After Meeting Canadian Prime Minister, Trump Talks of Tweaking NAFTA
Ambassadors: Treat Mexico as a Strategic Partner
The Places in America most exposed to a Trade War
President Trump says he is looking at "tweaking" portions of the North American Free Trade Agreement that deal with trade between the U.S. and Canada.
U.S.-Mexico relations touch the daily lives of more Americans than ties with any other country, whether through culture, commerce or travel.
Export-related jobs are everywhere, which means many of America’s cities have a lot to gain — and a lot to lose.
Texas Secretary of State says Trump talk not stopping Texas on Mexico Trade
On the eve of a trip to Mexico City, Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos says he’s working aggressively — with the governor’s blessing — to bolster the state’s $200 billion in annual trade with Mexico, despite talk of tariffs by President Donald Trump.
An 'abrazo' on the U.S.-Mexican border celebrates unity, Trump has Laredo worried
The young children, two American, two Mexican, walked toward one another, nearing the center of the Juarez-Lincoln International Bridge. The short stretch of road over the Rio Grande has long connected this Texas border town with its sister city, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and about 15,000 vehicles enter the United States on it each day. But traffic came to a halt on this holiday weekend for this moment.
House Speaker Paul Ryan scheduled for McAllen visit
U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is scheduled to visit McAllen next week for a daylong tour of the border as the issue of immigration heats up in Washington, D.C., several sources said.
How America's changing - even if we stop Immigration
How and where is America changing the fastest? As the nation becomes less white, demographers tracking county-by-county data find that that the pace of change is very uneven — the counties experiencing the most rapid growth of minority populations are concentrated in the south and the west, while much of the north and middle of the country remains predominantly white.
Federal agents conduct Immigration enforcement raids in at least six States
U.S. immigration authorities arrested hundreds of undocumented immigrants in at least a half-dozen states this week in a series of raids that marked the first large-scale enforcement of President Trump’s Jan. 25 order to crack down on the estimated 11 million immigrants living here illegally.
Trump's Mexican Shakedown
In Mexico’s so-called drug war, cartel gunmen have often used their violent power to demand money from innocent people. It’s a heinous crime that scars communities and blights growth, and it has provoked terrorized villages to rise up to chase out the extortionists.
The Road, or Flight, from Detention to Deportation
During his frenetic first week in office, President Trump made good on a core campaign pledge to overhaul the nation’s immigration enforcement. With the stroke of a pen, he redefined the meaning of “criminal alien” by vastly expanding the criteria used to decide who is a priority for deportation.
Hispanic Caucus members rejected from meeting with ICE
A meeting with Immigration and Customs Enforcement intended to mollify lawmakers who are concerned one week after a round-up of nearly 700 undocumented immigrants had the opposite effect Thursday, as organizers expelled rank-and-file members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
Profitable Pickups May Be in Cross Hairs of Trump Border Tax
There are many reasons for the steady success of the three major American automakers in recent years, but none are bigger than the surging sales of full-size pickup trucks.
Biggest Threat to Mexico's Economic Well-Being Isn't Trump
The U.S.-educated Mexican economists who negotiated the trade pact in the 1980s are worried more about their own country’s protectionist tendencies than about Donald Trump
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Mexico Takes First Step before Talks with U.S. on NAFTA
The Mexican government said on Wednesday that it was beginning a 90-day consultation with the country’s Senate and private sector before talks with the United States to review the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Why Border Boycotts, Slowdowns and Taxes are a big deal in San Diego
The pervasive anxiety about a possible reworking of the North American Free Trade Agreement — and talk by President Donald Trump of a tax — can be gleaned from a recent post by John Nienstedt, president and CEO of Competitive Edge Research & Communication
Spyware's Odd Targets: Backers of Mexico's Soda Tax
Last summer, Dr. Simón Barquera’s phone started buzzing with a series of disturbing text messages from unknown numbers. One said his daughter had been in a serious accident. Another claimed to be from a friend whose father had died — with a link to funeral details.
Mexico City prepares to fight Trump
From his office in a nondescript building in one of this capital’s most fashionable neighborhoods, Juan Pablo Castañón Castañón spoke candidly about the quiet rallying underway since the realization the new U.S. president could pull the rug out from under Mexico’s trade-based economy.
Homeland Security Puts Cost of Border Walls and Fences at $20.6 Billion
Internal department estimates are well above the $12 billion to $15 billion GOP congressional leaders were expecting the Trump administration to request
Jared Kushner proves to be a shadow Diplomat on U.S.-Mexico Talks
The scene in the Oval Office was remarkable: the foreign minister of Mexico — the very country that Donald Trump had turned into a campaign-trail piñata — huddled with now-President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Exporters Tout Benefits of Republicans' 'Border Adjustment' Proposal
Proposal could generate about $1 trillion to pay for cutting tax rates and help prevent U.S. tax base from moving abroad