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These are the faces representing Ingrid Escamilla, the young woman brutally killed and skinned in Mexico

Another march against femicide took to the streets this weekend, this time in solidarity with 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla, who was found brutally slain a week ago, her body skinned and missing some of its organs.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, Ingrid Escamilla


These are the faces representing the young woman brutally killed and skinned in Mexico

Another march against femicide took to the streets this weekend, this time in solidarity with 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla, who was found brutally slain a week ago, her body skinned and missing some of its organs.
Tags: News, Mexico, Stories, Ingrid Escamilla


Crash-filled Mexico E-Prix won by Jaguar's dominant Mitch Evans

Taking a risk paid off for Mitch Evans as the Jaguar driver secured victory in an action-packed Mexico E-Prix with a fearless overtake at the first corner.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, Jaguar, Mitch Evans


Mexico Formula E: Porsche explains woeful race after Lotterer pole

Porsche driver Andre Lotterer has explained how the team's Mexico City Formula E race fell apart after he scored its first pole position in the series
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Porsche, Lotterer, Andre Lotterer, FE, Autosport


Southern California woman sues Mexican megachurch, says leaders molested her starting at age 12

LOS ANGELES  — A Southern California woman says the father and son leaders of a Mexican megachurch sexually abused her for 18 years starting when she was 12, manipulating Bible passages to convince her the mistreatment actually was a gift from God, according to a federal lawsuit. Sochil Martin, 33, said she was “groomed” from the age of 9 to please the self-proclaimed apostles of La Luz del Mundo, the late Samuel Joaquín Flores and his son Naasón Joaquín García. She was taught erotic dances that...
Tags: Lawsuit, News, Sexual Assault, California, Mexico, Church, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Harvey Weinstein, Associated Press, Local News, Flores, Martin, Garcia


Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez makes his Galaxy debut in preseason loss to Toronto FC

CARSON The regular season is still two weeks away, but Saturday was like the first day of the year for Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez. Hernandez participated in his first official game with the Galaxy, a preseason meeting with Toronto FC at Dignity Health Sports Park in front of 12,200. Hernandez wore the captain’s armband and played 77 minutes before being replaced in the 2-1 Galaxy loss. “If you had a bad performance, it’s good because you’re going to learn and if you have a good performance, y...
Tags: Mexico, Sports, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Houston, Toronto FC, Javier, Hernandez, Real Madrid Manchester United, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Pavón, Hernandez Hernandez, Katai, Aleksandar Katai, Cristian Pavon


Highlights & report: Evans dominates Mexico E-Prix as Bird crashes

Jaguar take dominant win at Mexico City E-Prix with Mitch Evans following brave move.
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, Jaguar, Evans, Mitch Evans


Klobuchar and Steyer couldn't name Mexico's president

2020 Democratic hopefuls Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer both couldn't name the president of Mexico when asked during a Telemundo interview while campaigning in Nevada this week.
Tags: News, Mexico, Stories, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Tom Steyer, Steyer, Telemundo, Klobuchar


Klobuchar and Steyer couldn't name Mexico's president while campaigning in Nevada

2020 Democratic hopefuls Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer both couldn't name the president of Mexico when asked during a Telemundo interview while campaigning in Nevada this week.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Tom Steyer, Steyer, Telemundo, Klobuchar


Formula E Mexico City: Jaguar's Evans dominates crash-filled race

Jaguar driver Mitch Evans claimed a crushing Formula E victory in the Mexico City E-Prix as polesitter Andre Lotterer and pre-event points leader Stoffel Vandoorne crashed out
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Mexico City, Jaguar, Evans, Mitch Evans, Stoffel Vandoorne, Andre Lotterer, FE, Autosport


WeWork is bringing in a new CEO as it tries to right the ship — here's everything that's going on inside the coworking giant

WeWork pulled its IPO in 2019 after mulling a massive valuation cut to drum up investor interest, and cofounder Adam Neumann was ousted as CEO and chairman. WeWork has been slashing jobs and selling or shuttering businesses.  WeWork has announced real-estate veteran Sandeep Mathrani as its new CEO, replacing Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who served as co-CEOs since Neumann was ousted. It's also seen a big board shakeup.  Marcelo Claure will stay on as chairman, according to The Wall S...
Tags: Google, New York, Mexico, Stanford, Wall Street, Softbank, Israel, US, America, San Francisco, Trends, Kanye West, Brooklyn, Aol, Italy, Brookfield


Mexico Formula E: Andre Lotterer gives Porsche first series pole

Porsche scored its first Formula E pole position in only its fourth event courtesy of Andre Lotterer's superpole lap in qualifying for the Mexico E-Prix
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Porsche, Andre Lotterer, FE, Autosport


