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  • Mexican vigilante leader refuses government order to disarm

    Mexican vigilante leader refuses government order to disarm
    MEXICO CITY—A key leader of the vigilante “self-defense” movement in Mexico’s Michoacan state said Monday that he was refusing a government order to disarm, and roadblocks to keep out federal forces charged with taking away the...
  • Mexico calls on self-defense groups to join police or disarm

    MEXICO CITY — Citizen "self-defense" groups that have emerged to fight off a ruthless drug cartel in the state of Michoacan should take steps to join the government security apparatus or disarm, Mexican officials said Thursday. Interior Minister...
  • Catholic leaders hold Mass at border to urge immigration overhaul

    NOGALES, Ariz. — It had been years since Maria Miranda of Tucson attended Catholic Mass with her son Jorge Lopez. On Tuesday, they finally did. But they were separated by the U.S.-Mexico border fence in southern Arizona. "I'm just a couple of...
  • Don't rush to judge Supreme Court on gay rights or religious rights

    Don't rush to judge Supreme Court on gay rights or religious rights
    Whether a business can refuse to do business with same-sex couples may be a hot political topic, but it’s apparently not ready for prime time at the U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday, the court declined to review a decision by the New Mexico Supreme...
  • Mexico detains Michoacan state interior minister

    MEXICO CITY — Mexican federal authorities have detained the interior minister of Michoacan state after determining that he has "possible contacts with criminal organizations," according to a statement released by prosecutors Saturday night. The...
  • Injured Central American migrants granted passage to Mexico City

    Injured Central American migrants granted passage to Mexico City
    A group of Honduran men who lost limbs during their transit through Mexico on the train known as La Bestia (the Beast) have been granted permission to travel to the Mexican capital to protest the treatment of migrants bound for the U.S., the group’s...
  • 2 border drug tunnels are elaborate, sophisticated, ICE says

    2 border drug tunnels are elaborate, sophisticated, ICE says
    The two new tunnels discovered this week along the San Diego-Mexico border mark the sixth and seventh cross-border passages that authorities have located in the last four years. Officials have found more than 80 tunnels from California to Arizona since...
  • Participant, Pantelion, Canana Tubthump Cesar Chavez National Day of Service

    GUADALAJARA - Not all films made by an international company swing by the White House before their world premiere in the U.S. Lead-produced by Mexico's Canana Films, "Cesar Chavez" is one exception. The brief pre-screening introduction by President Obama...
  • At Border Security Expo, companies keep eyes on lucrative U.S. market

    At Border Security Expo, companies keep eyes on lucrative U.S. market
    PHOENIX — A fake barrel cactus with a camera mounted inside. An unmanned robot hardy enough to explore underground drug tunnels. Software that recognizes faces while tapping into federal databases. "We give them a tasting here," said Steve Roser,...
  • Meth entering U.S. mainly through California, report says

    Meth entering U.S. mainly through California, report says
    California has emerged as the major gateway for methamphetamine into the country, with Mexican organized crime groups smuggling an estimated 70% of the U.S. supply through state border crossings, according to a report released Thursday by state Atty. Gen....
  • 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...