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Inside the Refugee Camp on America's Doorstep

MATAMOROS, Mexico -- A butter yellow sun rose over the crowded tent camp across the river from Texas, and a thick heat baked the rotten debris below, a mixture of broken toys, human waste and uneaten food swarming with flies.Clothing and sheets hung from trees and dried stiff after being drenched and muddied in a hurricane the week before.As residents emerged from the zipper-holes of their canvas homes that morning in August, some trudged with buckets in hand toward tanks of water for bathing an...
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Here are 5 ways investors should position their portfolios if Joe Biden wins, according to a top investment strategist

Drew Angerer/Getty Images BNY Mellon told us  how the firm is positioning client portfolios in anticipation of the election outcome.Large-cap companies are expected to benefit the most given that they are more tied to the global economy and could benefit from a weaker dollar.The bank said it is making asset allocation changes right now on the basis of fundamentals, not who wins the election.Here are five ways investors should position their portfolios if Joe Biden wins, according to Jeff M...
Tags: Mexico, China, Russia, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Canada, Federal Reserve, Biden, Morgan Stanley, Mortimer, Jpmorgan, Don, BNY Mellon, US China, Jeff Mortimer


Mexico will not follow FDA in approving Gilead's COVID-19 drug

Mexico will not necessarily follow the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in approving Gilead Science Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir for use in COVID-19 patients, a top Mexican health official said on Friday. Mexico's health regulator Cofepris has already twice denied approval for the drug with a "non-favorable" opinion, deputy health minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell told his regular nightly news conference.
Tags: News, Mexico, Fda, U S Food and Drug Administration FDA, Gilead, Hugo Lopez Gatell, Gilead Science Inc, Cofepris


STRAP TECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES GROUND BREAKING DEVICE TO AID THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

First Ever Wearable Device to Help Blind People Navigate Without a White CaneSTRAP Technologies announced today, the creation of a hands-free device designed to be worn by the visually impaired to allow for more independence and mobility. STRAP is the world’s first total replacement of the white cane. STRAP is a wearable, hands-free, device with an innovative array of sensors that work by sending real-time information that detect obstacles at the head, chest, and below — including oncoming bum...
Tags: Startups, News, Mexico, Startup, Tech, Austin, Research and development, Austin Texas, Guadalajara Mexico, Austin Startups, Roel, Diego Roel, STRAP Technologies


I spent 7 nights working from a 5-star resort in Arizona. From live-music happy hours to poolside cabanas, here's what the 'Work From Hyatt' program was like.

Morning yoga and stretching with Teddy the pug in Allegria Garden at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona. Michelle Gross Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on nonessential travel, 2020 has largely been a year of canceled work trips. In an effort to incentivize business and leisure travelers alike, hotel brands like Hyatt have been rolling out 'workation' packages at deeply discounted rates. Freelance writer Michelle Gross spent a week spent working at the 5-star ...
Tags: New York, Mexico, Trends, New York Times, Arizona, Hilton, Marriott, Jp Morgan, Keurig, Wall Street Journal, Ahmed, Hyatt, Michelle, Cabo San Lucas, Jersey City, South Beach


Learn About Mexico's 'Day of the Dead' in Trailer for a Doc Experience

"Each year, for one day, the dead return." Epic Pictures is releasing this observational documentary film experience titled Day of the Dead to celebrate the Mexican tradition. The film's full title is officially Day of the Dead: A Celebration of Life, and it's made by a graphic designer / doc filmmaker named Denise Richards. Each year, the spirits of the dead return to visit the living in this fascinating look into the famous Mexican tradition, Day of the Dead also known as Día de Los Muerto...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mexico, Documentaries, Pixar, Denise Richards, Dia de los Muertos, To Watch, Epic Pictures


‘Dreamland’ Trailer: Margot Robbie Becomes a Fugitive Bank Robber During the Great Depression

