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North America Is the Key to Central America

OPINION By MATTHEW ROONEY Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* America’s engagement in international trade and global manufacturing supply chains is the cornerstone of the power and prosperity of the United States. The rising chorus of voices arguing that a “go-it-alone” industrial policy will make the United States more secure and more prosperous have misunderstood this simple fact.

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US Tourist in Puerto Vallarta Confirmed to Have Monkeypox

PULSE NEWS MEXICO A 48-year-old tourist from Dallas, Texas, who was visiting the Mexican resort town of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, was confirmed on Tuesday, June 7, to have contracted monkeypox. The man, who presented at a Puerto Vallarta hospital with pustule-like lesions on May 30, allegedly fled the hospital early Friday, June 3, after doctors informed him that he could

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Southwest Airlines Cancels Flights to Mexico City

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF     Southwest Airlines will discontinue its Mexico City routes as of March 30, the airlines announced. The Dallas-based economy airlines, which first began offering daily flights between Mexico City and Houston, Texas, in 2014, said that the decision to cut the service was based on the fact that the route had not proven sufficiently profitable.

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