David Luhnow

Wall Street Journal

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Latin America Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal, based in Mexico City

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The government reopens (for now) after Trump caves on his wall demands.

The only way to fix it is to end it

The government reopens (for now) after Trump caves on his wall demands.

from Left, Right & Center

When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

Mexico's Presidential Election and the War on Drugs

When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

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In the California recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom crushed the opposition 64 to 36, though votes are still being counted as of noon on Wednesday.

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In an hour-long interview, Newsom recall candidate Larry Elder discussed his libertarian policies and why he won’t debate other Republicans.

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The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash is cultivating native plant species in its nursery — as a way to preserve its indigenous culture.

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