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Donald Trump with a sign supporting his plan to build a wall between the US and Mexico.

Mexican officials are ready to stop helping the US fight terrorism and drug trafficking to get back at Trump

Mexican senators are urging their government to consider cutting cooperation with the US on security matters in the wake of the family separations controversy. It's not the first time officials have made that request in response to Trump's policies.
A police agent directs traffic at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Reynosa, in the northern border state of Tamaulipas, Mexico, April 6, 2018.

Deadly violence in Mexico is intensifying, and May set an all-time record

Deadly violence in Mexico has risen steadily over the past three years, and much of the killing has been attributed to the cartels and gangs have proliferated in the country over that period.
Lopez Obrador at a rally in Patzcuaro, Michoacan state, May 31, 2018.

The peso is climbing after Mexico’s central bank hikes rates

The Mexican peso climbed Thursday after the country's central bank hiked its key interest rate to a peak not seen in nine years.

Trump signals he’s willing to back compromise immigration bill in closed-door meeting with Republicans

President Donald Trump met with Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday to try and cobble together enough support for an immigration bill amid controversy over the administration's "zero-tolerance" policy that's leading to families being separated after illegally crossing the US-Mexico border.

Trump is about to walk into a minefield as Republicans scramble to figure out how to solve the immigration crisis

Senate Republicans attempted to form a consensus on providing a solution to the Trump administration's policy of separating asylum-seeking families who cross the US-Mexico border illegally, but a path forward seems still appears to be a difficult task.

29 photos that show the US-Mexico border’s evolution over 100 years

The goal of establishing a firm boundary to separate the US from Mexico is nothing new.
Ricardo Anaya, left, and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, second left, on stage with other candidates during the third and final Mexican presidential debate, in Merida, June 12, 2018.

A Mexican presidential campaign blamed Russia and China for a cyberattack, but a bigger online threat is closer to home

Accusations of foreign meddling on social media during Mexico's presidential election have come to the fore this year, but evidence and past experience indicates that the online threat is homegrown.

From underdog stories to history being made, the 2018 World Cup is off to a great start

All the thrills and spills of the 2018 World Cup so far.
Mexico has made it out of the group stage at the previous six World Cups, only to be eliminated in the first game of the knockout round year after year, but after El Tri's shocking upset win over Germany, this could be the year they break the spell.

Mexico’s shocking upset win over Germany puts them in position to break a curse that has haunted them for 32 years

Mexico has made it out of the group stage at the previous six World Cups, only to be eliminated in the first game of the knockout round year after year, but after El Tri's shocking upset win over Germany, this could be the year they break the spell.

How the right is justifying the separation of families at the border

A handful of conservatives are backing President Donald Trump's decision to have families of undocumented immigrants separated at the US-Mexico border, while many others are falsely claiming the policy is a concrete law put in place by Democrats.