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  • Accidental drowning blamed in death of ex-White House chef

    Accidental drowning blamed in death of ex-White House chef
    A former White House chef for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush drowned in a New Mexico mountain stream, and his death was ruled an accident, authorities said Tuesday. The determination followed several days of mystery about the death of Walter...
  • Official says Mexican forces capture cartel leader's son

    The son and alleged second-in-command of the leader of Mexico's most violent drug cartel was captured in the western state of Jalisco, National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said Tuesday. The suspect, Ruben Oseguera Gonzalez, 25, was...
  • Big spending on border patrol boosts economy for small Texas town

    AUSTIN, Texas In Rio Grande City, named for the river that splits the U.S. from Mexico, footpaths cut from the brush by drug-smugglers and illegal immigrants have a new look, rehabbed into family-friendly hike-and-bike trails. The town of 14,000, seat of...
  • NJ Gov. Chris Christie's trips abroad carry costs — and benefits

    NJ Gov. Chris Christie's trips abroad carry costs — and benefits
    TRENTON, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie has stressed that his recent trips to Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom gave him an opportunity to promote New Jersey to international businesses and universities, although critics say the junkets do more to...
  • Mexico national team arrives in Orlando on Monday ahead of friendly

    Mexico national team arrives in Orlando on Monday ahead of friendly
    The Mexican national team arrived in Orlando on Monday night ahead of its friendly against Costa Rica on Saturday. El Tri will take on the Ticos at the Citrus Bowl. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. and the game will be aired nationally on Univision and ESPN2....
  • Mexico announces underwater gas pipeline to Texas

    The Mexican government has announced plans for nearly $10 billion worth of electricity and natural gas infrastructure projects, including a gas pipeline under the Gulf of Mexico from Texas to the port of Veracruz. The Federal Electricity Commission...
  • 10 bodies found in clandestine graves on Acapulco outskirts

    Authorities in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero say they have found 10 bodies in clandestine graves on the outskirts of the Pacific beach resort of Acapulco. State prosecutors spokesman Randy Suastegui said Monday that three women were among the...
  • Ready for some globetrotting? Add these zip-lines, 'dinosaurs' and luxe resorts to your 'to do' list

    Ready for some globetrotting? Add these zip-lines, 'dinosaurs' and luxe resorts to your 'to do' list
    What in the world is new for summer? The season promises lots to check out around the globe, from freshly redone and reopened hotels in Los Cabos, Mexico, and to a revamped Lizard Island in Australia to the addition of “dinosaurs” in Canada....
  • California, it's time to dump the Bear Flag

    California, it's time to dump the Bear Flag
    One hundred and sixty nine years ago in a frontier town, a band of thieves, drunks and murderers hoisted a home-made flag and declared themselves in revolt from a government that had welcomed them. Instigated by an expansionist neighboring power, the...
  • Such a nice guy, such savage books: Don Winslow and 'The Cartel'

    Such a nice guy, such savage books: Don Winslow and 'The Cartel'
    Don Winslow is a slight man, soft-spoken and remarkably polite. His quiet intelligence, careful elocution and slightly rumpled suit (in his defense he has just ridden a train for two hours) might trick you into mistaking him for a professor at a small...
  • Soldiers kill 6 presumed criminals in northern Mexico

    Authorities in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas say soldiers have killed six presumed criminals who shot at them near the border with the United States. The Tamaulipas state government says in a statement released Saturday that gunmen traveling...