn decent wages.The North American trade agreement hammered out late Sunday between the United States and Canada, ...

10 Things to Know for Today

U.S. 10/01/18, 08:16

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. WHAT IS REPLACING NAFTAA revamped trade pact called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, gives American farmers greater access to the Canadian dairy market and offers Canada tariff protection in the auto industry.2. ...

Asian shares mixed amid lingering trade tension worries

Business 10/01/18, 03:43

Asian stocks were mixed Monday and Wall Street futures rose after the U.S. and Canada said they had reached a compromise on revising their trade pactKEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 gained 0.5 percent to 24,245.76. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 lost nearly 0.6 percent to 6,172.30. South Korea's Kospi gave up ...

Mexican students massacred by army in 1968, by gangs today

World 10/01/18, 00:16

When soldiers massacred as many as 300 people at a student protest in Mexico City's Tlatelolco plaza on Oct. 2, 1968, the killers wore uniforms. Today, students in Mexico say they are still under attack, but now from thugs, drug cartels, paramilitaries or rapists.In this Sept. 18, 2018 photo, Enrique ...

Damaged buildings, graft haunt Mexico City year after quake

America 09/18/18, 00:15

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Throughout Mexico City, uninhabited buildings with gaping cracks lean at precarious angles and some displaced people are still living outdoors a year after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake killed 228 people in the capital and 141 more in nearby states.

Mexican president elect introduces civilian head of security

World 09/16/18, 22:35

TEPIC, Mexico (AP) — Mexico's president-elect kicked off a nationwide tour Sunday with his new head of security in tow: a restaurant owner named Daniel Asaf who will coordinate a civilian brigade in lieu of the Mexican equivalent of the U.S. Secret Service.

Mexican president elect introduces civilian head of security

World 09/16/18, 20:29

TEPIC, Mexico (AP) — Mexico's president-elect kicked off a nationwide tour Sunday with his new head of security in tow: a restaurant owner named Daniel Asaf who will coordinate a civilian brigade in lieu of the Mexican equivalent of the U.S. Secret Service.

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