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    NEW YORK (AP) — Goya Foods is facing a swift backlash after its CEO praised President Donald Trump at White House event. Goya was founded in Manhattan in 1936 by Don Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina, immigrants from Spain. The company calls itself the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States. Robert Unanue, a grandson and now Goya CEO, spoke at a Rose Garden event announcing a “Hispanic Prosperity Initiative” on Thursday. “We all truly blessed,...
    MEXICO – Medical squads serve migrants in temporary shelters in the Mexican cities of Juárez and Tijuana, bordering the United States, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported Thursday. The IOM said in a statement that these teams are led by Mexican doctors and are made up mostly of Cubans who were already in the cities and who attended the call for medical assistants. Temporary shelters have been set up in hotels in Ciudad Juárez, in the northern state of...
    Reuters July 10, 2020 0 Comments President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday that Donald Trump had drastically changed the way he talks about Mexico’s people, in the leftist leader’s latest warm words about the U.S. president who has a history of upsetting Mexicans. Lopez Obrador’s comments came a day after the two men met for the first time at the White House, where the Mexican president praised Trump for showing “kindness and respect” toward his country. That...
    (Bloomberg) – Mexico reported a record daily increase of 7,280 confirmed cases of covid-19, bringing the total to 282,283, according to data released by the Health Secretariat on Thursday night. Deaths increased by 730 to 33,526. This is the second consecutive day in which Mexico records a record daily increase in cases. Contagions in Mexico increase as the Government advances with the reopening of the country’s economy and Latin America is now an epicenter of the pandemic. Like other countries...
    Mexico’s cooperation with the U.S. on border security is at an all-time high, declared Deputy Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. President Donald Trump’s initially “heavy-handed” approach towards Mexico on issues related to border security and illegal immigration yielded unprecedented cooperation with the bordering states, Cuccinelli stated. “We have never had better cooperation from our Mexican partners to the south on blocking illegal immigration than we’re getting...
    MONTE APLANADO, N.M. (AP) — Authorities are investigating the shooting of two horses in northern New Mexico. The Las Vegas Optic reports two horses in the Monte Aplanado area of Mora County were shot last month. Animal Protection of New Mexico says one of the horses died from gunshot wounds while the other is recovering. No arrests have been made. Horses were reported to have been running in the Laguna Alta area. The New Mexico Livestock Board is investigating the...
    TSAILE, Ariz. (AP) — A college on the Navajo Nation plans to offer nearly all of its courses online this fall and says it is instituting safety and technology measures to help students succeed during the coronavirus pandemic. Dine College officials said all but 10 of its planned 358 courses will be offered online and that its preparations include a $6.4 million technology upgrade and development of a laptop loan program. College President Charles Roessel said in a recorded message...
    LAS VEGAS, N.M. (AP) — A foundation for a New Mexico college has announced it has created a scholarship in George Floyd’s name for Black students. The New Mexico Highlands University Foundation said Thursday it developed the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship to benefit African American students, thanks to a generous donor. Highlands vice president of student and donor engagement Theresa Law says the new scholarship will benefit Black Highlands University students who are leaders on campus or are working on...
    WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Navajo Nation health officials have reported 61 more coronavirus cases and four additional known deaths. Tribal Department of Health officials said 8,042 people on the vast reservation that spans parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah have tested positive for COVID-19 with 386 known deaths as of Wednesday night. Health officials also said reports from all 12 health care facilities on and near the Navajo Nation indicate 62,185 people have been tested and 5,731 have...
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday that Donald Trump had drastically changed the way he talks about Mexicos people, in the leftist leaders latest warm words about the U.S. president who has a history of upsetting Mexicans. Lopez Obradors comments came a day after the two men met for the first time at the White House, where the Mexican president praised Trump for showing kindness and respect toward his country. That drew angry responses...
    Why Stiller wont cut Trump scene from Zoolander Dollar, safe-haven currencies buoyed by U.S. coronavirus anxiety New Mexico governor postpones contact sports at high schools in fall LAS CRUCES, N.M. — New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Thursday that contact sports will not be permitted this fall at the high school level. © Nathan J Fish/Sun-News The Mayfield football team run drills in their first practice in Las Cruces on Monday, June 22, 2020. The postponement includes both...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tropical Storm Cristina formed Thursday off Mexico’s western coast and was forecast to grow into the first hurricane of the eastern Pacific season by Friday morning, though it was unlikely to pose any threat to land. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm had near hurricane-force winds by mid-afternoon Thursday and was expected to become a hurricane soon, but would begin weakening by Friday night. At mid-afternoon Thursday, Cristina had maximum sustained winds of 70...
    By MORGAN LEE, Associated Press SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico will halt indoor restaurant service, close state parks to nonresidents and suspend autumn contact sports at schools in response to surging coronavirus infections within its boundaries and neighboring Texas and Arizona, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Thursday. Grisham unveiled sweeping revisions to the states standing public health order that go into effect Monday. citing accelerating rates of infection across large expanses of the state including population centers in...
