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  • Man wanted in San Bernardino triple shooting captured in Mexico

    Mexican police have arrested a 32-year-old U.S. citizen in connection with a triple shooting that left one person dead in San Bernardino, the FBI said Wednesday. Alfonso Garcia Jr. was captured Sunday by the Mexican Federal Police in Baja, according...
  • Thousands march in Mexico to demand action over student massacre

    Thousands march in Mexico to demand action over student massacre
    Thousands marched through the Mexican capital on Wednesday to demand the government find out what happened to dozens of missing students, who are feared to have been massacred by gang members and police. The students from a teachers' college went...
  • Thousands in Mexico demand justice over missing students

    Thousands in Mexico demand justice over missing students
    Thousands of people marched in various parts of Mexico on Wednesday to demand justice in the disappearance and possible massacre of 43 college students at the hands of police. Students and their supporters traveled from all over Guerrero state to the...
  • Two downtown L.A. kidnapping victims found safe; suspect at large

    Two downtown L.A. kidnapping victims found safe; suspect at large
    Two people have been found after they were kidnapped Wednesday and held for ransom in downtown Los Angeles, police said. Details about their recovery, including information about where they were found, were not immediately released because of the...
  • Massacre wasn't first report of violence in Iguala, Mexico

    IGUALA, Mexico Long before the city of Iguala became known for one of Mexico's most horrific mass murders, its mayor had a cloud over his head. Word on the street was that Mayor Jose Luis Abarca Velazquez was mobbed up, local police had become his...
  • New Mexico police probe claims girls videotaped in locker-room

    ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - New Mexico state police are investigating allegations that members of a high school football team secretly videotaped the girls' volleyball team as they changed in an adjacent locker room, authorities said on Wednesday. The...
  • Mexico deploys federal forces to missing students' city

    Mexico deploys federal forces to missing students' city
    Militarized police patrolled this violent city Tuesday after the entire local police force was relieved of duty, with some members implicated in the disappearance and possible massacre of 43 university students. "We're looking for halcones" —...
  • Banned growth chemical remains a problem in beef in central Mexico

    CUERNAVACA, Mexico Fourteen years after Mexico banned cattle ranchers from using a growth enhancer called clenbuterol, statistics from the federal agency responsible for meat quality show that some Mexican cattlemen just can't give it up. That's...
  • After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'

    After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'
    After more than 20 years and 2,000 stories out of the West for CBS News, veteran broadcaster Bill Whitaker has been lured back East by "60 Minutes." The Emmy-winning journalist, who has covered Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign, the Fukushima...
  • Parents in Mexico wait, and hope, as mass graves probed

    Angry, desperate parents on Monday demanded the safe return of 43 missing university students, even as officials indicated that at least some were probably killed and dumped in mass graves. Twenty-eight bodies were recovered from a string of hidden pits...
  • Mexico confronts reports that police helped massacre 43 students

    MEXICO CITY President Enrique Pena Nieto sought Monday to confront a growing human rights nightmare, declaring that his government would launch an investigation into reports that police had rounded up 43 student-teachers late last month, then worked...