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Mexico economy survives Trump's first 100 days

The Mexican economy has fared better than expected under the uncertainty caused by US President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office, with GDP up 0.6 percent in the first quarter. The gross domestic product growth, announced Friday by the Mexican Institute of Statistics (INEGI), slightly beat analysts' expectations of a 0.5 percent boost. Show More Summary

Mexican Congress approves use of medical marijuana

2 hours agoHealth : Reuters: Health

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's Lower House of Congress passed a bill on Friday to legalize the use of marijuana and cannabis for medical and scientific needs, a step closer to outright legalization in a country long scarred by warring drug cartels.

Trump’s Unpopularity Is Hurting Starbucks’s Business in Mexico

It’s the first U.S. brand with Mexican sales affected by “anti-Trump sentiment.”

2:00PM Water Cooler 4/28/2017

By Lambert Strether of Corrente Trade “Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto caught up with each other on a call Thursday after the NAFTA panic. The two ‘welcomed U.S. President Donald J. Trump’s statement that he is prepared to renegotiate the agreement to the benefit of all three countries,’ according to a readout from […]

Kourtney Kardashian Accused of Photoshopping Her Perfect Butt Photos

Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Busted? Not long after Kim Kardashian's Mexican butt photos hit the Internet, Kourtney Kardashian, who also was on vacay with Kim, started posting gorgeous photos of her incredible body to social media. From her abs to her legs to her butt, the mom of three's body looked perfect. Show More Summary

Trump: I Was 'Psyched' to Terminate NAFTA

In an interview with Reuters Thursday, President Trump said he was "psyched" to terminate NAFTA but was talked out of it in phone calls by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. "You know I was really ready and psyched to terminate NAFTA," Trump said. Show More Summary

You won't believe how much this Mexican politician is accused of stealing

8 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Mexicans are used to politicians stealing public money, but the latest example has offended even them.        

Donovan and Eric: Two Mexican Dads Open Up About Their Beautiful Family

Originally published on Gays With Kids, by Clay Wirestone. For Donovan Gutierrez and his fiancé Eric Alvarado being parents is an important and sometimes complicated part of their lives. The couple met online a little more than two years ago. Show More Summary

Donovan and Eric: Two Mexican Dads Open Up About Their Beautiful Family

Originally published on Gays With Kids, by Clay Wirestone. For Donovan Gutierrez and his fiancé Eric Alvarado being parents is an important and sometimes complicated part of their lives. The couple met online a little more than two years ago. Show More Summary

Over-the-top political corruption case enrages Mexicans

10 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Mexicans are used to politicians stealing public money, but the latest example has offended even them.        

Diners suffer cramps, diarrhea after eating in Seattle restaurant

A Mexican restaurant on Seattle’s Capitol Hill is under investigation by King County Public Health over a cluster of suspected cases of the bacterial toxins, Bacillus cereus or Clostridium perfringens. Both cause gastroenteritis with abdominal cramps and diarrhea. Show More Summary

Asylum Seekers Fleeing The U.S. For Canada May Find A Frigid Reception In Canadian Courts

Just over a month ago we highlighted the comments of one recently deported Mexican nationalist who told Reuters that illegally immigrating to the U.S. was over, courtesy of the Trump administration, and that it was "Canada's turn" to welcome the world's immigrants with open arms. "For those without documents, I think (the United States) is over. Show More Summary

Pena Nieto, Trudeau to remain in close contact over NAFTA: Mexico

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke on Thursday about the NAFTA trade deal and agreed there was an opportunity to update the accord to the mutual benefit of all signatories, the Mexican government said.

Mexican superstar Eugenio Derbez makes big American move as ‘Latin Lover’

Eugenio Derbez has dominated Mexican television comedy for decades. His 2013 feature “Instructions Not Included,” which he directed and produced as well as starred in, is the highest-grossing Spanish-language film of all time, with total ticket sales just shy of $100?million. So it’s no surprise that the 54-year-old funnyman’s next move would be to make […]

Trump aims to negotiate new NAFTA

President Trump changed course and said he will try to negotiate a better NAFTA. Mr. Trump spoke with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after floating the possibility of pulling out of the trading bloc. Major Garrett reports.

Video: Salma Hayek Translates Mexican Slang

Hayek stars in the new movie "How to Be a Latin Lover," and translates such phrases as "Que pedo?" and "Eso que ni que." [ more › ]

Motor racing-Mallya 'optimistic' after arrest, says Perez

SOCHI, Russia, April 27 (Reuters) - Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is upbeat about the future despite facing potential extradition from Britain to India after his arrest last week, the Formula One team's Mexican driver Sergio Perez said on Thursday.

116-year-old Mexican woman deemed too old for bank card

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

A Citigroup branch in Guadalajara, Mexico refused a 116-year-old Mexican woman the bank card she needed to collect monthly welfare benefits.

Trump explains his posturing on NAFTA after speaking with Trudeau and Peña Nieto

President Donald Trump on Thursday said he decided to back off beginning the process of withdrawing the US from the North American Free Trade Agreement after speaking Wednesday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and MexicanShow More Summary

Build the wall and make El Chapo pay for it, says Ted Cruz

Senator Ted Cruz has proposed a novel idea to fund President Donald Trump’s wall around the US-Mexico border: Use the $14 billion that US prosecutors are seeking from Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán. A spokesperson for Mr Cruz’s office confirmed the bill was introduced to Congress. Show More Summary

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