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  • Mexico City joins others in banning animals in circuses

    If you plan to watch a circus in Mexico's capital, you better really like clowns and acrobats. Reacting to allegations of abuse, Mexico City politicians voted overwhelmingly on Monday to prohibit the use of animals at circuses. Owners of circuses will...
  • Border Patrol agent can be sued in fatal shooting, court rules

    A U.S. Border Patrol agent can be sued for firing across the border and killing a 15-year-old Mexican boy, a federal appeals court ruled Monday, a decision with potentially broad consequences for the highly charged issue of law enforcement's use of deadly...
  • Brazil and Mexico: World Cup tie seems fitting for off-field rivals

    Brazil and Mexico: World Cup tie seems fitting for off-field rivals
    Going into the game, Brazil was favored to beat Mexico on Tuesday in the group stage of the FIFA World Cup. The atmosphere had been decidedly friendly as tens of thousands of fans from both sides met in the streets in a lighthearted rivalry. At the...
  • Mexican cartel kingpin reported dead -- of a heart attack

    He was the most discreet of Mexican cartel kingpins, the opposite of the high-living, mass-killing capo. If Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno, also known as “El Azul” or “The Blue,” ordered massacres of enemies, it wasn’t well...
  • Feds look to Baltimore to shelter immigrant children

    Feds look to Baltimore to shelter immigrant children
    Federal officials are eying a large, vacant office building near Lexington Market on Baltimore's west side as a potential shelter for children caught entering the country illegally, an idea that met with resistance from several Maryland lawmakers on...
  • For Mexico fans, near upset in World Cup too good to be true

    For many Mexico fans, it seemed clear what would happen. The historic fatalism of fans of the national team and the swelling maybe-too-good-to-be-true feeling that this team was destined to go farther than before crashed at a familiar intersection of...
  • Former Mexican mayor says he stole public funds -- but only 'poquito'

    Former Mexican mayor says he stole public funds -- but only 'poquito'
    A former mayor in the central Mexican state of Nayarit who is running for office again caused a stir when he told supporters at a campaign event this weekend that he stole from the treasury -- but only "poquito," he said merrily.  "Just a little,...
  • World Cup: Netherlands' top-notch offense vs. Mexico's stingy defense

    A pre-match overview does not get more fundamental than this. The third game in the round of 16 pits the Netherlands, the World Cup's finest procurer of goals, against Mexico, tied with Costa Rica as the best preventer. Guillermo Ochoa of Mexico,...
  • Suspect extradited from Mexico to U.S. in border agent's slaying

    Suspect extradited from Mexico to U.S. in border agent's slaying
    A man charged in the murder of Brian A. Terry, a U.S. Border Patrol agent whose death was at the center of the Operation Fast and Furious investigation, has been returned to the United States and is scheduled to appear in federal court on Wednesday,...
  • Obama to seek $2 billion to stem surge of Central American immigrants

    Obama to seek $2 billion to stem surge of Central American immigrants
    President Obama will send a letter to Congress on Monday requesting more than $2 billion to pay for tighter border enforcement and humanitarian assistance to respond to the swell of children from Central America illegally crossing the border without their...
  • Suspect in border agent's death extradited from Mexico

    Suspect in border agent's death extradited from Mexico
    It was a bloody confrontation more than three years ago in the desert brush of Arizona about 11 miles from the border with Mexico. When it was over, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry was dead and two weapons found at the scene would shine a light on...