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  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez, 87, hospitalized in Mexico City

    Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has been hospitalized in Mexico City, the Associated Press reports. The author, known colloquially as Gabo, is 87 years old. According to some news sources, Garcia Marquez has been hospitalized with...
  • Mexican authorities bungled case of slain journalist, group says

    MEXICO CITY -- Journalists investigating the recent slaying of one of their colleagues said Wednesday that they have found a slew of mistakes, omissions and bad policing that undermine government claims that the man was killed as part of a personal...
  • U.S.-Mexico experiment aims to resurrect the Colorado River delta

    U.S.-Mexico experiment aims to resurrect the Colorado River delta
    LOS ALGODONES, Mexico — The mighty Colorado River, which over millenniums has carved the Grand Canyon, does an unusual thing when it gets south of the Arizona-Mexico border. It dies. The Morelos Dam — sitting on the international boundary...
  • Mexico loses second security official in 2 months

    Mexico loses second security official in 2 months
    MEXICO CITY — The government of Enrique Peña Nieto has lost its second senior security official in as many months, underscoring concern about rising crime and how effective the administration's policing policies are. Interior Minister Miguel Angel...
  • Was Polk the Putin of 1848?

     Was Polk the Putin of 1848?
    Long before President Barack Obama rebuked Russian President Vladimir Putin for grabbing Crimea, supposedly to protect ethnic Russians, another Illinois politician similarly castigated a potentate for being trigger happy and sticky fingered. But with...
  • Children allegedly abducted by parents found near U.S.-Mexico border

    Children allegedly abducted by parents found near U.S.-Mexico border
    Four children allegedly abducted by their non-custodial parents from Boyle Heights last week were found safe Tuesday near the California-Mexico border, authorities said. A statewide Amber Alert issued for the Felix children -- Enrique, 7; Justin, 5; and...
  • Border crossings into Mexico become more frequent for soccer

    Border crossings into Mexico become more frequent for soccer
    Paul Arriola probably isn't the most representative example of a Mexican soccer player. Born in California, he played for two U.S. national teams and, as a teen, trained at the Galaxy's academy in Carson. Though he could see Mexico from his house in...
  • Subway snafu sparks anger in Mexico City

    Subway snafu sparks anger in Mexico City
    MEXICO CITY — Mexican commuters are furious over a disastrous design failure that has forced the closure of one of this huge city’s busiest and newest subway lines. Nearly half a million passengers have had to find alternative transportation...
  • Leader of Mexican vigilante group arrested in double homicide

    MEXICO CITY — One of the best-known leaders of Mexico’s vigilante “self-defense” movement has been arrested on suspicion of participating in a double homicide, raising new doubts about the federal government’s strategy of...
  • How to make homemade tortillas that you'll love

    How to make homemade tortillas that you'll love
    Back in the mid-1800s, tensions were mounting between the U.S. and Mexico. Contemporaneously, many Roman Catholic, Irish immigrants to the U.S. were experiencing discrimination in their mostly Protestant adopted home. With hostilities breaking out...
  • In life, Mexican cartel boss was revered as a saint

    In life, Mexican cartel boss was revered as a saint
    MEXICO CITY — If nothing else, the slaying of cartel boss Nazario Moreno Gonzalez by Mexican soldiers may have burst the bubble of mysticism that had made him one of the stranger figures to emerge in the country's drug war. Moreno, whose nicknames...