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Mexico

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  • Ensenada brings Newport to Newporters

    Ensenada brings Newport to Newporters
    ENSENADA, MEXICO — Before lunch began, Commodore Chuck Iverson sat in the back corner of a restaurant, reviewing the guest list. It seemed a generic Newport Beach scene: place settings arranged on white tablecloths. Ocean view. Members of the...
  • Mexico arrests entrepreneur in fraud case linked to Citibank, Pemex

    The Mexican government on Thursday announced the arrest of a wealthy entrepreneur who is accused of a multimillion-dollar fraud involving Citibank and the giant Mexican oil monopoly. Amado Yañez Osuna was placed under arrest and will be charged with...
  • Teen skeleton found by Mexico cave divers has scientists breathless

    Teen skeleton found by Mexico cave divers has scientists breathless
    Alejandro Alvarez's eyes widened against the dark underwater void that would become known as the Black Hole on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. His flashlight shined on ancient bones from extinct species, and eventually he would discover the hemisphere's...
  • In Mexico, notorious for bad education, teachers make big bucks

    We already know about the abysmal state of education in Mexico, where students routinely score near the bottom of international testing. But a new report by a Mexico-based think tank has revealed some real zingers, including 70 teachers who haul in more...
  • Blockbusters From South of Border Turn Heads in Hollywood

    In a year when one Mexican movie, Eugenio Derbez's "Instructions Not Included," finally cracked the U.S. Latino market, and two titles -- Gary Alazraki's "We Are the Nobles" and "Instructions" -- raked in a combined 940.6 million pesos ($71.6 million)...
  • Maybe we should thank Mexico for intercepting that armed ex-Marine

    Maybe we should thank Mexico for intercepting that armed ex-Marine
    What authority in his or her right mind would fail to take serious action in the case of a young man who claimed to have accidentally crossed an international border with three loaded guns and enough ammo to take out an entire town square? What...
  • Mexico's economic growth falling short of government projections

    Bad economic news continues to stall Mexico’s growth and undermine government efforts to portray the country’s financial situation as robust as it heads toward a major expansion of the oil-exploration industry. Oil exports and production...
  • New guidelines issued to Border Patrol on use of deadly force

    New guidelines issued to Border Patrol on use of deadly force
    Homeland Security officials on Friday released revised instructions for when Border Patrol agents can use deadly force, but questions remained over how rigidly the new rules would be enforced by agents in the field. The guidelines are intended to...
  • Illinois museum stands its ground over Gen. Santa Anna's leg

    Illinois museum stands its ground over Gen. Santa Anna's leg
    Illinois museum officials say their Lone Star State counterparts have no leg to stand on as they seek a prosthesis from Springfield. The curator of the Illinois State Military Museum plans to keep Mexican Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna's wooden leg...
  • In Mexico, activist mother of missing man is slain

    For 2 1/2 years, Sandra Luz Hernandez, like so many Mexican mothers, searched for her missing son. Her activism grew steadily over time. She hung posters of her son and others who had disappeared. She led marches through her hometown of Culiacan, in the...
  • Corazón y Miel brings a new Sunday morning option to brunch-starved Bell

    While restaurants serving brunch are abundant in most parts of Los Angeles, that is not the case in every single neighborhood. Specifically, the southeast L.A. community of Bell. Unless you count Denny’s and Hometown Buffet as viable brunch options,...