Margot Robbie already has quite the reputation as a big screen criminal thanks to her fantastic portrayal of The Joker’s ex-girlfriend, the Clown Princess of Crime, Harley freakin’ Quinn. But this fall, Paramount Pictures has her on the run from the law in a very different kind of movie. Dreamland finds Margot Robbie playing a fugitive bank robber on the run from the law in the middle of the Great Depression. Desperate to make an escape to the Southern border, she’ll do whatever she has to in o...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Drama, Mexico, America, Quinn, Movie Trailers, Paramount Pictures, Margot Robbie, Terrence Malick, Tribeca, Harley, Clyde, Indiewire, Eugene, Miles Joris-Peyrafitte


Analysis: Biden win would lift Mexico-U.S. ties but energy is 'canary in the mine'

A Joe Biden presidency would lower border tensions and raise pressure on Mexico to respect U.S. business interests as the two neighbors implement a trade deal designed to claw back jobs from China, officials and industry sources say. The Democratic former vice president on Nov. 3 aims to unseat Republican President Donald Trump, who has stirred up tensions with Mexico over trade and border security ever since he referred to Mexican migrants as rapists and drug runners at the outset of his 2015-...
Tags: News, Mexico, China, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Nov, Lopez Obrador


This Mexican town has regained its 'magic' status

Mexcaltitán, a tiny island town near the Pacific Coast in Mexico, has regained its "magic" status. Find out why this flood-prone village casts such a spell on people who travel there.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, Pacific Coast


These are the top 10 countries to retire in, according to US expats who made the move well before the coronavirus pandemic

Where would you want to retire? Thomas Barwick/Getty Images International Living's Retirement Index, an annual comprehensive guide to global retirement destinations curated by US expats, was released.The ranking takes several factors into consideration, including the cost of healthcare, the cost of living, the process of obtaining a visa and owning property, the access to entertainment, and the ease of assimilation.Five Latin American countries made the list, followed by three European coun...
Tags: Personal Finance, New York, Mexico, France, Retirement, US, Trends, Wealth, Spain, Features, Colombia, Malaysia, Portugal, Miami, Vietnam, Ecuador


Six of Mexico’s Biggest Festivals Team for Un Festival Mexicano

Mexican festivals, as in most of the world, were hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis, with many forced to cancel, reschedule or go online. Led by the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG), six of the country’s most important festivals have banded together to create Un Festival Mexicano, an in person event running Nov. 20-27 in […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Festivals, Guadalajara Film Festival, Los Cabos, Ambulante


Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida

If you could live anywhere, where would it be? For one well-traveled British couple (he’s a frequent-flying businessman; she’s in the hospitality industry), it’s the tropics of Mexico. They moved to the colonial city of Mérida in 2007, beguiled by the “wonderful weather and Yucatan lifestyle,” he says. Now that they’ve transformed a derelict 100-year-old building in the heart of the historic district into an eclectic and airy home, there’s nowhere else they’d rather be. “Mérida is an interesting...
Tags: Books, Mexico, Mexico City, Swimming Pools, House Tour, Merida, Remodel & Renovation, Architecture & Interiors, Antiques & Vintage, Wall Lights, DIY Ideas, Taller Estilo Arquitectura, Marble Bathrooms, Colonial City, Cement Floors, Tiled Floors


Trump falsely claims that only migrants with 'the lowest IQ' return for their court dates after being arrested by US immigration authorities

U.S. President Donald Trump waves as he tours a section of new U.S.-Mexico border wall built in San Luis, Arizona, U.S., June 23, 2020 Carlos Barria/Reuters President Donald Trump falsely claimed that only immigrants with "the lowest IQ" return for their court dates when released after being arrested by US immigration authorities. Trump's comments during Thursday's presidential debate referenced a policy often called "catch and release," where migrants are released from DHS custody pending...
Tags: Politics, News, Mexico, White House, Immigration, Nbc News, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Dhs, Family Separation, Aclu, Donald Trump, Department Of Homeland Security, Doj, Justice Department


