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Mexico

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  • Money-Friendly 'Moons

    Money-Friendly 'Moons
    Indulging in a post-I Do's dream trip doesn't mean you have to start your marriage off deep in debt. Here's how to have your honeymoon and afford it too.. Near - Home is Where the Heart Is Airfare alone for traveling overseas can put a healthy dent in...
  • State officials eye broadband in New Mexico rural schools

    State officials say they hope to get broadband into most New Mexico schools by the end of the decade. Ovidiu Viorica (oh-VIH'-DEE'-oh vee-OH'-REE'-kah), who oversees a broadband program for the New Mexico Public Schools Facilities Authority, told a...
  • Mexico candidate slain; 1,000s of ballots burned in attack

    A Mexican congressional candidate was shot dead in a town bordering the capital Tuesday, becoming the fourth politician to be slain ahead of Sunday's midterm elections. Miguel Angel Luna, a former mayor of Valle de Chalco in the state of Mexico southeast...
  • NFL looking for more international games in Mexico, Germany

    NFL looking for more international games in Mexico, Germany
    NEW YORK -- Commissioner Roger Goodell casually mentioned last month the NFL's interest in adding more international games. He mentioned potential contests in Germany, Mexico and Brazil. Sure, the league has been thoroughly satisfied with its series...
  • Obama nominates senior State Dept. official as Mexico envoy

    Roberta Jacobson, the top U.S. diplomat for Latin America and point person in detente talks with Cuba, was nominated Monday by President Barack Obama to be the U.S. ambassador to Mexico. If confirmed by the Senate, Jacobson would be the first woman to...
  • Scandals in Guatemala, Honduras threaten to further destabilize region

    Scandals in Guatemala, Honduras threaten to further destabilize region
    Two Central American presidents, both favored allies of the U.S., are facing corruption scandals threatening to undermine their governments and further erode stability in the volatile region that is a principal source for illegal immigration to the United...
  • Obama nominates US' top Cuba negotiator as ambassador to Mexico

    WASHINGTON The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama will nominate Roberta S. Jacobson, the chief U.S. negotiator in talks to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba, to be the U.S. ambassador to Mexico. If confirmed, Jacobson, currently the...
  • Judge tosses 1 of 2 charges against ex-BP exec on trial

    A federal judge on Monday tossed out one of two pending charges against a former BP executive the federal government accuses of trying to hide the severity of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt threw out a charge of...
  • Radical teachers vow to block Mexican midterm elections

    Members of a radical Mexican teachers union broke into or blockaded electoral offices in the southern state of Oaxaca on Monday amid threats to block this weekend's midterm elections. National Electoral Institute head Lorenzo Cordoba said that teachers...
  • Mexican leader retreats on teacher evaluations; school strikes continue

    MEXICO CITY Mexico's renegade teachers have won a stunning concession from President Enrique Pena Nieto: the indefinite shelving of teacher evaluations. Twenty civil society groups on Monday lashed out at Pena Nieto, calling the abandonment of teacher...
  • Official: Obama picks diplomat in Cuba talks to be ambassador to Mexico

    Official: Obama picks diplomat in Cuba talks to be ambassador to Mexico
    President Obama intends to nominate Roberta Jacobson, a longtime diplomat central to the talks on restoring relations with Cuba, to serve as the next ambassador to Mexico, a White House official told the Los Angeles Times on Monday. A 30-year veteran of...