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  • Mexico captures kingpin of Knights Templar drug group

    MEXICO CITY Servando Gomez could have served as a model for the AMC television show "Breaking Bad," about a humble schoolteacher turned drug kingpin. But unlike the fictional Walter White, who went down in a hail of bullets, Gomez, known as "La Tuta," or...
  • Mexico to replace embattled attorney general

    Mexico's embattled attorney general, Jesus Murillo Karam, is leaving the post to take a new cabinet-level job as head of urban and rural development. The outgoing attorney general has weathered scathing criticism over his handling of the Sept. 26...
  • Mexico's dolphinariums come under criticism from activists

    Environmental and animal-rights groups in Mexico are training their sights on the growing number of "swim with dolphins" enclosures on the nation's coasts. The movement scored its first victory Thursday, when federal regulators said they had ordered a...
  • Mexico City former mayor breaks with leftist PRD party

    Former Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said Friday he is splitting with the country's leftist Democratic Revolution Party, or PRD, citing what he described as its increasing closeness to President Enrique Pena Nieto and the governing Institutional...
  • Popular Mexican singer Ariel Camacho dies in car crash

    Ariel Camacho, a young, up-and-coming Mexican singer, was killed in a car crash after leaving a concert in Mexico, his record company confirmed Thursday. Camacho, already popular in his home state of Sinaloa and parts of the U.S. as a singer of the...
  • Mexico: Protest note over pope's purported drugs comment

    Mexico will send a protest note to the Vatican over purported comments by Pope Francis worrying about a possible "Mexicanization" of his native Argentina due to rising drug trafficking activity there, authorities announced Monday. Mexican Foreign...
  • Lawyer: Second autopsy shows officers shot Washington man from behind

    Lawyer: Second autopsy shows officers shot Washington man from behind
    An independent autopsy of an unarmed Mexican man killed by police in Washington state shows he was shot as many as seven times — including twice from behind — contradicting earlier statements from authorities, an attorney for the man's...
  • New Mexico's nurse hotline touted as a model in states

    WASHINGTON If your infant has a high fever or you're experiencing an unusual pain in your abdomen and you live in New Mexico, you may want to call the NurseAdvice line before you do anything else. New Mexico is the only state with a 24/7 registered nurse...
  • 'One of city's greatest community leaders' saying goodbye

    'One of city's greatest community leaders' saying goodbye
    Gonzalo Arroyo, the retiring director of Family Focus Aurora, is known for many things. Friends and colleagues speak highly of his ability to build teams, advocate for his community and navigate the complex web of U.S.-Mexico relations. They praise...
  • From torture to terrorism: How DEA case led to extraordinary rendition

    From torture to terrorism: How DEA case led to extraordinary rendition
    Of all the cases of troubling corruption and stunning violence that have characterized the war on drugs in Latin America, few linger as powerfully among U.S. drug agents as the case of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who vanished on a busy street in Guadalajara,...
  • Acapulco hit by violence in teacher protest; one killed

    Acapulco hit by violence in teacher protest; one killed
    A 65-year-old retired teacher was killed and dozens of people injured when police forcefully broke up a demonstration that blocked main roads in the tourist city of Acapulco, threatening a key component of Mexico’s economy, authorities said...