SOUTH OF THE BORDER - Despite trade and tariff disputes between the United States and Mexico and ongoing turmoil at the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. firms in Mexico say they continue to view the country as a vital link in their Latin America practices. Brenda Sapino Jeffreys reports that firms with offices there are largely unfazed by economic uncertainties, and some are expanding their presence in Mexico, the U.S.’s largest trading partner.

IN COURT – Jeffrey Epstein is due to appear before a federal magistrate today in New York following his arrest Saturday night on federal charges of sex trafficking of minors. The Daily Beast first reported the charges against the former hedge fund executive. David Boies is representing some of Epstein’s accusers.

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