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Nearshoring, energy highlighted at Council of the Americas conference in Mexico City

The conference exhibited a congenial tone of strengthening Mexico's economic potential through the organization's tenets of free trade.

$1.32 billion approved for migrant aid, affordable housing in Chicago

Chicago City Hall conservatives faced a rout as the dual progressive spending measures easily passed through city council.

Markets keep losing as inflation continues to take its toll

Following the biggest selloff of the year, Wall Street continued to suffer losses as sticky inflation and increasingly hawkish talk from the Federal Reserve frustrated investors.

California unemployment rate holds steady in March

Counties with the highest unemployment rate include Colusa, Imperial and Tulare, while San Mateo County had the lowest.

Turbulent world forces EU toward new industrial push, less Green Deal

A new buzzword is ringing in the halls of Brussels: competitiveness. European Union leaders are busy debating how to boost their industries and compete with the United States, China and Russia.

UN says solutions exist to rapidly ease debt burden of poor nations

Secretary General Rebeca Grynspan said the dire situations many countries face stem more from cascading crises suffered during the Covid-19 pandemic than from government mismanagement.