Lake Elsinore residents accused of scamming older people into sending them money

Three men accused of conspiring with others outside the country to steal money from elderly Inland Empire residents and people elsewhere in the U.S., claiming they were federal agents collecting fines connected to warrants, were arrested Thursday on federal charges. Anuj M. Patel, 30, and Elmer Miranda Barrios, 35, both of Lake Elsinore, along with Barrios’ cousin, 36-year-old William Margarito Barrios of Mexico, were indicted this month for alleged conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud...
Tags: News, Mexico, Theft, India, Office, Sport, Soccer, United States, Glendale, San Diego, Local News, Lapd, Montrose, U S District Court, Los Angeles County, U S Department of Homeland Security


Caribbean system could affect Florida; Hurricane Epsilon's winds drop to 85 mph near Bermuda

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — South Floridians should keep an eye on an area of low pressure in the southwestern Caribbean Sea between Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and Cuba. The system is likely to bring heavy rain to South Florida through early next week. It's too early to tell if the system will track over the peninsula. It has a 10% chance of developing in the next two days and a 30% chance of ...
Tags: Florida, News, Mexico, Cuba, Caribbean, Yucatan Peninsula, Bermuda, South Florida, Fort Lauderdale Fla, Caribbean Sea


Mexico broadcaster: Pope's civil union quote not broadcast

A Mexican television broadcaster confirmed Thursday that Pope Francis' bombshell comments endorsing same-sex civil unions were made during a May 2019 interview that was never broadcast in its entirety.
Tags: Mexico, Pope Francis, Pope


Cartel battles stun once-peaceful state in central Mexico

The two most powerful drug cartels in the hemisphere are battling over the industrial and farming hub of central Mexico — a state that has attracted gangs for the same reason it has lured auto manufacturers: road and rail networks that lead straight to the U.S. border. Guanajuato was long a relatively tranquil and well-heeled part of Mexico, a state famed for colonial tourist towns such as San Miguel de Allende, the annual Cervantes culture festival and sprawling factories building cars for the...
Tags: News, Mexico, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende


Mexico reaches deal to pay water debt to US

Mexico announced Thursday it has reached a deal with the United States to pay the shortfall in its annual contribution of water from border-area rivers by giving the U.S. Mexico's rights to water held in border dams that normally supply cities and towns downstream. The agreement announced Thursday allows Mexico to meet the Oct. 24 deadline which, if missed, could have endangered a cross-border water sharing treaty that greatly benefits Mexico. Mexican officials has also worried the water debt ...
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Drug tunnels discovered under Mexico City reveal an ongoing battle between criminal groups

The Central de Abasto wholesale market in Mexico City, April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Gustavo Graf An October 9 raid on the sprawling Central de Abasto market in Mexico City uncovered several tunnels used to transport drugs between warehouses. The discovery of the tunnels and other materials seized in the raid in Mexico City's largest market reveals how criminal groups continue to compete to control a site that has long been a major hub of illicit activity. Visit Business Insider's homepage for m...
Tags: Mexico, Trends, Mexico City, Daniel Becerril, Reforma, CJNG, Mexican drug cartels, Omar García Harfuch, Military & Defense Contributors, Military & Defense, News Contributor, InSight Crime, Beltrán Leyva Organization, Central de Abasto, Gustavo Graf, Milenio Gang


Facebook adds hosting, shopping features, and pricing tiers to WhatsApp Business

Facebook has been making a big play to be a go-to partner for small and medium businesses that use the internet to interface with the wider world, and its messaging platform WhatsApp, with some 50 million businesses and 175 million people messaging them (and more than 2 billion users overall), has been a central part of that pitch. Now, the company is making three big additions to WhatsApp to fill out that proposition. It’s launching a way to shop for and pay for goods and services in WhatsApp c...
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The final Trump-Biden debate is tonight, and here’s what to expect

By MICHELLE L. PRICE | Associated Press After meeting last month in perhaps the most chaotic debate in modern history, President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, will take the stage tonight — Thursday, Oct. 22 — to give it another go. The bar to improve upon their last prime-time meeting is low: Their first debate was punctuated by frequent interruptions, mostly from Trump, leaving the two men talking over each other and Biden eventually telling the president to “shut up.” A pla...
Tags: Politics, News, Vladimir Putin, Youtube, Mexico, Russia, America, Atlanta, Sport, Joe Biden, Afghanistan, Soccer, United Arab Emirates, Associated Press, Republican, Biden


More and more young professionals are moving back in with their parents during COVID-19. Here's why it may not be a bad thing.

