The 34-year-old teacher was allegedly killed by a drug trafficker known as "El Chueco," or the crooked one.
Ramos will be the eleventh prisoner executed by Texas so far this year.
The woman's family is hoping to transfer her to a hospital in Dallas for a second opinion.
Recently re-elected Iowa Republican Representative Steve King was caught on tape ridiculing Mexico and immigrants in audio he previously had denied existed.
"We don't want more deaths," said a Mexican senator. "It will be a major contribution to bringing peace to our beloved country."
Using a canine team, the officers located five packages of cocaine attached to the women's bodies.
Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officers at Montana's Sweetgrass Area Port have detained at least two Americans returning from Canada since the U.S. neighbor officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17.
"There is no doubt that the defendant and his cartel have the capability, the resources and the will to harm cooperating witnesses and their families, even after they have been relocated," Federal Judge Brian Cogan has warned.
Dozens of demonstrators were alleged to have been killed in clashes with Nigerian security forces in the past week.
"Seeing our neighbors making progress should put much more pressure on us to get it right and ditch our outdated federal marijuana policy," Democrat Congressman Earl Blumenauer from Oregon told Newsweek.
"The effects caused by marijuana do not justify an absolute prohibition on its consumption," the court ruled.
Police found four rifles and ammunition while serving a search warrant on James Edgar Booth's home.
"Mexican soldiers hurt, were unable, or unwilling to stop Caravan," Trump tweeted. "Should stop them before they reach our Border, but won't!"
In addition to the extra 5,000 troops announced Monday, a Pentagon official told Newsweek that there would be an additional 7,000 on round-the-clock standby.
The 26-year-old died of a head wound after being shot with a rubber bullet.
"We didn't ask for Iraq's approval to go in, we didn't ask for Afghanistan's approval to go in," Coulter said on Fox News' 'Ingraham Angle.'
The caravan, which includes as many as 7,000 people predominantly from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, still has a long way to go.
"The Taylor offshore spill is threatening to overtake BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster as the largest ever," according to The Washington Post.
The president warned Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that "all payments made to them will STOP (END)" if they "allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States."