November 28, 2023

Murder of Congress’ Legal Director Rocks Border State in Mexico

Facebook Authorities in the border state of Nuevo Leon continue investigating the murder of a top politician who served as the legal director for the state’s congress. The high-profile murder sent shockwaves through political spheres in the state. The murder occurred on Monday night in the suburb of San Nicolas in the Monterrey metropolitan area.

House Judiciary GOP want top DOJ official to testify over SpaceX lawsuit, New Mexico gun ban

FIRST ON FOX: Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are seeking testimony from a Justice Department official over the department‚Äôs lawsuit against SpaceX — in which the administration accused Elon Musk‚Äôs company of discriminating against refugees and asylees ‚Äď as well as other concerns including an alleged inaction over a recent gun order by the […]

Dem Rep. Gonzalez: Mexico Needs to Be Sanctioned if It Doesn’t Stop Migrant Flow

On Monday‚Äôs edition of NBC‚Äôs ‚ÄúMeet the Press NOW,‚ÄĚ Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) stated that Mexico has not been a good neighbor to the U.S. and the Biden administration needs to threaten the Mexican government with sanctions if Mexico fails to secure its own southern border and stop the flow of migrants before it reaches

Video shows train filled with migrants heading toward US southern border from Mexico

A FerroMex train out of Zacatecas, Mexico and heading toward the U.S. southern border was packed with migrants who could be heard cheering while hanging off the sides of the cars, video shows. The train was captured on video on Sunday, despite the U.S. sending a stern message to migrants: “do not come.” Border patrols […]

Biden-Appointed Judge Blocks New Mexico Governor’s Concealed Carry Ban

SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images/Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images U.S. District Judge David Herrera Urias, a Joe Biden appointee, issued a temporary restraining order against New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s (D) concealed carry ban Wednesday afternoon. Breitbart News reported that Grisham’s ban took effect September 8, 2023, prohibiting open and concealed carry

White House Apologizes After Making Error About Deceased Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson

White House Apologizes After Making Error About Deceased Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson Bonnie Cash/UPI/Bloomberg via Getty Images President Joe Biden’s White House apologized after issuing a statement that contained an error about deceased former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson’s (D) family following his passing over the weekend. Richardson passed on Saturday at 75

Feds Bust Illegal Alien Smuggling Ring in New Mexico, Arizona, California

Federal prosecutors have arrested and indicted a number of foreign nationals associated with the ‚ÄúLopez Crime Family‚ÄĚ transnational criminal organization whom they allege had been operating an illegal alien smuggling business across New Mexico, Arizona, and California. Last week, prosecutors announced that ten foreign nationals had been indicted by a federal grand jury, and six

Sinaloa Cartel exports fentanyl ‚Äėkitchens‚Äô from Mexico to Colombia amid international crackdown

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico ‚ÄĒ On March 16, two Mexican nationals arrived at El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia. As both were getting off the plane, Colombian National Police officers approached them and asked for their documents. Even though they provided counterfeit passports using fake identities, the Colombians knew that their real names were Carlos […]

Hurricane Hilary grows off Mexico and could reach California as a very rare tropical storm

Hurricane Hilary strengthened to a Category 4 storm off the coast of Mexico Friday and was barreling towards the Southwest ‚ÄĒ threatening to drench Southern California this weekend as the state‚Äôs first tropical storm in nearly a century. The hurricane ‚ÄĒ the eighth named storm of the season ‚ÄĒ packing wind speeds of close to […]

Sonic employee arrested in New Mexico after cocaine found in customer’s hot dog: police

An employee at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant in New Mexico was arrested after he lost his bag of cocaine that somehow ended up on a customer’s hot dog, according to police. Jeffrey David Salazar, 54, faces a felony charge for possession of a controlled substance, the Espanola Police Department said in a press release. Police […]

Cartel Gunmen Pose as Federal Police During Border State Kidnapping in Mexico

The recent kidnapping of two teenagers in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas revealed the use of cloned police vehicles and uniforms by Gulf Cartel gunmen to carry out enforcement operations. The gunmen impersonated members of Mexico‚Äôs National Guard. The kidnapping took place earlier this month in San Fernando ‚ÄĒ one of the cities hardest

GUILTY: Texas Man Purchased Gun Used by Cartel for Kidnap, Murder of U.S. Citizens in Mexico

John Moore/Getty Images A Texas man pleaded guilty to buying a gun for the Gulf Cartel used by gunmen in Mexico during a kidnapping where two U.S. citizens were murdered. Roberto Lugardo Moreno, age 42, appeared before a federal judge in Brownsville, Texas, and pleaded guilty to a weapon smuggling charge. U.S. District Judge Rolando

Illegal Alien, Accused of Killing K9 Officer Ned Byrd, Captured in Mexico After Escaping from Virginia Jail

An illegal alien, accused with his illegal alien brother of murdering K9 officer and sheriff’s deputy Ned Byrd last year, has been captured in Mexico after having escaped from a Virginia jail on April 30. Illegal alien brothers Alder Alfonso Sotelo and Arturo Marin Sotelo, both from Mexico, were arrested and charged last year with the murder of 48-year-old Byrd

Passenger bus falls off cliff in Mexico, at least 18 dead and more than 30 injured: report

Authorities in Mexico said a bus fell off a cliff on the western side of the country, leaving at least 18 people dead and more than 30 others injured, including nearly a dozen children, according to a report. The Nayarit prosecutor’s office said Sunday evening the bus fell approximately 50 feet down a ravine on […]

Over 200 inactive oil, gas wells plugged in New Mexico

Land managers in one of the top oil and gas producing states in the U.S. have plugged more than 200 inactive wells on state trust lands. The work has resulted in a nearly 20% decrease in the number of abandoned wells on state trust lands. The state has saved taxpayers at least $20 million in […]

