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  • Mexico's missing students

    Mexico's missing students
    Last week, the Mexican government canceled the annual Mexico City parade for Revolution Day. The reason: It was afraid political demonstrations against the ruling powers would get out of hand. Imagine the embarrassment if a revolution began on...
  • '¿Es el Chapo?' delivers conspiracy theories but little else

    '¿Es el Chapo?' delivers conspiracy theories but little else
    Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman led the Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel and supposedly was linked to thousands of deaths before his arrest in February. The new documentary film “¿Es el Chapo?” speculates that Guzman would not have...
  • Chicago brothers detail how Mexican cartel moved cocaine by jets

    The twin brothers from Chicago have been in witness protection for more than five years, providing federal authorities with details of how Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's notorious Sinaloa cartel network allegedly supplied them with thousands of pounds of...
  • Middle Easterners crossing border from Mexico? It's rare

    Middle Easterners crossing border from Mexico? It's rare
    For months, some conservative members of Congress and their allies have warned that people from the Middle East could use the Mexican border to gain illegal entry to the U.S. and pose a terrorist threat. Obama administration officials have said such a...
  • Twist of fate excludes many from Obama's immigration plan

    Enrique Zamora Lara is plain out of luck. In a perfect world, the Guanajuato, Mexico, native would be eligible for the liberating relief that President Obama's new immigration rules will grant. He lived in the United States for 25 years and fathered three...
  • Mexican activist who fed train-hopping immigrants is slain

    Mexican activist who fed train-hopping immigrants is slain
    A Mexican good Samaritan who dedicated his scarce resources to feeding Central American migrants passing by on La Bestia train was slain this week along with a friend who assisted him, fellow activists said Wednesday. Adrian Rodriguez, who was...
  • Mexico's Peña Nieto outlines overhaul of local police forces

    Mexico's Peña Nieto outlines overhaul of local police forces
    Careening from one crisis to another, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Thursday announced a sweeping overhaul of local police forces, a package of constitutional amendments aimed at better meting out justice and the creation of special economic...
  • Police kill man after suspected political attack in Austin

    Police kill man after suspected political attack in Austin
    A man apparently upset about U.S. immigration policy was fatally shot on Friday after firing more than 100 rounds of ammunition at buildings including the Mexican consulate, a U.S. courthouse and police headquarters in the Texas capital, police said....
  • Mexico releases 11 protesters from prison after international outcry

    Eleven people arrested in recent anti-government demonstrations and sent to maximum-security prisons have been released without charges after their detention created an international uproar. A 12th person arrested separately in connection with the...
  • Mexico's low-cost airline Volaris debuts in Fort Lauderdale

    Mexico's low-cost airline Volaris debuts in Fort Lauderdale
    Mexico's low-cost carrier Volaris launched flights to Fort Lauderdale on Monday and offered a welcome ceremony complete with a mariachi band. Volaris now offers service three times a week from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Mexico...
  • U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico

    U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico
    For so long, Nancy Landa kept secrets. Growing up in South Los Angeles, she never told friends that her parents had brought her illegally from Mexico when she was 9. Years later, after she had been elected the first-ever Latina student body...