1A-Chipotle Food sickened over 20 Boston College Students, including Basketball Players

Nothing is going in favor of restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill. Illness cases linked to E. coli outbreak are rising, shares of the company are dropping and people are avoiding its restaurants. Now, Boston College announced on Monday that over 20 of its students, including eight of its men’... read more

Rosarito & Imperial Beach’s ‘friendship agreement’ counters Trump’s immigration remarks

Two cities along the U. S.-Mexico border, viz. Rosarito and Imperial Beach, signed a "friendship agreement" earlier this week with an aim to counter Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump's controversial comments about unauthorized immigrants.

Announcing his presidential candidacy... read more

Here’s why cilantro from Puebla, Mexico, is banned in US

As a result of shortage of sanitation facilities in Mexican produce fields, a product has been banned in the US. However, Mexico is not the only place where there are problems related to field sanitation, according to US farmworker groups.

It was reported that some Mexican farm workers... read more

Mexican Free-Tailed Bats Produce Specific Sound to Catch Their Prey, say Researchers

Scientists while conducting a study on a common species of bats found that the Mexican free-tailed bats produce a specific kind of sound while competing for their food. The study was published in the journal Science.

Scientists found that the noises produced by bats obstruct other bats... read more

Hurricane Odile feared to cause damages to buildings & power in Baja California

Several flights in and out of Los Cabos International Airport were canceled yesterday after Mexico declared a red alert as major Hurricane Odile pushed down on the coastline.

The red alert was issued for Baja California Sur, including the Cabo San Lucas resort area, as the category-3... read more

Hurricane Norbert moves parallel to Mexico’s Baja California peninsula

After damaging numerous homes and forcing hundreds of people in coastal areas to move to higher ground last week, Hurricane Norbert moved parallel to Baja California peninsula of Mexico on Sunday.

Hurricane Norbert created waves of up to 20 feet on Friday and grew to Category 3 status on... read more

US Navy Does Trials of Recovering Orion Spacecraft In View Of Long-Term Space Plans

The new Orion spacecraft of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration will return from its first test flight on December 4 after reaching an altitude of 3,600 miles and will plunge into the Pacific Ocean. These test flights took place from August 1 to August 4, a few hundred miles off... read more

California and Mexico sign energy & climate agreements

The governments of California and Mexico have signed a bilateral agreement to develop and deploy renewable energy technologies.

The agreement, which calls the two governments to work together in the field of clean energy, was signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown and Mexico's Secretary of... read more

Governor Jerry Brown embarks on three-day trip to Mexico

Governor Jerry Brown has left for Mexico to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto discuss trade, illegal immigration and other issues.

The trade mission aims at encouraging Mexico to increase direct investments in the Golden State, promote university exchanges and create environmental... read more

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