Mexico kidnapping, killing put cartel threat in stark relief and this needs to happen

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! More¬†than 30,000 people¬†lost their lives to narco-violence in Mexico in 2022. More than 100,000 Americans lose their lives every year as¬†opioid and fentanyl poison¬†‚Äď among other narcotics ‚Äď pour into our nation.¬†Thousands of women and children also disappear either on their journey to the nearly 2,000 mile […]

Connecticut child porn fugitive since 2012 nabbed at Texas border attempting to return from Mexico

The U.S. Marshals Service announced on Monday the arrest of a Connecticut child porn suspect at the Texas border while he attempted to return from Mexico.¬† Thomas Marcel¬†has been on the lam for more than a decade after failing to appear before a Connecticut State judge in Norwich on Oct. 22, 2012.¬† He had been […]

New Mexico produced over 53,000 tons of chile peppers last season

They are really spicing things up in New Mexico. The Land of Enchantment produced more than 53,000 tons of chile peppers worth more than $46.2 million during its last growing season of 2022. The staggering statistic, released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture, reflects a 4.5 percent increase […]

Cuellar: Mexico Needs to Do More on Fighting Crime, Drugs, They Ignore our Intelligence Sometimes

On Monday‚Äôs broadcast of Bloomberg‚Äôs ‚ÄúBalance of Power,‚ÄĚ Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) stated that Mexico can do more to work with the United States on fighting crime and drugs and that the Mexican government sometimes fails to act on intelligence that the United States gives it. Cuellar stated that ‚ÄúMexico is doing some of the

8 Mexico City Cops Arrested on Extortion, Kidnapping Charges

Eight police officers in Mexico City face kidnapping charges in connection with a fake raid that they used to allegedly kidnap a victim and demand an extortion fee last week. The Mexico City‚Äôs Attorney General‚Äôs Office announced the arrests of eight local police officers identified as Daniel, Alfredo, Luz Andrea, Jennifer, Irving, Joel, √Āngel Iv√°n

Authorities Find New Mass Grave Following Cartel Bar Massacre Investigation in Mexico

An ongoing investigation into a mass shooting at a local bar in central Mexico led authorities to a clandestine mass grave where authorities found more than 5src bags of human remains. So far, authorities in the city of Irapuato, Guanajuato, have found a total of 53 bags containing human remains. The search continues. The current

Democrat Gov. Grisham’s New Mexico Supreme Court Appointees Allow Illegal Aliens to Become Lawyers

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham‚Äôs (D) appointees on the New Mexico Supreme Court have greenlit a plan that allows illegal aliens to become licensed attorneys. Following other sanctuary states, a rule change backed by the New Mexico Supreme Court will allow illegal aliens to practice law in the state. The sanctuary state of California¬†enacted a similar…

New Mexico: Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham, Republican Mark Ronchetti Statistically Tied in Latest Poll

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) is statistically tied with Republican challenger Mark Ronchetti in the state‚Äôs latest gubernatorial poll. The poll, conducted by¬†GQR Research/EDF Action, shows Grisham leading by about four percentage points with 48 percent compared to Ronchetti‚Äôs 44 percent. The margin of error, though, is +/- 4.4 percentage points ‚ÄĒ putting…

Mexico Expected a Migration Spike in 2021, Says Official

Officials in Mexico say they expected a spike in mass migration in 2021 due to the impact of natural disasters, failed economies, and the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Natural disasters, economic turmoil, and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic during 2020 pointed to a spike in mass migration, Mexican officials said last week.…

New Mexico city banning police chokeholds in $6.5M wrongful death settlement

A New Mexico city will pay $6.5 million to the family of a Mexican American man who died after he was placed in a¬†chokehold¬†during a traffic stop.The settlement agreement between Las Cruces, New Mexico, and¬†the family of Antonio Valenzuela stipulates that the city has to pay within¬†30 days and promises the local government will undertake…

Nine Things to Know About the New U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement.

Donald Trump came closer to fulfilling one of his signature campaign promises Sunday night when the U.S. and Canada agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, or USMCA. Canada gave in on several fronts it had been resisting, although it won a crucial fight over how […]

Trump: New Trade Deal With Canada, Mexico ‘Solves The Many Deficiencies And Mistakes In NAFTA’

Trump Announces New Trade Deal With Canada, Mexico President Donald Trump announced a new trade deal between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, in a Monday morning tweet. ‚ÄúLate last night, our deadline, we reached a wonderful new Trade Deal with Canada, to be added into the deal […]

BREAKING: Judge Drops All Charges Against 3 ‘Extremist Muslims’ Found At New Mexico Compound.

District Judge Emilio Chavez dismissed all charges against three of the five “extremist Muslims” connected to the New Mexico compound on Wednesday, claiming that prosecutors did not move fast enough in the case according to the state’s laws. “Child abuse charges against Lucas Morton, Subhannah Wahhaj and Hujrah Wahhaj were dropped because prosecutors missed the […]

BREAKING: NAFTA is Out, a New Trade Deal With Mexico is Officially Here.

Speaking from the White House Monday morning, President Trump announced a reboot of NAFTA after weeks of negotiations with Mexico. “They used to call it NAFTA, we’re going to call it the United States Mexico Trade Agreement,” Trump said from the Oval Office, saying NAFTA has a negative connotation. “It‚Äôs a big day for trade. […]

Nasdaq hits 8,000 for the first time as US and Mexico move closer to striking NAFTA deal.

Predictable market reaction to reduction in trade tensions Stocks jumped on Monday as the United States and Mexico drew closer to a deal on NAFTA. Investors also digested reassuring comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on the central bank’s policy-tightening path. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 0.6 percent to an all-time high, breaking above 8,000 […]

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