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  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Strong 6.2 quake registered off Mexico's Pacific coast

    A strong 6.2-magnitude earthquake off Mexico's Pacific coast state of Jalisco produced no immediate reports of damage or injuries, civil protection authorities said Sunday. Santos Munoz, a spokesman for the Jalisco State civil protection agency, said...
  • Oscars 2015: Brutal honesty marks Inarritu's bond with Cuaron, Del Toro

    Oscars 2015: Brutal honesty marks Inarritu's bond with Cuaron, Del Toro
    Director Alejandro G. Inarritu needed trusted voices to check out his first foray into dark comedy. The Mexican filmmaker was well-known for his serious dramas such as "21 Grams" and "Biutiful." The satirical "Birdman," however, was new territory. So he...
  • 10 Los Cabos, Mexico, area hotels and their reopening dates

    10 Los Cabos, Mexico, area hotels and their reopening dates
    More than five months after Hurricane Odile, most Los Cabos, Mexico, lodgings are up and running. But some are still closed for repairs and renovation. Here is a sample of 10 closed hotels with their tentative reopening dates and per-night rates (which...
  • Los Cabos, Mexico, is largely back in business after hurricane

    Los Cabos, Mexico, is largely back in business after hurricane
    The southern tip of the Baja California peninsula looks good and lively these days, but let me remind you how bad it was. Hurricane Odile struck Los Cabos late Sept. 14, howling at 125 mph. It killed at least five people and forced the evacuation of...
  • '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...
  • 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...
  • Immigrants just seeking opportunity of forefathers

    Immigrants just seeking opportunity of forefathers
    To many thousands of Mexicans, Mexican-Americans and Hispanics in general, actor Sean Penn's comments about Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu were offensive. "Who gave this son of a bitch his green card?" Penn asked, before handing...
  • Gov: Ex-Mexican Mafia chief lacks insight about role

    Former Mexican Mafia leader Rene "Boxer" Enriquez has helped law enforcement for years, hasn't been disciplined in a decade and had support for his parole request from federal and state agencies and the corrections system itself. That wasn't enough for...