U.S. drug czar heads to china to verify if country is combating fentanyl trafficking

The U.S. drug czar is planning a trip to China later in the year, to ensure the country is enforcing its new laws and regulations on fentanyl production.James Carroll announced Friday he will head to the communist nation, to make sure it’s living up to its promises.Last month China announced it would regulate all fentanyl-related drugs as a controlled substance, amid pressure from Washington.

Mexico approves labor code overhaul

The trilateral USMCA deal is getting some push-back by some labor groups and lawmakers regarding labor laws in Mexico. However, Mexico now appears to be hearing the U.S. loud and clear. One America’s Adonis Albright has those details.