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  • Thousands protest in Mexico against corruption, missing students

    Thousands protest in Mexico against corruption, missing students
    Seizing on the anniversary of Mexico’s 1910 revolution, demonstrators took to the streets in Mexico City and other parts of the country Thursday in one of the largest shows to date of public anger over government corruption and the probable massacre...
  • Americans ignore the mass murder of students that is roiling Mexico

    Americans ignore the mass murder of students that is roiling Mexico
    The violent disappearance of 43 students from a rural 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 the...
  • Missing Mexico students: 'We want them alive,' L.A. activists chant

    Missing Mexico students: 'We want them alive,' L.A. activists chant
    Standing in front of photos of 43 missing students in the Mexican state of Guerrero, activists and community members gathered across the street from the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles on Wednesday chanting: "Vivos se los llevaron, vivos los...
  • Mexican president's wife backs out of mansion deal

    The wife of Mexican President Enrique Peņa 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...
  • 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...
  • Legendary Mexican star Juan Gabriel to stop in Orlando

    Legendary Mexican star Juan Gabriel to stop in Orlando
    One of the most revered singers in Latin music will provide the soundtrack for romance on Valentine's Day weekend in Orlando. Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel recorded his "El Alma Joven…" debut album in 1971 on RCA Records. He followed it with...
  • Readers' top travel picks

    Readers' top travel picks
    Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, Aruba With a free-form pool for the kids and a casino for the adults, Hector Rivas and his family say the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is the perfect getaway. “We’ve been there four...
  • 22 Mexican police officers held in killings

    22 Mexican police officers held in killings
    Authorities said Monday that they had arrested 22 police agents in the weekend killings of six students and others in the troubled state of Guerrero, one of several incidents that also left 25 people injured and more than 50 presumed missing. It is...
  • U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico

    U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico
    For so long, Nancy Landa kept secrets. Growing up in South Los Angeles, she never told friends that her parents had brought her illegally from Mexico when she was 9. Years later, after she had been elected the first-ever Latina student body...
  • Mexican filmmaker Luis Estrada's satirical agenda hits home

    Mexican filmmaker Luis Estrada's satirical agenda hits home
    The hottest movie in Mexico opens with an unusual disclaimer: Any resemblance to reality is not a mere coincidence. That's the kind of line audiences have come to expect from director Luis Estrada, whose searing satirical films about contemporary Mexico...
  • Los Cabos, Mexico, starts to recover from Hurricane Odile

    Los Cabos, Mexico, starts to recover from Hurricane Odile
    Nancy Lacy looked out at the naked palm trees, the boulder-filled infinity pools and the concrete sea wall that once was and now wasn't. "Wow," she said quietly from the reception area at her Cabo San Lucas hotel. "It's all gone." Nearly one month...