MATT in the press
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Cardinal Mahony at Charles Borromeo parish in North Hollywood. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times©)

Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) speaks at the Bordernomics News Conference at the Capitol Visitor’s Center in Washington 

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Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, questioned how someone could see the North American Free Trade Agreement as a bad deal.(Andrew Harnik/The Associated Press©)

Elecciones en México y tensiones entre EU y Canadá complican TLCAN

Elecciones en México, en las provincias de Quebec y Ontario, así como las elecciones intermedias en noviembre en EU, son causa de que no se cierre el nuevo acuerdo comercial entre los tres países (Foto Twitter: @Bordernomics)

School of Nursing faculty and students collaborate with nurses from Mexico

Eight faculty members from the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico, joined nursing faculty and students at the UT Health Science Center to learn teaching methods based on U.S. standards. It’s part of the Salud: Nuevas Fronteras program that works to enrich nursing programs on both sides of the border.( FOHN / Mission©)

Nelly Lozano, with her seven-month-old son Elian, gave up a secure, professional job in the U.S. to return to Mexico City and never looked back. (Photo by Alysa Hullett)©

Most popular migrant destinations around the worl

Most popular migrant destinations around the world (DMan9797)

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Can Mexico exploit its new demographic dividend?

Ready to move: Central American migrants in Chiapas, Mexico, wait for the train they’re riding to depart. Photo: Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters. Homepage photo: Nathaniel Parish Flannery.

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Poco progress in Mexico drug war

Poco progress in Mexico drug war

PBS – January 20, 2014

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Poco progress in Mexico drug war

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TIJUANA, MEXICO - OCTOBER 02: Traffic and pedestrians wait to cross the border into the United States from Mexico on October 2, 2013 in Tijuana, Mexico. Despite the U.S. federal shutdown, most U.S. border agents have been categorized as essential personnel and continue working.NATIONAL JOURNAL

TIJUANA, MEXICO – OCTOBER 02: Traffic and pedestrians wait to cross the border into the United States from Mexico on October 2, 2013 in Tijuana, Mexico. Despite the U.S. federal shutdown, most U.S. border agents have been categorized as essential personnel and continue working.NATIONAL JOURNAL©

The DREAM Act may not come soon enough for Benita Veliz.

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