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  • Mexico national soccer team beats Ecuador, 1-0, at L.A. Coliseum

    Mexico national soccer team beats Ecuador, 1-0, at L.A. Coliseum
    Two weeks ago, Mexican national team Coach Miguel Herrera was in a Mexico City museum unveiling a wax likeness of himself. Before that he was at the Super Bowl in Phoenix. In between, he's been at tennis tournaments, on talk shows — everywhere, it...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Report: Mexico demands -- and gets -- changes in James Bond script

    Report: Mexico demands -- and gets -- changes in James Bond script
    You don’t expect 007 to cave. But that is what is said to have happened when makers of the latest James Bond film reportedly capitulated to Mexican government demands for script changes — in exchange for $20 million in “incentives.&...
  • Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.

    Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.
    Before Fidel Sanchez led protest marches this month against growers in Baja California, he fought for higher wages from tomato farmers in Florida. Justino Herrera, who dons an Army fatigue jacket during labor talks, once led a work stoppage against an...
  • Crashed military helicopter found in Gulf of Mexico; no survivors expected

    Crashed military helicopter found in Gulf of Mexico; no survivors expected
    The Black Hawk helicopter that vanished in fog off the Florida coast during a routine training mission with seven Marines and four Army soldiers on board has been found, authorities said Thursday. There are no expected survivors from the apparent...
  • Emeril Lagasse tours three Kissimmee eateries on Emeril's Florida

    Emeril Lagasse tours three Kissimmee eateries on Emeril's Florida
    Emeril Lagasse tours Kissimmee on the Sunday March 15 episode of Emeril’s Florida on The Cooking Channel. The show will feature three restaurants including El Tenampa, the Lakeside Bar and Grill the Bohemian Hotel in Celebration and Eleven at...
  • Controversial nominee approved for Mexican Supreme Court

    Controversial nominee approved for Mexican Supreme Court
    One senator called him the great national spy. A commentator said it was like appointing Donald Rumsfeld to the Supreme Court. More than 50,000 scholars, lawyers and others signed a petition against him. And yet Eduardo Medina Mora, until now Mexico&...
  • Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight

    Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight
    Some armless, others hobbling on spindly prosthetic legs, Honduran migrants came to Mexico City this week to protest their plight. Maimed in Mexico when they tried to catch a precarious train to reach the United States, they feel forgotten, ignored and...