And as the earthquake death toll keeps rising, the Mexican government is helping affected communities… leaving the support offered to Texas behind.
Mexico was shaken overnight by the country’s strongest earthquake on record, killing at least 35 people in the southern states and swaying buildings in the capital.
A powerful earthquake struck just off the coast of Mexico late Thursday night. Mexico’s president Enrique Peña Nieto called the magnitude 8.2 earthquake the strongest in a century.
International oil corporations are rushing to the Mexican side of the Gulf of Mexico. For the first time in decades, the country is opening up its energy sector. And the interest in its deep-water reserves has come from global big guns like ExxonMobil and even the Chinese government to the tune of an expected $60 billion in investment.
Dozens of activists and so-called "DREAMers" gathered in Central Phoenix to hear the Trump administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
While politicians debate the North American Free Trade Agreement, companies from states like Arizona visit Mexico to spread their wings, as the aerospace segment works to grow while avoiding politics.
The Mexican government on Tuesday expressed its “deep regret” following the White House's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that has shielded young people living in the state illegally from deportation.
The U.S., Mexico and Canada will enter the second round of negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement on Friday.
U.S. Customs and Border protection has chosen four construction companies to build the first prototypes of a concrete wall along the U.S. Mexico border.
Last Sunday, President Donald Trump criticized Mexico again. And the neighboring country replied — by offering support.