On January 28, 1917 the United States government gave up the search for Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa. What is officially known in the United States as the "Mexican Expedition" started March 14, 1916 and involved 5,000 U.S military personnel lead by Major General John J. Pershing.
On Oct. 4, 1824, three years after winning independence from Spain and battling the remnants of monarchy, the Mexican people established a republic.
Actions in the U.S. will vary from protests to delivering letters to Mexican government consulate offices.
The accusations, which workers have leveled at the giant range from desecration of the important archeological site of Teotihuacan to the introduction of genetically-modified foods.
The Teamsters have apparently caught the Obama Transportation Department in several contradictions.
Trade unionists from swore mutual support and solidarity for the struggle of Mexico's workers to fight neoliberal economic policies.
Steelworkers led a rally including union members, along with faith-based, community and occupy activists last Saturday, Feb. 25, in solidarity with the Mexican miners.
The first Mexican trucking firm given tentative approval to have its trucks roll over all U.S. roads has flunked.
In a video interview, the president of the National Miners, Metallurgical and Steelworkers Union of Mexico talks about the Mexican government's attack on copper miners.