The risks of medical tourism are depicted in a study of U.S patients who traveled to two clinics for procedures like tummy tucks and butt lifts — and were exposed to a virulent fungal meningitis.
Thousands of demonstrators cloaked in pink marched through cities in Mexico and abroad on Sunday in what they called a "march for democracy" targeting the country's ruling party.
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Republicans contend Mayorkas' "willful and systemic refusal to comply with the law" on immigration amounts to "high crimes and misdemeanors" for failing to manage the U.S.-Mexico border.
The town of Jacumba, on the California-Mexico border, has experienced a massive influx of migrants. Unofficial detention camps have popped up throughout the community. Then one day, something changed.
Since 2020, the 800-acre Central de Abastos market has reduced daily food waste by 24% and delivered almost 800 tons of unsold food to soup kitchens.
Both sides in the talks face pressure to reach an agreement after past steps like limiting direct travel into Mexico or deporting some migrants failed to stop the influx.
Immigration has become one of the cornerstone issues of the 2024 campaign as GOP presidential hopefuls try to stand out as the toughest on both illegal and legal immigration.
Jesús Ociel Baena was the first openly nonbinary person to assume a judicial post in Mexico, breaking through barriers in a country where LGBTQ+ people are often targeted with violence.
Dozens of people have died after Hurricane Otis made landfall last week.
Dozens of people are still missing as aid slowly continues to flow into the region. Otis rapidly intensified to a Category 5 storm before crashing ashore last week.
The Category 5 storm slammed into Mexico's Pacific coast early Wednesday, killing at least 27 people, with at least four still missing.
Four people were missing as tens of thousands of residents in damaged homes without electricity awaited help more than a day after Otis roared ashore in Acapulco.
Venezuelans replaced Mexicans for the first time on record, according to new figures that show September was the second-highest month for arrests of all nationalities.