Warning labels on subjectively “unhealthy” food haven’t taken hold in this country. But they’ve swept through Latin America in recent years.
Trump Does Not Need Alligators in Moats for a Draconian Anti-Immigration Crackdown—He's Already Outdoing Ike's Harsh 'Operation Wetback'
Trump admires one of the darkest chapters in America's deportation history.
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement includes a handful of protectionist measures that would likely slow the U.S. economy and harm American automakers.
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ICE has already released 300 of 680 detainees, some on "humanitarian grounds."
Short-term holding tanks marked by poor food and unsanitary conditions as immigrants are imprisoned for weeks longer than they should be.
U.S. Asylum Officers Are Asking a Federal Court To Overturn Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Asylum Policy
The labor union for federal asylum officers wrote that Trump's policy is "fundamentally contrary to the moral fabric of our Nation."
Why did a leading businessman go from calling Donald Trump "a national disgrace" to saying he's doing a good job?
And it reveals the major blind spot in Trump's view of how international trade works.
The president still has time to avoid the economic damage, but who knows how much political damage he's already done?
So far, the answer is "maybe."
Even if Trump's tariffs go away, the debilitating economic effects are likely to linger for years.
If the tariffs ramp-up all the way to 25 percent, as Trump has threatened, they would be the biggest tax increase since 1968.
The President's effort to coerce Mexico into blocking the emigration of its own people undermines the distinction between keeping people out and locking them in. It thereby makes US immigration policy analogous to the Berlin Wall.
Politically. Economically. Diplomatically. Legally. Trump's tariff threat against Mexico is a stunningly stupid maneuver no matter how you look at it.
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Nine years after his shooting death on the border, the family of Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca may finally get a chance to hold the border agent accountable.
The plan is likely to backfire and cause more illegal border crossings by the people most desperately in need.
Oh, and the U.S. auto industry wouldn't even last that long.
It's wrong any way you slice it.
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How to ensure lack of transparency and prevent asylum seekers from accessing rights.
"We are used to seeing the federal government make decisions about our surroundings," one resident said.
"The decline is due almost entirely to a sharp decrease in the number of Mexicans entering the country without authorization."
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Candidates used to let political operatives do the dirty work so they could appear above it all. Not Trump.
The court says the government may not prosecute people for possession, use, or home cultivation of marijuana.
Is Trump's anti-immigration position deeply held or just a way of getting the vote out?
Trump's new United States Mexico Canada Agreement mostly maintains the NAFTA status quo, but it sets new mandates for cars made in Mexico and Canada.
Canada holds the upper hand, as the Trump administration and Mexico rush to finalize new trade deal before Friday's critical deadline.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador's populist campaign promised to tackle corruption, impose price controls, and rewrite NAFTA.
The president's trade policy makes as much sense as Canadian Bacon, the farcical 1995 film about a trumped up war against Canada.
Justin Trudeau and others condemn Trump's protectionist tactics, then respond with protectionism of their own.
"Mexican culture cannot be reduced to tacos, oversized sombreros and piñatas." True, but those shouldn't be off-limits either.
You don't have to worry about the wall when you work in the cloud.
It's a story of assimilation and plain old consumer choice.
Coco is legit, which is why people are seeing it in droves.
This isn't the first time the MSM have gotten their tortilla-chip meal provenance wrong.