Ex-Diplomat’s Daughter Charged With First-Degree Murder in Fatal Stabbing

(ROCKVILLE, Md.) — A woman arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing an acquaintance during an argument in a Maryland home has been identified by news reports as a daughter of a former U.S. ambassador. Sophia Negroponte, 27, has been charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Yousuf Rasmussen, 24, of Bethesda, at a residence in Rockville late Thursday, according to Montgomery County police. Negroponte is the daughter of John Negroponte and one of five children that he and his...
Tags: Post, News, Maryland, Washington Post, Mexico, Uncategorized, Philippines, United Nations, Honduras, Baltimore, George W Bush, Bethesda, Montgomery County, Rasmussen, Rockville, John Negroponte


Mexico Formula E: Bird fastest in practice as Abt flown to hospital

Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird was fastest in practice for the Mexico City Formula E race, while Audi's Daniel Abt was flown to hospital after the first session
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Audi, Abt, Sam Bird, Daniel Abt, FE, Autosport


Split driver reaction to Mexico Formula E track changes for 2020

Jaguar driver Mitch Evans says removing two chicanes from the Mexico City circuit is an example of the characteristics of Formula E street tracks being lost as the series evolves
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Mexico City, Jaguar, Mitch Evans, FE, Autosport


The CEO of C. F. Martin & Co. explains why the iconic American brand has endured and prospered since 1833

Chris Martin is the CEO of C. F. Martin & Co., the most famous maker of acoustic guitars in the world. The company was founded by his great-great-great-grandfather, a German immigrant, in 1833. Martin has been steering the company into its third century, tackling numerous challenges while remaining focused on the brand's core value: quality. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Christian Frederick Martin IV is a genial, mellow raconteur who shouldn't be mistaken for a man who d...
Tags: Asia, Indonesia, California, Washington Post, Mexico, China, New York City, US, Trends, Pennsylvania, Porsche, Dolly Parton, Chris Martin, Willie Nelson, Taylor, Forest Stewardship Council


LAFC signs veteran striker Bradley Wright-Phillips

Friday was Los Angeles Football Club’s final practice before the team flies to Mexico to face Leon in its CONCACAF Champions League debut, but before its departure, the club had a new player to formally introduce. After days of speculation, LAFC announced the signing of Bradley Wright-Phillips on Friday morning. The south England native began his career with Manchester City in 2004 and spent his early years playing in the Premier League and EFL Championship, England’s second division. Wright-Phi...
Tags: England, Mexico, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester City, Mls, Carlos Vela, Leon, Lafc, Bradley, Phillips, Bradley Wright Phillips, Red Bulls, Bob Bradley


John Malveaux: Gaspar Yanga - African American Heritage Month presentation at Long Beach City Council

City of Long Beach 4 February 2020 During the speaker portion of February 4, 2020 Long Beach City Council meeting, i briefly shared some African American history that occurred in Mexico. See   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_5c9vRloIU&feature=emb_logo [Author: William J. Zick]
Tags: Mexico, Religion, William J Zick, John Malveaux, Long Beach City Council, Gaspar Yanga African American Heritage Month


Woods to skip first World Golf Championship of the year

Tiger Woods is among four players from the top 10 who are skipping the Mexico Championship next week, a World Golf Championships event with no cut and a $10.5 million purse. Woods, who tied for 10th last year at Chapultepec Golf Club but was never in serious contention, did not offer a reason and was vague when asked about his schedule this week. Brooks Koepka is skipping for the second time in three years, the first time by choice.
Tags: News, Mexico, Golf, Brooks Koepka, Chapultepec Golf Club


Mexican Activists Protest After Gruesome Killing of Woman, Publication of ‘Horrific’ Crime Scene Photos

(MEXICO CITY) — Angry demonstrations broke out in Mexico City on Friday as hundreds of women raged against the gruesome slaying and mutilation of a young woman, a case that has come to personify frustration over the rising incidence of gender-related killings, or femicides. In the morning, dozens of protesters spray-painted slogans such as “We won’t be silenced” on the facade and doorway of the capital’s National Palace as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was holding his daily news con...
Tags: Crime, News, Mexico, Uncategorized, Mexico City, Associated Press, Interior Department, Oaxaca, Ingrid, Manuel, National Palace, Escamilla, PETER ORSI, Onetime, Obrador, Ingrid Escamilla


