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  • In Mexico, 'El Bronco' rides rare independent candidacy to governorship

    In Mexico, 'El Bronco' rides rare independent candidacy to governorship
    He campaigned on horseback and called himself “El Bronco.” On Monday, he was calling himself governor-elect. Jaime Rodriguez became the first independent candidate elected to major public office in modern Mexican history, scoring an apparent...
  • Customs officials nab teen with pot in bicycle tires

    Customs officials in the border town of Douglas arrested a 17-year-old boy after finding his bicycle's tires stuffed with more than three pounds of marijuana. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say officers at the Douglas Port of Entry arrested...
  • Mexican soccer star Blanco apparent winner of mayoral race

    Mexican soccer star Cuauhtemoc Blanco has apparently been elected mayor of Cuernavaca, just south of Mexico City. Preliminary counts published Monday show the former star forward won 25.7 percent of the votes cast in Sunday's election, well ahead of...
  • Winners and losers: 5 takeaways from Mexico midterm vote

    Here are five things to know about Mexico's midterm elections, seen as a referendum on President Enrique Pena Nieto's government halfway through his six-year mandate. RULING PARTY TAKES CONGRESS Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI,...
  • Mexico president poised for majority despite discontent

    Despite widespread disillusionment with his government, President Enrique Pena Nieto on Monday emerged from midterm elections with an expected congressional majority that will let him forge ahead with his reform agenda without compromising with opponents....
  • Out-of-nowhere election triumph of Mexico independent alters outlook for change

    MEXICO CITY A bright new star has appeared in the Mexican political firmament, and he goes by the nickname "El Bronco." Jaime Rodriguez, an independent candidate, won his campaign to become governor of Mexico's most prosperous border state, Nuevo Leon,...
  • Anger runs high as Mexicans vote: 'So many parties. Not much choice'

    Anger runs high as Mexicans vote: 'So many parties. Not much choice'
    Amid torched ballot boxes and deep public anger, Mexicans voted Sunday for governors, Congress members and other officials in a midterm election expected to hand more power to the ruling party despite widespread discontent. But for the first time in...
  • JetBlue to offer Mexico City flights from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando

    JetBlue Airways is adding another Latin American city to its route map — Mexico City. Starting Oct. 1, travelers will be able to hop aboard new nonstop service from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to the Mexican metropolis — its 35th destination...
  • Manuel Camacho Solis dies at 69; veteran Mexican politician quit ruling party

    Manuel Camacho Solis dies at 69; veteran Mexican politician quit ruling party
    Manuel Camacho Solis, a veteran politician in Mexico who served as government negotiator with rebelling peasants in the 1990s and later turned against the ruling party, has died. He was 69. Mexico City Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera announced Camacho’s...
  • Record $50 Million Worth Of Mexican Heroin Seized In NYC Destined For Connecticut, Other States

    Record $50 Million Worth Of Mexican Heroin Seized In NYC Destined For Connecticut, Other States
    NEW YORK — An investigation of a pair of New York City drug traffickers has resulted in a record seizure of more than 150 pounds of heroin from Mexico worth at least $50 million, authorities said Tuesday. The Drug Enforcement Administration and...
  • Violence in 2 states as Mexico votes in midterm elections

    MEXICO CITY Masked assailants Sunday blocked access to voter precincts and burned ballot boxes in more than a dozen towns in the southern states of Oaxaca and Guerrero as voting tense midterm elections elsewhere proceeded with only minor disruption....