1. Family killed in Mexico: Funerals held today for Rhonita Miller and her four children  CBS News
  2. ‘Hugs, not bullets’: Mexican security strategy increasingly scrutinized in wake of massacre  USA TODAY
  3. Relatives of slain Mormon family say Mexican cartels are 'worse than ISIS'  Daily Mail
  4. Newt Gingrich: Want to destroy lawless cartels? The starting point may surprise you  Fox News
  5. Families mourn victims killed in Mexico, say it’s like ‘Afghanistan 100 miles from US border’  Fox News
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Rhonita Miller and her four children were buried, including her 8-month-old twinsRhonita Miller and her four children were buried, including her 8-month-old twins

Family killed in Mexico: Funerals held today for Rhonita Miller and her four children - CBS News

The Mexican president's approach to battling crime and violence has come under criticism as U.S. politicians talk of military intervention.The Mexican president's approach to battling crime and violence has come under criticism as U.S. politicians talk of military intervention.

Mexico massacre: Strategy to battle cartels, violence under scrutiny

Funerals began on Thursday in Sonora state for three of the nine LeBaron family victims after the Mexican government said they were ambushed by drug cartels.Funerals began on Thursday in Sonora state for three of the nine LeBaron family victims after the Mexican government said they were ambushed by drug cartels.

Relatives of slain Mormon family say Mexican cartels are 'worse than ISIS' | Daily Mail Online

Outraged family members of the nine Americans killed in a drug cartel ambush in Mexico Monday reportedly urged the country's leaders to accept President Trump’s offer to help destroy the cartels as the first funerals were held Thursday. Outraged family members of the nine Americans killed in a drug cartel ambush in Mexico Monday reportedly urged the country's leaders to accept President Trump’s offer to help destroy the cartels as the first funerals were held Thursday. 

Security forces came under attack and were forced to withdraw after they sought to arrest Ovidio Guzmán López, who is thought to have been running the Sinaloa cartel since his father's arrest in 2014.Security forces came under attack and were forced to withdraw after they sought to arrest Ovidio Guzmán López, who is thought to have been running the Sinaloa cartel since his father's arrest in 2014.

Massive Gun Battle Erupts In Mexico Over Son Of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' : NPR

“This is the time for Mexico, with the help of the United States, to wage WAR on the drug cartels and wipe them off the face of the earth. We merely await a call from your great new president!”

Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "This is the time for Mexico, with the help of the United States, to wage WAR on the drug cartels and wipe them off the face of the earth. We merely await a call from your great new president!"

“Beheadings on camera. Human beings dissolved in sulfuric acid. Bodies hacked to pieces...I am not describing ISIS or al-Qaeda, but rather what is happening across many portions of our shared border with Mexico as drug cartels battle with Mexican governments for control.”

Rep. Chip Roy on Twitter: "Beheadings on camera. Human beings dissolved in sulfuric acid. Bodies hacked to pieces...I am not describing ISIS or al-Qaeda, but rather what is happening across many portions of our shared border with Mexico as drug cartels battle with Mexican governments for control."

“With Mexico, enough is enough. US government should impose sanctions on Mexican officials, including freezing assets, who won’t confront cartels. Cartels are flooding MO w/ meth, trafficking children, & openly slaughtering American citizens. And Mexico looks the other way”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "With Mexico, enough is enough. US government should impose sanctions on Mexican officials, including freezing assets, who won’t confront cartels. Cartels are flooding MO w/ meth, trafficking children, & openly slaughtering American citizens. And Mexico looks the other way"

““The United States had already been helping to bankroll a Mexican military crackdown on traffickers since 2008 under a plan known as the Merida Initiative. And perhaps more important, he failed to mention that cartels sow their terror with American guns.” https://t.co/G1HtmZjMYy”

Christy Thornton on Twitter: "“The United States had already been helping to bankroll a Mexican military crackdown on traffickers since 2008 under a plan known as the Merida Initiative. And perhaps more important, he failed to mention that cartels sow their terror with American guns.” https://t.co/G1HtmZjMYy"

Congressman Vicente Gonzalez published an editorial asking Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to accept the United States’ offer to help secure their country. Back on Tuesday, nine people were killed in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. You can read the full editorial below:Mexico: The time is now or neverBy Congressman Vicente GonzalezAlthough I rarely find myself agreeing with President Donald Trump, on this occasion our views somewhat align.Congressman Vicente Gonzalez published an editorial asking Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to accept the United States’ offer to help secure their country. Back on Tuesday, nine people were killed in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. You can read the full editorial below:Mexico: The time is now or neverBy Congressman Vicente GonzalezAlthough I rarely find myself agreeing with President Donald Trump, on this occasion our views somewhat align.

Congressman Vicente Gonzalez urging Mexican President to accept U.S. offer of help | KGBT

At best, Mexico is a failed state. At worst, it is a rogue state. The silence from politicians who would have otherwise cried intervention speaks volumes.At best, Mexico is a failed state. At worst, it is a rogue state. The silence from politicians who would have otherwise cried intervention speaks volumes.

Drug Legalization And Hugs For Terrorists Won't Solve The Border Crisis

Mexican cartels 'worse than ISIS': massacre victims' kin urge U.S. help

Mexican cartels 'worse than ISIS': massacre victims' kin urge U.S. help

A series of violent incidents last month revealed the deadly power of the cartels, and the weakness of the state. A series of violent incidents last month revealed the deadly power of the cartels, and the weakness of the state.

