Stories tagged: "mexico"


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Arizona Remittances to Mexico Continued to Surge Through Pandemic

The economic upheaval of the pandemic did little to slow the remittances sent home to Mexico by workers in Arizona.

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Southern Arizona Succulent Designated as a ‘Threatened’ Species

The US Fish and Wildlife Service is designating an Arizona succulent as a “threatened” species under the Endangered Species Act.

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Tucson Cathedral Welcomes Return of Mariachi Mass After Silence During COVID Pandemic

After more than a year of silence due to the pandemic, mariachis are back playing Sunday services at Tucson’s St. Augustine Cathedral.

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Mexicans in the US Sent Billions to Mexico Despite COVID-19 Vulnerability

In 2020, economic charts show that Mexicans broke records by sending billions to their loved ones in Mexico.

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What Will Happen to Trump’s Unfinished Border Wall After He’s Out of Office?

The US/Mexico southern border is 2,000-miles in length, only 415 miles from Trump's wall have been constructed.

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Here’s What You Can Do to Help Central Americans Devastated by Hurricane Eta

These five organizations are raising funds to help people in Central America affected by the hurricane.

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Trump Tries Blaming Mexico for Arizona’s Latest COVID Outbreak

Trump's unfounded claim is at odds with the opinion of health experts, who say the state's hasty reopening led to the virus' resurgence.