AccuWeather – Tropical Depression 14-E developed several hundred miles southwest of Mexico on Monday and is expected to strengthen as it moves northward through the middle of the week. This slow strengthening will result in the tropical system reaching tropical storm strength and being given the name Kevin.
DW – German anti-weapons campaigner Jürgen Grässlin has filed charges against Sig Sauer after revelations that a Mexican drug cartel member used one of the company’s 9mm handguns to kill 12 people – including a prominent human rights campaigner.
Mexico News Daily – Friendly people, beautiful beaches and tasty cuisine are among the reasons why expatriates are choosing Mexico as a place to live, ranking it second in a new survey. Ecuador held on to its first-place ranking.
Investing – Mexico stocks were higher after the close on Monday, as gains in the consumer staples, industrials and telecoms services sectors led shares higher.At the close in Mexico, the IPC gained 1.00 percent.
Reuters – Reeling from their worst electoral drubbing in a generation, Mexico’s main opposition parties are poised to join forces in state elections to weaken President Enrique Pena Nieto’s ruling party before the next presidential election.
AP – Immigrants from China and India, many with student or work visas, have overtaken Mexicans as the largest groups coming into the U.S., according to U.S Census Bureau research.
Business Insider – In the last two years, Mexico has become one of the major battlegrounds of the 21st century global food wars. On one side of the battle line is Demanda Colectiva, a collective of 53 scientists and 22 civil rights organizations and NGOs fighting to protect Mexico’s extraordinary wealth of food crop biodiversity; on the other is a coalition of the world’s GMO goliaths led by US agribusiness giant Monsanto.
Empire of Soccer – The New York Cosmos announced the cancellation of their scheduled Colombia vs. Mexico Legends match; the second half of the club’s Hispanic Heritage Night doubleheader at Shuart Stadium on Sept. 22nd.
Latino Fox News – Eleven suspects were arrested in three states on charges that they ran an international network that smuggled people from Central America into the United States via Mexico, the Mexican Attorney General’s Office said.
ESPN – Yugo Aoki singled for Tokyo’s first hit in the seventh inning and then scored on a fielder’s choice to help Japan beat Mexicali 1-0 on Saturday for a spot in the championship game of the Little League World Series.
Sentido Comun -Electric vehicle company Tesla Motors signed an agreement with Bacanora Minerals and Rare Earth Minerals, two companies that own the Sonora Lithium Project, which consists of a set of lithium mines, to acquire lithium hydroxide, a key to their car production.
Sentido Comun – Uber, the company that uses a mobile app by which to hire a shuttle service with private cars and drivers, announced its arrival in Puebla, the sixth city in Mexico in which it offers its services.
Televisa – Sonora’s attorney general confirmed the sale of nine babies by a criminal organization in which two officers were involved. He said a probe is underway to uncover more instances of selling babies.
El Dario – Independent candidates said they will defend themselves against the wave of “antiBronco laws” that limit citizens’ rights to be candidates. Numerous laws have been passed in states such as Chihuahua, Veracruz, Sinaloa, Nuevo Leon and Puebla.
La Prensa de Monclova – Mexicans have developed two video games in which users can “hit” U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump. In both games, different objects can be thrown at the tycoon who has criticized Mexican immigrants and Mexico.
El Economista – The market expects the ratification of Agustin Carstens as governor of the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) because he has the qualities necessary to ensure the confidence required to face the looming turbulent environment.