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Mexico

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Top Mexico Articles

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  • The uncertain future of undocumented children

    On a warm day last spring, 16-year-old Hugo Pascual Tomás and his older brother Francisco left their home in Guatemala and set off on a 2,700-mile quest to find their mother. The boys had been left in the care of their elderly grandparents in 2001,...
  • Future uncertain for Aguirre and Asian champions Japan

    The latest twist in a La Liga match-fixing investigation has left the Japanese Football Association and head coach Javier Aguirre in an awkward position with the Mexican's future unclear less than a month out from their Asian Cup title defence. Aguirre...
  • In Mazatlan, Mexico, bands' field concert goes unexplained

    In Mazatlan, Mexico, bands' field concert goes unexplained
    Step away from the well-trod paths of sun-pinkened American and Canadian tourists here on Mexico's Pacific coast, and the real Mazatlan emerges. Down a street marked by a convenience store — what Mexican corner isn't? — there are a few...
  • Nortec's Bostich & Fussible on Tijuana cuisine, art and their final album

    Nortec's Bostich & Fussible on Tijuana cuisine, art and their final album
    In 2001, a group of DJs from Tijuana unceremoniously released an album that shook up the world of electronica. The music fused the digital sounds of synthesizers and drum machines with the brassy oompah beats of Mexican norteño. The result was a style...
  • In Navajo country, coal gives life — and takes it, some say

    In Navajo country, coal gives life — and takes it, some say
    From her bedroom window, Cynthia Dixon watches the cloud of soot rise from the coal mine near her sheep spread. Down the road, a hulking coal-fired electrical plant spews a yellow plume that stains the horizon. Many days, she finds a layer of black dust...
  • Restaurant serves up chaos and cliff divers, with a side of nostalgia

    Restaurant serves up chaos and cliff divers, with a side of nostalgia
    In an increasingly desk-bound world where stimulating work can be hard to find, Travis Sims is a breed apart. He's an Acapulco cliff diver. Well, an Acapulco-style cliff diver. The cliffs are fake. The 30-foot waterfall is phony. And he dives on the...
  • Mexicans' search for bodies reveals a history of hidden deaths

    IGUALA, Mexico _They picked up spent shotgun shells and placed them in plastic baggies for safe keeping. They examined discarded bottles, charred sticks, crusted weather-worn clothes. Over rocks and ridges, to the tops of trees and down in bone-dry...
  • Mexico's Punta Mita beckons with beautiful beaches, uninhabited isles

    Mexico's Punta Mita beckons with beautiful beaches, uninhabited isles
    I plunged feet-first into a Jacques Cousteau daydream recently. I had been skimming across the clear, blue waters of Mexico's Banderas Bay in a power boat when our guide stopped near the rocky, uninhabited Marieta Islands and invited us to put on...
  • Want to help Mexican farmworkers? Tell stores to carry fair trade products

    Want to help Mexican farmworkers? Tell stores to carry fair trade products
    Because of an investigative series in The Times, American consumers are more aware that a “Product of Mexico” label on their tomatoes or broccoli might mean that the produce has been picked by people living in squalid conditions in farm...
  • Houston baby found alive in Mexico after mother's body discovered in fridge

    Houston baby found alive in Mexico after mother's body discovered in fridge
    An 11-month-old Houston boy was found alive in Mexico on Friday, four days after his mother's body was discovered stuffed in a refrigerator at the family's apartment, and the boy's father was detained for questioning, police said. Patrick Lambert, 38,...
  • Mexico president's approval plunges over scandals, missing students

    Mexico president's approval plunges over scandals, missing students
    Two years after assuming office, and as protesting Mexicans again took to the streets Monday, President Enrique Peña Nieto has the lowest approval rating of any Mexican chief executive in nearly two decades, a new poll says. The survey, published Monday...