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  • Trade body rules against US on 'dolphin-safe' tuna

    The World Trade Organization has found that the U.S. needs to amend rules underpinning "dolphin-safe" tuna labels, upholding a complaint by Mexico in a long-running dispute. The U.S. revised rules in 2013 following a previous WTO ruling but Mexico...
  • Mexican government raids farm labor camps in crackdown on abuses

    Mexican government raids farm labor camps in crackdown on abuses
    The Mexican government has raided at least three squalid, makeshift farm labor camps in recent weeks, rescuing about 250 adults and children and posting videos of the operations — rare enforcement actions that suggest a more aggressive tack by...
  • To foil oil spills, new rule requires better blowout preventers

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration unveiled a new rule Monday that's designed to help prevent a repeat of the deadly 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and to bolster the president's claim that it's safe to start...
  • Harvard dean chosen as new UM president

    Harvard dean chosen as new UM president
    Dr. Julio Frenk, a Harvard dean who served as the former minister of health for Mexico, was named Monday as the new president of the University of Miami. He will become UM's sixth president and the first Hispanic in the role. He replaces Donna Shalala,...
  • Harvard's Julio Frenk is new University of Miami president

    Julio Frenk, a former health minister in Mexico and a dean who helped quadruple fundraising at Harvard during his recent tenure there, was tapped Monday as the next president of the University of Miami. The school's board of trustees unanimously approved...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Vegetarian Mexican dishes for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Vegetarian Mexican dishes for Meatless Monday
    If you love Mexican food but find it hard at times to locate good vegetarian options, Lorenza Muñoz has some ideas, as she explored in her article on Mexican vegetarian dishes: "Meatless dishes actually have a long history in Mexican cuisine," she...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Santo Tomas de Castilla, Guatemala

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Santo Tomas de Castilla, Guatemala
    Exploring Mayan ruins, strolling in colonial towns, hiking and bird-watching in the rainforest, bartering in markets: Guatemala offers cruise passengers these opportunities and more. Guatemala, a Central American country, borders Mexico, Belize,...
  • Orlando City's Brek Shea called up for friendly vs. Mexico

    Orlando City's Brek Shea called up for friendly vs. Mexico
    PORTLAND, Ore. -- Orlando City defender Brek Shea was called up by the U.S. national team for a friendly Wednesday against Mexico in San Antonio. The call-up is extra sweet for Shea as the game will be played about an hour and a half from his hometown...
  • Two bars -- one Mexicano, one 'Chipster' -- show how an L.A. neighborhood is changing

    Two bars -- one Mexicano, one 'Chipster' -- show how an L.A. neighborhood is changing
    The beers pile up in front of the men at the bar in Las Palomas as Los Tigres del Norte's "Somos Mas Americanos" blasts from the jukebox: "They've screamed at me a thousand times to go back to my land." After a day sweating at an auto body shop, Hugo...
  • Mexico arrests alleged Sinaloa cartel cocaine trafficker

    Mexican marines and police have arrested a man authorities describe as a leading cocaine trafficker for Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel, authorities said Sunday. Monte Alejandro Rubido, Mexico's national security commissioner, said Cesar Gastelum Serrano...
  • Mexican activist says authorities hinder migrant protest

    About 200 Central American migrants who were planning to take part in a traditional "Viacrucis" protest have been hemmed in by Mexican immigration checkpoints and threats to detain them, an activist said Saturday. For several years, migrants have carried...