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  • 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...
  • Hardship on Mexico's farms, a bounty for U.S. tables

    Hardship on Mexico's farms, a bounty for U.S. tables
    The tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers arrive year-round by the ton, with peel-off stickers proclaiming "Product of Mexico." Farm exports to the U.S. from Mexico have tripled to $7.6 billion in the last decade, enriching agribusinesses, distributors and...
  • Robert J. Fisher: Putin's imperialism serves as lesson for U.S. domestic policy

    Robert J. Fisher: Putin's imperialism serves as lesson for U.S. domestic policy
    Russian President Vladimir Putin abruptly left the recent G20 conference in Australia in the face of mounting criticism of his nation's imperialistic designs on Eastern Ukraine. Ironically, the loudest criticism was generated by Great Britain, France...
  • Review: 'Panic 5 Bravo'

    Review: 'Panic 5 Bravo'
    Shot in 21/2 weeks for roughly half a million dollars, the tin-can thriller "Panic 5 Bravo" is set almost entirely inside a paramedic ambulance under siege, just below the U.S.-Mexican divide south of Pima County, Ariz. What little interest the film...
  • U.S. firms, consumers can't ignore abuses against Mexican farmworkers

     U.S. firms, consumers can't ignore abuses against Mexican farmworkers
    This week, an investigative series in The Times is describing the shocking conditions under which many seasonal farmworkers in Mexico live and work — barracked in squalid shacks far from their homes, underfed, trapped by debt or even held captive by...
  • World's rarest cetacean threatened by illegal gillnets

    World's rarest cetacean threatened by illegal gillnets
    The world’s rarest cetacean could disappear in less than four years unless immediate action is taken by the Mexican government to protect it from entanglement in gillnets deployed illegally in its Gulf of California refuge, federal officials said...
  • Anti-illegal immigration activists look beyond California for action

    Anti-illegal immigration activists look beyond California for action
    For years, Raul Rodriguez Jr. would let out an exasperated sigh, then move on, whenever he read or heard news about illegal immigration. But something clicked last summer when he saw reports of multitudes of Central Americans illegally crossing the U.S.-...
  • Aerolínea de bajo costo Volaris debuta en Fort Lauderdale

    Aerolínea de bajo costo Volaris debuta en Fort Lauderdale
    La aerolínea mexicana Volaris, una de las de bajo costo en ese país, alzó vuelo hacia Fort Lauderdale el lunes pasado, y ofreció una ceremonia de bienvenida con grupo mariachi incluido. Volaris ofrece servicio tres veces a la semana desde el...
  • Is there a new Zapata or Villa to lead Mexico's disenchanted?

    MEXICO CITY One hundred years ago this week, an epic moment unfolded in Mexico City: The revolutionaries Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa rode into the capital on horseback, trailed by their respective peasant armies. Today, just as a century ago, the...
  • Mexican attorney general says bone fragment is from 1 of 43 missing students

    MEXICO CITY One of Mexico's most horrific mass murders in recent decades has come to rest, in part, on a fragment of a charred human eye socket. Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said Sunday that Austrian forensic experts have confirmed that the...
  • Spain's Rajoy sees growth of at least 2 pct next year

    Spain's economy should grow by at least two percent next year, making it the European Union's fastest growing economy, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said during a visit to Mexico on Sunday. "The government's forecast is that there will be...