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  • Burned bones and other remains may belong to missing Mexican students

    Mexican investigators have recovered black plastic garbage bags containing dozens of burned human bones, ashes and other remains they believe may belong to 43 college students last seen being led away by police nearly a month and a half ago. The remains...
  • Priest's body found in Mexico mass grave

    Priest's body found in Mexico mass grave
    The body of a Roman Catholic priest from Uganda who went missing in southwestern Mexico has been found in a mass grave as authorities search for the remains of 43 missing trainee teachers feared massacred, the local diocese said on Friday. On Thursday,...
  • Video: The Alamo -- the most famous building in Texas

    Video: The Alamo -- the most famous building in Texas
    The Alamo might be smaller than a lot of people expect, but it's right in the heart of San Antonio, a couple of blocks from the River Walk. So even if you've forgotten it, you might find yourself there. This video follows visitors inside and out,...
  • Days of the dead: Time to say 'enough' to extreme narco-culture?

    Days of the dead: Time to say 'enough' to extreme narco-culture?
    Call it the Mexican Spring. Over the weekend, I was riveted by the protests in Mexico City: the tens of thousands of people who had taken to the streets to demand answers from the government about the disappearance of 43 student activists in the...
  • Roundup: A restored Adam, LACMA's big gift, new museum for O.C.

    Three prominent Mexican film directors have called out their government on the issue of the 43 disappeared students, a San Diego architect takes on Sen. Ted Cruz and border policy and protesters hit the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Plus: There are plans...
  • Mexico cancels deal with Chinese-led consortium to build bullet train

    Bowing to intense criticism, the government of President Enrique Peña Nieto yanked a contract worth nearly $4 billion from a Chinese-led consortium to build a bullet train, billed as one of Mexico's largest infrastructure projects in recent times. The...
  • Drug cartel leader Hector Beltran Leyva arrested in Mexico

    Drug cartel leader Hector Beltran Leyva arrested in Mexico
    Hector Beltran Leyva, remaining kingpin of a once-powerful and increasingly troublesome family-run drug cartel, was captured Wednesday in central Mexico, authorities announced. Beltran Leyva was taken into custody by army forces “without a shot...
  • Mexican officer and 7 soldiers in military court in killing of 22 people in June

    A Mexican army officer and seven soldiers were brought before a military court Thursday in connection with the shootings of 22 people in June -- an incident officials portrayed as a gun battle. The Mexican Defense Ministry said the eight men were...
  • 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...