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Mexico

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  • Honduran migrant provides peek into dark world of human smuggling

    MIAMI Marlon Marquez, a Honduran who lives in Miami, appears to be a typical undocumented immigrant from Central America. But he is far from that. He crossed the border near McAllen, Texas, as a hostage of people who claimed to belong to the powerful...
  • NYC case charges 5 with trafficking drugs from Mexico

    Authorities say five men have been charged with smuggling large shipments of heroin and cocaine from Mexico so it could be sold in New York City and elsewhere in the Northeast. Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan and the Drug Enforcement...
  • U.S.' U-23 team defeats Mexico, 3-0, at StubHub Center

    Five days after Mexico won its first Olympic gold medal in soccer at the 2012 London Games, 14 scouts met to begin evaluating some of the teenagers they hoped would make up the core of the 2016 team in Rio de Janeiro. The message of that gathering was...
  • Mexican girl wrongly sent to US returns to celebration

    A 14-year-old Mexican girl who was taken by authorities and sent screaming to live in the United States was returned home Wednesday after DNA tests showed she is not the daughter of the Houston woman who claimed her. The case of Alondra Luna Nunez drew...
  • US fails to stem flow of illegal firearms to Mexico

    MEXICO CITY The U.S. government has pledged to combat the illegal flow of firearms across the border, but new data reveal that the United States remains by far the largest source of weapons seized in Mexico. The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,...
  • Blind vendors scuffle with Mexico City police

    Blind vendors angry about having their stalls removed from a downtown Mexico City subway station this week clashed with police outside city hall Thursday. Authorities said two of the estimated 150 vendors and 13 police officers suffered minor injuries...
  • Ghost of NAFTA haunts proposed Pacific Rim trade deal

     Ghost of NAFTA haunts proposed Pacific Rim trade deal
    As lawmakers gear up for a rancorous debate on a bill that would help President Obama secure a massive Pacific Rim trade deal, congressional Democrats and their allies are making the case that such an agreement would be disastrous for American jobs and...
  • Feds charge ex-bank president, others with money laundering

    A former bank president and two of his customers allegedly conspired to launder drug money in Kansas for Mexican cartels, while two former employees of the small southwest Kansas bank failed to report the suspicious financial transactions, according to...
  • Tacos Estilo Guadalajara serves tacos al vapor -- and not much else

    Tacos Estilo Guadalajara serves tacos al vapor -- and not much else
    Name of restaurant: Tacos Estilo Guadalajara, a minimalist Mexican restaurant in the residential Southeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Lynwood. Chef: Aide Franco, a native from Guadalajara, Mexico, who realized there weren’t that many taco al...
  • Minnesota men arrested in terror probe were headed to Syria, officials say

    Minnesota men arrested in terror probe were headed to Syria, officials say
    Several Somali American men were charged by federal officials on Monday after a 10-month investigation into their alleged efforts to join Islamic State terrorists overseas. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested six men in Minneapolis and...
  • Mexico: New video in vigilantes' killings by security forces

    Mexican officials said Monday they have delivered new information about the January killings of vigilantes during clashes with soldiers and police, as part of a probe of possible excessive force. The information handed over includes a new video from...