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Recent Study: Mexico Real Estate Report Q1 2014
The country has one of the most stable growth outlooks in the region, and an operating environment which is seeing tangible improvements and rising longer-term prospects.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Sharing Christmas cheer with local kids
'Tis the season of cheer-supposedly. But for some people, it's a season of sadness.
Yes, America: Mexican Music is Violent. Get Over It.
America's liberal class and MSMers are abuzz right now over Narco Cultura , a documentary about Mexico's horrific drug war and the musical movement that has risen around it .
Progressive Furniture enjoys Mexican connection
But over the years, Mexico has become an equally, if not more, important resource than any one of those countries, particularly in bedroom.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Businesses on Mexican border prep suit against tax hike
Two powerful Mexican business associations are poised to mount a challenge to President Enrique PeA a Nieto's landmark fiscal reform through a class-action lawsuit against heavier taxes in the border states, a move they claim will undermine competitiveness in a region responsible for a quarter of the economy's annual output.
Natalie Lander Among Feliz Navi Diva's Upcoming Guest Stars
Kay Sedia , Americas top selling Tupperware diva and star of the hit stage show Chico's Angels is going solo in her one woman Holiday show starring 3 people called, "Feliz NaviDiva".
Tijuana Tent City of Deported Lawbreakers Alarms Catholic.org
Typically, professional Catholic handwringers fret about Mexicans suffering in Mexico, and conclude it's America's fault.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Nuclear Heist Suspects Released from Hospital in Mexico
Six suspects in the theft of nuclear material in central Mexico have been released from the hospital after tests indicated they had not suffered radiation poisoning, authorities said.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
From the Bookshelves: Our Lost Border: Essays on Life Amid the...
In his essay lamenting the loss of the Tijuana of his youth, Richard Mora remembers festive nights on Avenida RevoluciA3n , where tourists mingled with locals at bars.
The Austin Chronicle
John Sayles told the Chronicle why he returned to the border for his 19th feature film, Go for Sisters .
The Daily Courier
CATCH 22: DAY 7 - Man allegedly used vehicle in PV assault
Police in Prescott Valley say that Luis Mathew Florez is wanted on two counts of aggravated assault, endangerment and criminal damage.
6 questioned in Mexico radioactive theft
Six males potentially exposed to radioactive material stashed inside a stolen truck were examined at a Mexico hospital on Friday, a day after authorities said they'd recovered all of the potentially deadly substance.
Cortez Journal News
John Lorenzo Semadeni
John attended Dove Creek schools and Union College in Lincoln Neb.There, he met and eventually married Doris Stigge.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Prison for men in cartel murder-for-hire
Jorge Sillas, 30, a member of the once powerful Arellano FA©lix drug trafficking organization, apologized in court before being sentenced to 21 years and four months behind bars.
The evil pit of despair that awaits illegal immigrants deported to Tijuana
As a virtual civil war continues in Mexico and the economy improves in the U.S., illegal immigrants are once again eying the United States as a destination for a better life.
Resource Investing News
Stolen Cobalt-60 Found; Thieves Likely to Die
A cargo truck stolen early on Tuesday while transporting cobalt-60, a radioactive cobalt isotope, was found yesterday afternoon.
KCCI-TV Des Moines
All of stolen radioactive material found
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Thu Dec 05, 2013
A look at the Modern's Contemporary Mexican Cinema festival
Dec. 05--Back in the '90s, a new wave of Mexican filmmakers began to make a global splash.
The Fresno Bee
3 arrested in Madera County for allegedly going through others' mail
Madera County sheriff's spokeswoman Erica Stuart said deputies arrested three people Wednesday in connection with mail theft after rural mail boxes were broken into.