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In Mexico's own Motor City, billion-dollar investments but also fear of Trump's trade moves

A growing auto industry fueled by the North American Free Trade Agreement transformed a swath of central Mexico. Now the region, along with the trade pact, faces an uncertain future.

A victim of its own industrial success, China's hanger capital is now just hanging on

In Lipu, workers produced billions of hangers that filled closets from Savannah, Ga., to Stockholm. These factories now struggle to find workers, as wages rise and the population grays.

A FEMA program has sheltered thousands of Puerto Ricans since Hurricane Maria. But now the evacuees fear its days are numbered

Critics of the Transitional Sheltering Assistance program want a more permanent solution for displaced families unable to find affordable housing.

As central figures in immigration debate, many Latinos answer call of the Border Patrol

When the Border Patrol was established in 1924, Latinos were a tiny minority. Now, they make up a little more than 50% of the agency.

Government wants to take blighted property neglected after L.A. riots; owner objects

Ever since the 1992 riots, there have been promises but not changes at the corner of Vermont and Manchester avenues.

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