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  • Mexican president's wife backs out of mansion deal

    The wife of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto says she will get rid of the mansion she was buying from a builder who had won numerous, lucrative contracts from the government, an arrangement that had created the appearance of a major conflict of...
  • Mexico thieves stealing billions in oil, gasoline from country's pipelines

    HUIMANGUILLO, Mexico The big-time gasoline thieves had already come and gone during the wee hours, filling their tanker trucks with stolen fuel and then fleeing. Then dawn broke, and word spread that a crime gang had again tapped into a gasoline...
  • Presumed killing of 43 Mexican students deeply affects L.A. immigrants

    Presumed killing of 43 Mexican students deeply affects L.A. immigrants
    It was the night President Obama announced his historic executive action to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. But on the streets of Los Angeles, the biggest rally wasn't a victory rally but a mournful vigil. More than 1,000...
  • 'Panic 5 Bravo' shows off director's skills but lacks cohesive plot

    There's a good movie hidden inside "Panic 5 Bravo," the directing debut from Mexican actor Kuno Becker, best known in the U.S. for roles on the TV shows "Dallas" and "CSI: Miami." In fact, the first 20 minutes of this thriller with its flashes of tense,...
  • Roberto Gomez Bolaños dies at 85; Mexican comedian known as Chespirito

    Roberto Gomez Bolaños, the iconic Mexican actor and screenwriter whose unforgettable comedic characters — a day-dreaming waterboy, a scaredy-cat superhero and a boy who lived in a barrel — were staples of Latin American television, died Friday...
  • 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...
  • Mexico's low-cost airline Volaris debuts in Fort Lauderdale

    Mexico's low-cost airline Volaris debuts in Fort Lauderdale
    Mexico's low-cost carrier Volaris launched flights to Fort Lauderdale on Monday and offered a welcome ceremony complete with a mariachi band. Volaris now offers service three times a week from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Mexico...
  • Texas to draw down guard troops on border in early 2015: official

    Texas to draw down guard troops on border in early 2015: official
    Texas plans to begin winding down its deployment of state National Guard troops to the border with Mexico around March or April of next year, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst told reporters on Wednesday. State leaders on Tuesday requested $86.1 million in...
  • Mexican man admits guilt in teen-girl sex case in N. Florida

    Mexican man admits guilt in teen-girl sex case in N. Florida
    A Mexican citizen faces as much as life in prison after admitting he flew a 14-year-old girl from Las Vegas to North Florida for sex in May, federal officials say. Officers intercepted the teen in Charlotte, N.C. and placed her into protective custody...
  • Mexico reels, and the U.S. looks away

    The violent disappearance of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa teachers college in Guerrero state has caused a political earthquake the likes of which Mexico has not seen in generations — perhaps even since the revolution of 1910. That makes it all...
  • Protests over missing Mexican students damage Acapulco tourism

    This is one of those times of the year in Mexico when newscasts feature bikini’d women and attractive men on the beaches of Acapulco. It is one of those three-day weekends because of the Revolution Day holiday, when tens of thousands of Mexico...