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  • Foreign report: New U.S. warnings issued for Americans worldwide

    Two days after the attacks in France, the U.S. State Department updated its worldwide caution, replacing the one issued in October. Because of U.S. strikes against Islamic State, the State Department says "there is an increased likelihood of reprisal...
  • Mexico: Tests yield no more usable DNA of students' remains, last attempt may destroy samples

    Mexican prosecutors said Tuesday that an Austrian forensics lab has been unable to find any more DNA that could be used by conventional means to identify charred remains that might be those of 42 missing college students, but said they have authorized a...
  • Olympic host Brazil has 19 of world's 50 most dangerous cities

    MEXICO CITY Forty-three of the 50 most dangerous cities in the world are in Latin America, according to a survey released Tuesday, including 19 in Brazil, which will host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Mexico City didn't make the list, and Ciudad Juarez,...
  • Death toll rises in Mexico's roiling Michoacan state

    Death toll rises in Mexico's roiling Michoacan state
    Five more members of a vigilante "self-defense" group were killed during the weekend in a spiral of violence sweeping parts of Mexico's troubled Michoacan state, showcased by the government in the last year as a security success story. At least 25...
  • Julio Scherer Garcia, influential Mexican journalist, dies at 88

    Julio Scherer Garcia, one of Mexico's most important and influential journalists of the past half-century, died Wednesday, according to Proceso, the newsmagazine he founded. He was 88. Scherer helped expose many of Mexico's greatest scandals for...
  • Scuba diving in the Yucatán Peninsula's spectacular cenotes, Caribbean

    Our scuba group plopped into the cenote and slipped below the surface into a spectacular light show of wavering, laser-like sunbeams that sliced through the crystal clear water. They reminded me of the northern lights and were just the beginning of...
  • Scientists challenge claim that Mexican students were burned at dump

    MEXICO CITY If a pyre were built to incinerate 43 bodies, how many tons of wood would be needed? It's a question that physicist Jorge Montemayor and materials scientist Pablo Ugalde have given thought to, and they have a precise answer: 33 tons. If tires...
  • Mayor cites mental illness as factor in Albuquerque police shootings, calls for legislation

    Albuquerque's mayor took to the airwaves to answer questions about officer-involved shootings after a trying week for the city's police force, calling on lawmakers to take up legislation that could help reduce police encounters with dangerous mentally ill...
  • Mexican in Pompano Beach

    Mexican in Pompano Beach
    Dos Amigos 1308 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, 954-781-1955, DosAmigosBestMexican.com Wooden statues wear sombreros in front of the former Dawg House, a tip-off to the new Mexican eatery inside. "I heeded the call of a good potential for...
  • Mexican consulates begin issuing copies of birth certificates

    The Mexican government on Thursday began issuing birth certificates to Mexican nationals living in the United States to help them obtain the identity documents needed to apply for driver’s licenses and work permits. In the past, Mexicans were able...
  • Mexico issues birth certificates to its citizens at US consulates, seeking to help them get ID

    For Mexicans living in the U.S. illegally and hoping to stay in the country under President Barack Obama's new immigration policy, things just got one step simpler. On Thursday, the Mexican government began issuing birth certificates to its citizens at...