The most remote train journeys

Train travel has a fresh spotlight on the tourism stage thanks to movements in slow and sustainable travel. One of our greenest choices, trains make us nomads back on the ground level. It’s a strange, meditative speed with ample time to process and daydream. Trains also allow us to roam where roads don’t go and gaze on things planes don’t see. These epic train adventures epitomize this spirit, giving us the best of both journey and destination. 1. Trans-Siberian Railway — Russia, Mongolia, a...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Australia, Mexico, China, Trains, Russia, Singapore, Africa, Toronto, Thailand, Beijing, Malaysia, Moscow


Who is Mexico's president? Ummm... say Democratic candidates

He is the president of a top US trading and security partner but two of the Democratic candidates for the White House couldn't name the leader of Mexico. Asked in a Nevada election forum Thursday held by the Telemundo channel and the League of United Latin American Citizens, neither Amy Klobuchar nor Tom Steyer could recall the name of the leader of America's immediate neighbor to the south: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. "I forgot," said billionaire Steyer, when asked if he could name Mexico's ...
Tags: News, Mexico, White House, US, America, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Tom Steyer, Steyer, Telemundo, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, League of United Latin American Citizens


2020 candidates can't name the Mexican president

Democratic presidential hopefuls Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer couldn't name Mexico's president while campaigning in Nevada.
Tags: News, Mexico, Stories, Tom Steyer, Sen Amy Klobuchar


‘It fills us with rage’: Mexican activists protest femicide at presidential palace

Demonstration stemmed from outrage over killing of Ingrid Escamilla and publication of photos of her mutilated corpseDozens of activists gathered outside Mexico’s presidential palace on Friday to protest violence against women, chanting “Not one murder more” and splashing one of its large, ornate doors with blood-red paint and the words “femicide state”. Related: 'Why did she have to die?' Mexico's war on women claims young artist Continue reading...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, World news, Ingrid Escamilla


Trump Admin to Send Border Patrol Special Ops on Raids in Sanctuary Cities

The Trump administration is sending officers from a special operations unit of the Border Patrol to assist in raids by Immigration Customs and Enforcement in so-called sanctuary cities.The officers from BORTAC, the Border Patrol's version of a SWAT unit, will deploy to New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and various other cities whose local governments forbid law enforcement from working with federal immigration officials, the New York Times reported on Friday. Customs and Border P...
Tags: News, Mexico, New York Times, Customs, Border Patrol, Justice Department, Trump, Border Protection, Payne, Barr, Trump Admin, William Barr, Immigration Customs, New York Chicago San Francisco Los Angeles, Lawrence Payne, Matthew T Albence


Married co-founders are a startup’s secret weapon

“If I was running Clearbanc by myself, it probably would have gone off the cliff eight times at this point,” says Clearbanc co-founder Andrew D’Souza.  “If I were running the company by myself, it would be half its size,” adds Michele Romanow, Clearbanc’s other co-founder. In addition to starting the $420 million-backed fintech company together, D’Souza and Romanow are in a relationship. The two initially met at an event in San Francisco, and followed up with a friendly informational int...
Tags: Startups, TC, Mexico, La, China, Groupon, America, San Francisco, Tech, Canada, United States, Brookfield, Silicon Valley, Dell, Andreessen Horowitz, New York Stock Exchange


Angry protests in Mexico after woman's gruesome killing

Angry demonstrations broke out in Mexico City on Friday as hundreds of women raged against the gruesome slaying and mutilation of a young woman, a case that has come to personify frustration over the rising incidence of gender-related killings, or femicides. In the morning, dozens of protesters spray-painted slogans such as “We won't be silenced” on the facade and doorway of the capital's National Palace as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was holding his daily news conference inside. Not...
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, National Palace, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador


Mexican activists splash presidential palace red, protesting murder of women

An average of 10 women are killed a day in Mexico, and last year marked a new overall homicide record, official data shows. Others graffitied slogans including "they are killing us" on the building's walls and ejected bright flames from cans of flammable spray-paint.
Tags: News, Mexico


Mexican demonstrators splash presidential palace red in protest over murder of women

Demonstrators daubed the words "femicide state" in blood-red on Mexico's presidential palace on Friday, before marching in heavy rain to the offices of newspaper La Prensa to protest against the recent publication of a gruesome image of a murder victim. The Valentine's Day demonstration, led by women, was sparked by the killing of 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla in Mexico City and the publication of graphic photos of her mutilated corpse in newspapers. The protesters, numbering at least 200 and c...
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, La Prensa, Ingrid Escamilla


Utah Funds Public Employees Traveling To Mexico To Save Money On Costly Prescription Drugs

Some states have taken the problem of high prescription drug prices into their own hands.
Tags: Utah, News, Mexico