Moving back in with your parents as a young adult isn't strange or unusual. skynesher/Getty Images New data from the Pew Research center shows that the number of US adults ages 18 to 29 who live with their parents has increased during the pandemic, reaching 52% in July.  Jeffrey Arnett, a senior scholar in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, says moving home as an "emerging adults" isn't something new or unusual — in many countries around the world, adults often live with...
Tags: Jobs, Parents, Mexico, China, India, US, Trends, Strategy, United States, Paris, Job Search, Pew Research Center, Nordic, Graduates, Miles, Pew Research


Parents not found for 545 children separated at U.S.-Mexico border: filing

Lawyers and non-profit organizations seeking to reunite immigrant families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by the Trump...
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Google AI Tech Will Be Used For Virtual Border Wall, CBP Contract Shows

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Intercept: After years of backlash over controversial government work, Google technology will be used to aid the Trump administration's efforts to fortify the U.S.-Mexico border, according to documents related to a federal contract. In August, Customs and Border Protection accepted a proposal to use Google Cloud technology to facilitate the use of artificial intelligence deployed by the CBP Innovation Team, known as INVNT. Among other projects, INVNT ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mexico, Virginia, Tech, Dhs, Pentagon, CBP, Donald Trump, Border Patrol, Palmer Luckey, Trump, Customs And Border Protection, Google Cloud, Anduril Industries, Jack Poulson


Trump campaign appeals for votes from recent immigrants with new Facebook ads — despite Trump's overall anti-immigrant rhetoric

US President Donald Trump arrives for a roundtable rally with Latino supporters at the Arizona Grand Resort and Spa in Phoenix, Arizona on September 14, 2020. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has spent tens of thousands of dollars on Facebook ads targeting recent immigrants in battleground states. The ads don't blame them for violence or disease — unlike some of Trump's rhetoric about immigrants — but ask for their votes, in Spanish, and...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, News, Mexico, Immigration, US, Trends, Joe Biden, United States, Arizona, Wisconsin, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Donald Trump, Charles Davis, Kamala Harris


New to Stream: OVID’s November 2020 Movie Lineup

New to Stream: OVID’s November 2020 Movie Lineup OVID.tv, the curated streaming destination for documentaries and art-house films, has announced its November streaming lineup. On November 6, OVID brings out its first post-election release, the restored version of legendary situationist Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, based on his 1967 book. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gp...
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How the US coronavirus outbreak compares to other countries in 11 charts

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomes President Donald Trump to a NATO summit on December 4, 2019. Peter Nicholls/AFP/Getty Images The United States has the most coronavirus cases and deaths of any country in the world. The US ranks eighth in total cases per capita and ninth in deaths per capita. Experts predict the worst of the nation's third surge of new cases is yet to come.  Here's how the nation's coronavirus outbreak compares to other countries on 11 key metrics. Visit ...
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Pope says OK to same-sex civil unions

By NICOLE WINFIELD | Associated Press ROME — Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature-length documentary “Francesco,” which premiered Wednesday at the Rome Film Festival. The papal thumbs-up came midway through the film that delves into issues Francis cares about most, including the environment, poverty, migration, racial and income inequality, and the people most affected by discrimination. “Homosexual people have the right t...
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Rebel Wilson poses in dressing gown in stunning hotel room snap

Rebel Wilson and boyfriend Jacob Busch recently went away to Mexico for a romantic holiday,...
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Mexico's feminist protests grow louder. So does debate over tactics.

Mexican feminist activists have occupied the National Commission for Human Rights office in Mexico City, sparking debate about protest tactics.
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, National Commission for Human Rights office