Woman hits lottery for third time with $2M scratch-off win, and she's not planning to stop: 'Having fun'
A woman in California has won the lottery for the third time from a scratch-off game. She mistakenly thought she won $2,000 this time, but it was actually $2 million.
America's downtown areas slowly springing back to life research on cell phone activity reveals
Across the country, cell phone data is being used to track the rate of downtown recovery post-pandemic in a new study. The study showed the southern part of the U.S. is bouncing back.
Formerly homeless woman in California wins $5M lottery on ticket purchased at Walmart: 'Just random'
A lottery winner from California briefly recalls how she was homeless in 2017 and is now in a different place with her "random" $5 million scratch-off win.
US challenges Mexico’s plan to phase out imports of corn from GMO seeds
During 2022, Mexico purchased nearly $5 billion worth of corn from the U.S., making it the second largest importer after China. US exports to Mexico are GMO based.
Tesla to build a manufacturing plant in Mexico
Monterrey, Mexico, will host Tesla's newest electric vehicle EV plant. Tesla's newest gigafactory will come on top of recent expansions in China and Germany, and plans to increase Austin's capacity.
US to pay for new wind power plants in Mexico, country's president says
Mexico’s president shared that he expects the U.S. government to provide interest-free loans to build four wind-power farms in Mexico.
US farmers sound alarm on single-most catastrophic thing headed for corn crops
American corn farmers sound alarms over the possibility of losing their businesses and billions of dollars to Mexico's plan to ban genetically modified corn yields.
United States, Mexico far from reaching agreement over plan to ban imports of genetically modified corn
Mexico plans to ban imports of genetically modified corn for human consumption. The United States and Mexico are still far from an agreement regarding the plan.
Ford opens $260M campus in Mexico
Ford's $260 million investment will host 9,000 employees and build the largest engineering center in Mexico. The campus will be designed for hybrid work.
Mexican airlines could hit turbulence if US recession fears worsen
As U.S. recession fears worsen, Mexican airlines are bracing for turbulence as US tourism makes up for a large part of their business and a recession would lead to less Americans traveling.
USDA approves the export of Jalisco Mexican avocados to US
The U.S. government, through its Department of Agriculture, authorized the entry of Mexican avocados from the Jalisco region.
Autonomous Mayflower arrives in North America
A crewless robotic ship trying to take the route of the Mayflower's 1620 sea voyage has landed in North America, but this time in Canada instead of Massachusetts.
Vacation home top picks revealed by booking website Vrbo: 'Above and beyond'
Take travel and decor inspiration from these vacation homes named the "2022 Vacation Homes of the Year" by Vrbo, an online vacation home rental platform.
Ulysses S. Grant revolver set sold for $5.17M at auction
Two revolvers that once belonged to Union Army General Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president of the U.S., have been sold for a sum of $5.17 million.
Ringling Bros. by the numbers: History behind America's largest circus
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is making a comeback after closing its curtains in 2017.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus gearing up for first tour in five years
The tour, which will kick off in cities around the U.S. starting in September 2023, comes at a time when consumers are in need of "plain, simple fun," Kenneth Feld, CEO of Feld Entertainment, which operates the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, told FOX Business.
Mexico avocado ban could leave US 'lost' for guacamole
Restaurateurs prepare for an avocado shortage after the U.S. halted all Mexican imports, cutting 80% of the crop's national supply.
Californians head south of the border to find more affordable housing
Californians are increasingly making the move to Tijuana, Mexico, in order to find affordable housing
Mexico ends year with inflation at 7.36%, most in 20 years
Mexico ended 2021 with an annualized inflation rate of 7.36%, the highest in 20 years, the national statistics institute said Friday.
Americans largely moved to 'low-density' states in 2021: Study
Americans moved around a lot in 2021, and some states seem to be more popular than others.