For the second time in a month, FAA plans to launch and test drones in West Texas as part of a Congressional mandate to introduce drones into the U.S. commercial airspace has been rebuffed.
The entry of Mexican crude oil into the world's oil supply expected following energy reform in Mexico is predicted to swell a glut of crude that is currently a threat of rising crude prices.
The explosion was the result of a chemical reaction involving corn starch and oxygen, according to a report issued this weekend by the Chihuahua State Attorney General's office.
As the 20th anniversary of NAFTA is marked, officials need to evaluate its lessons.
Analysts are split on the price of crude for 2104 begging the question; How will the nation's largest producing oil field in Texas and New Mexico fare? Even those predicting a fall say very well.
American energy companies and reform-minded Mexicans have waited for Mexico to allow foreign investment and technology into the oil and gas sector. Mexico's Congress has formally approved the move after a contentious debate in Mexico Chamber of Deputies, the equivalent of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Members of the U.S. Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere met with experts in Tucson on Monday hoping to address long border wait times.
The coal industry, along with some states, is suing the federal government over costly pollution-cutting regulations. Environmentalists and public health groups said Tuesday in a federal appeals court the health benefits are worth it.
Lawmakers from three Senate committees in Mexico approved a bill late Monday that would allow U.S. companies like Exxon Mobil and Chevron and others like Royal Dutch Shell in the Netherlands to develop fields in the Gulf of Mexico.
This is the busiest travel time for people living along the border. Visiting relatives and holiday shopping are the main activities.