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Frida Kahlo Was a Painter, a Brand Builder, a Survivor. And So Much More.

By REBECCA KLEINMAN

The artist and pop culture icon meticulously built her own image. A sweeping survey at the Brooklyn Museum examines how she did it, and why.

It’s Getting Very, Very, Very Cold Outside. Read About Someplace Warm.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Looking for an escape route from the polar vortex? Here are a half-dozen possibilities that are guaranteed to be warmer than minus-14 degrees.

Trump’s New Policy Takes Effect, and First Asylum Seeker Is Sent Back to Mexico

By PAULINA VILLEGAS and KIRK SEMPLE

Though it has protested the Trump administration’s decision to force some asylum seekers back across the border, Mexico has agreed to allow certain migrants to stay and work as their cases unfold.

β€˜We Are Full’: What Asylum Seekers Are Told

By STEPHANIE LEUTERT and SHAW DRAKE

Families fleeing danger have been told to go to a U.S. port of entry, where border agents have been instructed to turn them away.

Mexico Moves to Encourage Caravan Migrants to Stay and Work

By JEFF ERNST and KIRK SEMPLE

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has streamlined the process to give humanitarian visas to migrants from Central America, drawing more toward the border with the United States.

β€˜It’s Not a Wall,’ but Steel Slats and Barbed Wire Roil a Border Town

By JOSE A. DEL REAL

Many in Calexico, Calif., were offended when President Trump called improvements to the border fence there “the start of our Southern Border WALL!”

El Chapo Trial: The Kingpin’s Mistress Tells All

By ALAN FEUER

Lucero Guadalupe Sánchez López met El Chapo when she was 21 years old. Her affair with the kingpin ended in heartbreak.

Mexico Pipeline Explosion Tests New President

By KIRK SEMPLE

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s response to a blast that killed dozens, many stealing fuel, has exposed a central tension between two of his policy vows: fighting crime and lifting the poor.

Fiery Blast in Mexico Kills Dozens

The explosion was caused by thieves who punctured a gas pipeline north of Mexico City. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador vowed to crack down on fuel theft, a longstanding problem in the country.

Mexico Dispatch: Amid Border Strife, Mexico Beach Town Asks: Where Have All the Tourists Gone?

By PAULINA VILLEGAS

Rosarito, Mexico, is usually bustling with throngs of young Americans. But on a recent visit, the town south of Tijuana was desolate, with locals blaming turmoil at the border — and a migrant caravan.

How El Chapo Escaped in a Sewer, Naked With His Mistress

By ALAN FEUER

Joaquín Guzmán Loera often evaded capture. As his wife looked on, a former mistress told the court how he once escaped. A D.E.A. agent told how they finally got him.

Archaeologists Find Pre-Columbian Temple of β€˜Flayed Lord’ in Central Mexico

By ALAN YUHAS

Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History said archaeologists had found the first temple dedicated to an important fertility god, whose worshipers were said to wear the skin of sacrificial victims.

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