How Mexico Is Losing the War Against Cartels - VICE

The town of La Mora has been holding funerals for and burying some of the nine women and children who were killed in an attack on Monday.The town of La Mora has been holding funerals for and burying some of the nine women and children who were killed in an attack on Monday.

Killings Show Mexico’s Drug War Is Worsening

A tragic procession in northern Mexico as the first victims of an ambush were laid to rest on Thursday (November 7). Three mothers and six children were killed in a burst of bullets and fire earlier this week. All the victims were U.S. citizens and members of breakaway Mormon communities which settled in Mexico decades ago. Hundreds of family members, some travelling from the United States, have streamed into the remote region to remember those who died. Kenneth Miller lost his daughter-in-law and four grandchildren (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) RELATIVE OF VICTIMS, KENNETH MILLER, SAYING: "It's unimaginable that there are people who could do such a horrible thing to innocent women, innocent children. But there are thousands in this country who have never had justice for their own victims. What I would like to come out of this tragedy is justice for everyone who does not have a voice." Heavily armed military guard the area. Miller said he's grateful for the security, but also pointed out that it's a privilege granted to the community thanks to their dual citizenship. Dawna Ray Langford and her two young sons were killed in the attack. Her mother is calling for action. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MOTHER OF VICTIM, KAREN WOOLLEY, SAYING: "I feel that they really need to get on it and really need to do something and take it very seriously because it is serious. This should not have happened to three women and the children who were all hurt and injured and died needlessly." Both officials and relatives say the killings seem to be the work of the rival Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels battling for control of area. U.S. President Donald Trump has urged Mexico and the United States to "wage war" on the cartels together. ENDSA tragic procession in northern Mexico as the first victims of an ambush were laid to rest on Thursday (November 7). Three mothers and six children were killed in a burst of bullets and fire earlier this week. All the victims were U.S. citizens and members of breakaway Mormon communities which settled in Mexico decades ago. Hundreds of family members, some travelling from the United States, have streamed into the remote region to remember those who died. Kenneth Miller lost his daughter-in-law and four grandchildren (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) RELATIVE OF VICTIMS, KENNETH MILLER, SAYING: "It's unimaginable that there are people who could do such a horrible thing to innocent women, innocent children. But there are thousands in this country who have never had justice for their own victims. What I would like to come out of this tragedy is justice for everyone who does not have a voice." Heavily armed military guard the area. Miller said he's grateful for the security, but also pointed out that it's a privilege granted to the community thanks to their dual citizenship. Dawna Ray Langford and her two young sons were killed in the attack. Her mother is calling for action. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MOTHER OF VICTIM, KAREN WOOLLEY, SAYING: "I feel that they really need to get on it and really need to do something and take it very seriously because it is serious. This should not have happened to three women and the children who were all hurt and injured and died needlessly." Both officials and relatives say the killings seem to be the work of the rival Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels battling for control of area. U.S. President Donald Trump has urged Mexico and the United States to "wage war" on the cartels together. ENDS

First funerals for ambush victims in Mexico [Video]

On Wednesday, in the wake of the murder of nine Americans in Mexico on Monday, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley issued a blunt tweet challenging the Mexican government, writing, “With Mexico, enough is enough. US government should impose sanctions on Mexican officials, including freezing assets, who won’t confront cartels. Cartels are flooding MO w/ meth, trafficking […]On Wednesday, in the wake of the murder of nine Americans in Mexico on Monday, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley issued a blunt tweet challenging the Mexican government, writing, “With Mexico, enough is enough. US government should impose sanctions on Mexican officials, including freezing assets, who won’t confront cartels. Cartels are flooding MO w/ meth, trafficking […]

Mexican Ambassador To U.S. Implies Americans At Fault For Increased Cartel Violence | The Daily Wire

The letter insinuating American demand for illicit substances drives drug cartel violence comes a few days after nine Americans were killed on Monday.The letter insinuating American demand for illicit substances drives drug cartel violence comes a few days after nine Americans were killed on Monday.

Mexican Ambassador Blames Drug Cartel Violence On Addicted Americans

A Mexican drug cartel executed the police officer who arrested the son of crime kingpin ‘El Chapo’ in October; shooting the man 155 times...A Mexican drug cartel executed the police officer who arrested the son of crime kingpin ‘El Chapo’ in October; shooting the man 155 times to send a clear signal to local authorities following a deadly ambush that left nine Americans dead. “The 30-year-old officer, only named by police as Eduardo N., was killed in Culiacan, Sinaloa […]

Deadly Message: Drug Cartels Execute Officer Who Arrested Kingpin’s Son, Shot 155 Times | Sean Hannity

No matter what elite media pundits say, Mexico’s troubles aren’t President Trump’s fault, and an Iraq War-style counterinsurgency campaign won’t solve them.No matter what elite media pundits say, Mexico’s troubles aren’t President Trump’s fault, and an Iraq War-style counterinsurgency campaign won’t solve them.

No, Bret Stephens, Let’s Not Do In Mexico What We Did In Iraq

Travelers need to be well-informed when choosing holiday destinations in Mexico, where many areas remain safe for tourists.Travelers need to be well-informed when choosing holiday destinations in Mexico, where many areas remain safe for tourists.

Is Mexico safe? As the shooting continues more people are asking