    Former Fox Sports host and golfer turned social media star Holly Sonders brought the sizzle to her popular Instagram feed once again on July 9, uploading a short video clip in which the 33-year-old documented herself dipping toes into the beachfront waters at Baja California’s Cabo San Lucas. In the 10-second clip, Sonders greeted the tide while sporting an ultra-skimpy bikini that featured a snakeskin pattern. The post — which had racked up nearly 20,000 views in just over 30...
    Six years after the 43 students disappeared in violent clashes with the police in Guerrero, Mexico, the remains of one of these students have been identified. Disappearance which occurred in September 2014 During the night of September 26 to 27, 2014, several students went to Iguala, in the state of Guerrero (Mexico), to take the buses they wanted to use for demonstrations. But armed men and probably the police intervened. Clashes have taken place, resulting in deaths, several injuries and...
    By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN, Associated Press MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador returned to Mexico on Thursday buoyed by a cordial first encounter with President Donald Trump that successfully distracted from multiple crises at home but produced few tangible results. As they have done since López Obrador took office in December 2018, the two leaders refrained from the heated rhetoric both regularly employ against other targets, instead asserting their friendship and mutual respect. Absent from the carefully scripted...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador returned to Mexico on Thursday buoyed by a cordial first encounter with President Donald Trump that successfully distracted from multiple crises at home but produced few tangible results. As they have done since López Obrador took office in December 2018, the two leaders refrained from the heated rhetoric both regularly employ against other targets, instead asserting their friendship and mutual respect. Absent from the carefully scripted White House meeting Wednesday...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador returned to Mexico on Thursday buoyed by a cordial first encounter with President Donald Trump that successfully distracted from multiple crises at home but produced few tangible results. As they have done since López Obrador took office in December 2018, the two leaders refrained from the heated rhetoric both regularly employ against other targets, instead asserting their friendship and mutual respect. Absent from the carefully scripted White House meeting Wednesday...
    By Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Defying warnings that to seek out Donald Trump was to court disaster, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador instead emerged from their first meeting as a cherished friend of his U.S. counterpart, even as some Democrats looked on uneasily. The spectacle of Lopez Obrador and Trump lavishing praise on each other on Wednesday was a far cry from the tension that has plagued bilateral ties since the American launched his bid for power...
    Reuters July 9, 2020 0 Comments  Ford Motor Co may have to shut some U.S. car plants as early as next week if they fail to receive engines produced in Mexico’s Chihuahua state, Christopher Landau, the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, said on Thursday. Mexico is a key part of a wider international supply chain crucial to U.S. carmakers, many of which operate factories across the border in Mexico due to lower labor costs. Landau said a senior Ford executive...
    Nearly twice as many people were arrested in June for illegally crossing the southern border than in April despite initiatives by the Trump administration to deter unlawful crossings. Border Patrol agents along the U.S.-Mexico border arrested 30,000 people last month for attempting to cross into the United States. In April, 16,045 people were arrested, and in May, 21,498 people were arrested. “This increase is still extremely concerning as we continue to battle the invisible enemy: COVID-19,” said Mark...
    A university professor and tattoo artist was arrested for running after a woman while naked was arrested by the Mexico City police on Thursday. Eduardo Rodríguez, who has allegedly sexually harassed at least 100 women and previously exposed himself to a schoolgirl in 2018, was taken into custody in the borough of Azcapotzalco. Authorities had been searching for the 34-year-old man who was filmed by a surveillance camera approaching a woman in the Azcapotzalco neighborhood of Claveria on May 12 in broad...
    SANTA FE, N.M. (CBS4/AP) — A North Dakota man has been ordered to pay $74,000 in restitution for poaching a trophy mule deer buck in northwestern New Mexico. The state Department of Game and Fish says Cody Davis also was ordered to make a $3,000 donation to the Operation Game Thief program. Authorities say Davis killed a mule deer out of season and didn’t have a license. The investigation started in 2015 when game officers found a large headless buck...
    By Ted Hesson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Border Patrol detained roughly 30,000 migrants attempting to cross the southwest border with Mexico in June, a 41% increase from the previous month, even as sweeping coronavirus-related border restrictions instituted by President Donald Trump remain in place. Roughly nine in 10 of those caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in June were single adults, according to statistics released on Thursday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The number of single adults from Mexico...
    By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Negotiations among environmentalists and state and federal officials in Arizona and New Mexico have resulted in a set of recommendations and other provisions that environmentalists say will help protect the threatened Mexican spotted owl while allowing forest thinning projects to move forward. Regional officials with the U.S. Forest Service say the new understanding made public Wednesday marked a positive step in an ongoing battle over the Mexican spotted owl. Environmentalists...