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Bartender Robin Miller mixes a round of mezcal margaritas at Espita Mezcaleria in Washington, D.C. As U.S. drinkers embrace mezcal, investors are flocking south to the heart of Mexico's mezcal country, and local incomes are rising. Kevin Leahy/NPR hide caption

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America's Growing Taste For Mezcal Is Good For Mexico's Small Producers

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Venezuela's Supreme Court Attacked By Rogue Police Helicopter

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During a protest in Caracas this week, an opposition activist stands near graffiti against a proposal by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to rewrite the constitution. A political and economic crisis has spawned often violent demonstrations by protesters demanding Maduro's resignation. Federico Parra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cuban Bloggers Worry U.S. Tensions Could Create Chilling Effect

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Brazilian President Michel Temer arrives at a signing ceremony in Brasilia on Monday. The country's prosecutor general has requested formal corruption charges against Temer. Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Maria Guadalupe Guereca, 60, visits the grave of her son Sergio Hernandez Guereca at the Jardines del Recuerdo cemetery in Juarez, Mexico, earlier this year. Her son was shot by a U.S. agent across the border in 2010. Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds Of Carrier Factory Jobs To Move To Mexico

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Behind Mexico's Most Violent Month

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A crash in oil prices and political instability under President Nicolas Maduro has led to food shortages. And that has prompted almost daily street protests by thousands of Venezuelans. Here opposition activists march on the Francisco Fajardo Highway in Caracas on June 19. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For The Venezuelan Opposition, Protests Are 'Like A War'

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Bike Race Symbolizes Colombia's Transition From War To Peace

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