Mexico Wants Workers In US Vaccinated For COVID-19 Regardless Of Their Immigration StatusLeaders in Mexico are threatening to invoke the labor section of the free trade agreement to pressure for its workers in the U.S. to have access to the COVID-19 vaccine regardless of their immigration status.
US Sen. Ted Cruz: National Defense Authorization Act Is Big Win For Texas Jobs, Big Win For USMore jobs for North Texas and a more secure United States of America. That's the message from United States Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) after the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act.
Austin To Be First US City To Fund Abortion Support ServicesAbortion advocates say Texas' capital of Austin has become the first city in the nation to provide funding toward logistical services for abortion access.
Migrant Woman Who's 8 Months Pregnant Forced Back Into Mexico By USPregnant women face special hazards in Mexico since places where migrants wait to enter the U.S. often don't have access to regular meals, clean water, and medical care.
You, Me, Everybody Loves "Us"! Jordan Peele's Horror Flick Rakes In $70MAfter premiering at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, the horror movie "Us" debuted in theaters this weekend and Jordan Peele has done it again.
Jordan Peele's 'Us' To Premiere At Opening Of SXSW Festival In TexasJordan Peele's "Us" will make its world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin.
Atlanta Girl Raises More Than $13K To Help Migrant FamiliesAfter learning of separated migrant families at the U.S-Mexico border, a 6-year-old girl from Atlanta wanted to help — with a lemonade stand.
Despite Heated Rhetoric, Little Change On US-Mexico BorderIn Tijuana, tens of thousands of commuters still line up weekday mornings for San Diego at the nation's busiest border crossing, some for jobs in landscaping, housekeeping, hotel maids and shipyard maintenance.
'Poor People's Campaign' Set To Launch Near US-Mexico Border Civil right leaders and immigrant rights advocates are launching near the U.S.-Mexico border a new national "poor people's campaign" modeled after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s final crusade.
US, Mexico Eye Closer Energy Ties As NAFTA Talks LoomThe U.S. and Mexico are looking to boost energy ties as the two countries ready for a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
US Halts Some Saudi Arms Sales To Over Yemen Deaths ConcernsThe Obama administration is terminating some sales of military arms to Saudi Arabia over concerns about the killing of civilians in Yemen by a Saudi-led coalition.
US GDP Grows Only 1.2 Percent In Second QuarterGrowth in the U.S. economy was sluggish again in the spring, dashing expectations for a robust rebound after a tough winter.
NIH Funding Study Of Zika Infections In US Olympic AthletesResearchers will study some U.S. athletes for Zika during the summer Olympics and Paralympics in Brazil, to better understand how the virus infects.
Florida Bank Issues First U.S. Credit Card For Use In CubaA small Florida bank will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba. That could make it easier for Americans to travel and work on an island largely cut off from the U.S. financial system.
17 World Cup Fans More Prepared For The Fourth Of July Than YouThese World Cup fans have a leg-up on us all when it comes to showing their patriotism and we all need to take cues from their American ways. Here are 17 World Cup fans that are more prepared for the 4th of July than you: