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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday called for the United States and Mexico to tackle issues ranging from drug violence to aging roads and bridges that hamper trade along the countries' 2,000-mile border.
With the next World Cup still three years away, the United States is already playing games that will affect the national team well into the future.
First they pointed a finger at Spanish cucumbers. Then they cast suspicion on sprouts from Germany. Now German officials appear dumbfounded as to the source of the deadliest E. coli outbreak in modern history, and one U.S. expert called the investigation a "disaster."
The last time they hooked up, Mexico beat the U.S. women for the first time, grabbed an automatic spot in the upcoming World Cup, and forced the Americans to take a circuitous route to the tournament.
Dad of prime suspect in AU murder case proclaims son's innocence; Overzealous enforcement of zero-tolerance policies in high schools could lead to changes; No alcohol breath-test program for D.C. until next spring; Stanley has rocky confirmation hearing for top DYRS job; Md. transit boss to apologize in photo flap; LaHood gives Dulles Metrorail players a month to settle differences
Tom Brady has done plenty of traveling this offseason _ to Brazil for Carnival, to Mexico where he navigated a water slide and to the Kentucky Derby where he sported a Panama hat over his long locks.
A high-level international panel criticized the war on drugs as a failure Thursday and called on governments to undertake experiments to decriminalize the use of drugs, especially marijuana, in order to undermine the power of organized crime.
Nearly two years after a federal judge threw out criminal charges against pharmaceutical executive Zhenli Ye Gon, he remains locked up in a Virginia jail fighting efforts to return him to Mexico, where he once amassed a fortune.
The father of a 41-year-old yoga instructor wanted in the October fatal beating of an American University professor said his son did not commit the crime and was not even in the Washington area at the time of the killing.