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World NowA new subway line inaugurated by the mayor and Mexico's president. opened to the public Tuesday in what leaders called the most significant and complex public-works project in recent Mexican history. The new Line 12, or Gold Line, cost about $1.8...
World NowMEXICO CITY -- Mexico this week quietly signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA, a controversial multinational treaty that sponsors say protects intellectual property but opponents call an assault on privacy and freedom of expression....
At the beginning of May, with a couple of months to go until the Mexican elections, I interviewed Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the presidential candidate of the leftist Democratic Revolutionary Party. We spoke for more than an hour, most of which he...
Tags: Univision (tv network), YouTube, Politics, Voting, Elections
World NowMEXICO CITY — The Mexican attorney general’s office has formally charged an active-duty general and three retired high-ranking army officials for their alleged involvement in the drug trade, another bleak reminder of the corruption threat...
World NowFourteen bodies were found in a truck Thursday in the state of San Luis Potosi, at least 16 people have been killed since Sunday in the port of Acapulco, and 12 others were reported killed in 24 hours in metropolitan Mexico City. The string of bloody...
World NowA recent string of deadly incidents tied to Mexico's drug war does not appear to indicate a "spike" in the violence, but does suggest that a new flashpoint has opened as the fearsome Zetas cartel shows signs of splitting apart....
Los Angeles Times StaffMEXICO CITY— Millions of Mexican voters Sunday were weighing whether to return a longtime ruling party to power, 12 years after replacing it with conservatives who have left many disillusioned with the nation's democratic transition. Enrique Peña...
In Mexico, what’s old is new again. At least that’s the initial indication, as Mexicans have appeared to decisively return to power the Institutional Revolutionary Party with the election of Enrique Pena Nieto as president of the country...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Mexico, Communist Party of China
CULIACAN, Mexico — For generations, the extended Hernandez family tended fields of marijuana high in Sinaloa's western Sierra Madre highlands. They sold their crops to representatives of the Sinaloa cartel for a fraction of what the drug would...
Tags: United Nations, Executive Branch, Mario Lopez, Politics, Mexico
World NowMexico's government on Friday halted a controversial mega-resort development in Baja California Sur after environmentalists said it would have threatened a large coral reef in the Sea of Cortes that has rebounded dramatically from years of damage. The...
World NowLOS CABOS, Mexico –- With the pro-bailout New Democracy party’s victory in Greece, leaders of the world’s biggest economies averted the worst of possible scenarios heading into their annual summit Monday. The heads of the Group of 20...
World NowA new poll shows that Mexicans overwhelmingly support their government's drug war, but doubt it's doing much good....
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