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Mexico Underlines Sovereignty Amid Tweets on Migrant Caravan

Officials from both countries denied Trump had any influence on Mexico's immigration policy.

Major Mining Conference Coming to Hermosillo

More than 300 companies from all over the world will have a presence at the 13th International Mining Congress.

Pence to Attend Mexico's Presidential Inauguration

The vice president's visit is diplomatic protocol, but an Arizona researcher says it speaks to the administrations' relationship.

'Nothing Will Deter' Catholic Pilgrims Walking to Magdalena, Mexico

Thousands make the October journey to the small town in Sonora to honor a revered saint, despite a highway made dangerous by construction.

New Trade Agreement's Future Could Depend On US Democrats

The congresses of the three countries still have to approve the agreement to put it into action.

Trump, Mexican President-Elect Talk Immigration Over Phone

The conversation touched on an economic development plan for Central America, López Obrador said.

Student Massacre in Mexico Classified as State Crime 50 Years Later

A researcher says still-classified documents can shed light on the perpetrators of the 1968 killings.

New Trade Agreement Aimed at Moving Trucks Through the Border Faster

More than half of the old NAFTA agreement was kept in place.

Leaders, Execs to Meet at Business Summit to Talk US-Mexico Ties

Topics on the agenda include government transition, trade, Mexican government corruption and economic wealth disparity.

Texas Company Gets OK for Natural Gas Exports to Mexico, Beyond

The Energy Department signed off on exports of American natural gas by Mexico Pacific Limited.

Mobile Health Clinics in Arizona Funded by Mexican Government

The clinics offer services to underserved communities and Mexican citizens in the state.

Mexico’s President-Elect Heads to Sonoran Border Towns Friday

The incoming president has a proposal for lower taxes and higher wages in a border zone in northern Mexico.

Cochise County to Hold Town Hall on Sewage Concerns

Vaccination clinic also set to prevent infection

Sadness, Anger On Anniversary Of Mexico City Earthquake

An independent investigation has found many collapsed buildings were violating building code.

Phoenix Aerospace Company Walbar Grows in Guaymas

The turbine-component manufacturer's original facility in Mexico was getting cramped, the president says.

Arizona Financial Technologies Law Helps Foreign Partnerships

Groups are working to encourage the growth of the "fintech" industry in Arizona.

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