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  • Marine reservist freed from prison in Mexico is arrested in Georgia

    Marine reservist freed from prison in Mexico is arrested in Georgia
    A Marine reservist held for seven months in a Mexican prison on weapons charges has been arrested in Georgia on suspicion of reckless driving and drunk driving. Andrew Tahmooressi, released by a Mexican judge in October so that he could return to the U....
  • In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again

    In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again
    She is sort of a cross between Christiane Amanpour and a dog with a bone. Carmen Aristegui is possibly Mexico's most famous journalist, very courageous and often annoying. She hosts an enormously popular four-hour daily radio program and has a nightly...
  • Tourist dies when whale crash-lands on boat

    Tourist dies when whale crash-lands on boat
    A 35-year-old Canadian woman died from injuries suffered when a surfacing gray whale crashed onto a tourist boat, Mexican authorities said Wednesday. The Baja California Sur state prosecutor's office said the collision with the whale about a mile from the...
  • 1 month prison for businessman in smuggling of Dodgers' Puig

    A businessman who helped Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig get out of Cuba to sign a rich American baseball contract was sentenced Friday to a month in prison and five months' house arrest for violating U.S. immigration laws. U.S. District Judge...
  • Mexican government may pay damages to army-slayings victims

    A Mexican government commission for victims' rights may pay tens of thousands of dollars in reparations to relatives of those killed in the army's June 30 slaying of criminal suspects after most of them had surrendered. The head of the Executive...
  • 7 Mexican federal police detained on extortion allegations

    Mexican authorities said they detained seven more federal police officers Thursday in the northern border city of Matamoros in connection with an extortion investigation. A statement from the National Security Commission said the seven were taken into...
  • Mexicans' preference for US used cars sparks fight over patriotism, global warming

    MEXICALI, Mexico Every day, Mexico's muscular automotive industry churns out thousands of shiny new vehicles and puts them on rail cars to cross the border bound for U.S. showrooms. Every day, similar traffic rolls in the other direction: thousands of...
  • Weston Marine reservist freed from prison in Mexico is arrested in Georgia

    Weston Marine reservist freed from prison in Mexico is arrested in Georgia
    A Marine reservist from Weston who was held for seven months in a Mexican prison on weapons charges has been arrested in Georgia on suspicion of reckless driving and refusing to take a drunk-driving test. Andrew Tahmooressi, released by a Mexican...
  • Marine who was held in Mexican jail is charged with DUI

    Georgia authorities say a former Marine who spent eight months in a Mexican jail for crossing the border with loaded guns was arrested during a traffic stop on misdemeanor charges including driving under the influence. The Emanuel County Sheriff's Office...
  • Ex-President Calderon tells Judson crowd how Mexico survived recession

    Ex-President Calderon tells Judson crowd how Mexico survived recession
    Speaking to 425 people at Judson University Thursday, former Mexican President Felipe Calderon described how he survived a "perfect storm" of recession, drought, natural disasters, rising crime and oil depletion to bring Mexico's economy to new heights...
  • Arizona park rebounds after years of border crime

    For over a decade, armed drug traffickers were so prevalent in this vast desert monument that visitors were barred from entering more than half of it. One law enforcement group dubbed it America's most dangerous park for two years straight after drug...