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Mexico

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  • Mexico nabs alleged leader of mass-kidnapping gang

    Police have captured the purported head of a criminal gang believed to be responsible for kidnapping more than 100 people in southern Mexico, authorities said Friday. The group allegedly led by Nicolas Trujillo Urieta, 24, operated in the violence-...
  • Mexico City: 007 film 'Spectre' good for business in capital

    Mexico City officials said Thursday that recent filming for the upcoming James Bond movie "Spectre" was a business boon for the capital's colonial core, despite complaints over lost sales blamed on street closures. Hotel occupancy in the historic...
  • U.S. officials seek Newport residents' help in preventing drug, human smuggling

    Though California's southern border is more than 100 miles from Newport Beach, U.S. Border Patrol and other Department of Homeland Security officials are seeking the community's help in preventing smuggling of drugs and people from Mexico. Four...
  • Flames engulf Mexico oil platform in Gulf, killing 4 workers

    A huge ball of flames engulfed an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, killing four people and sending terrified workers leaping into the sea. State-run oil company Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said it had averted any significant oil...
  • Trinity Test site opening to face protest from residents

    Seven decades after an atomic bomb helped end World War II, descendants of families near a New Mexico test want tourists to know residents suffered for years afterward and some of their children may have been affected. Hundreds of visitors are expected...
  • Lacking faith in government, Mexican parents approach cartel

    Some of the families of 43 college students missing in southern Mexico since September say desperation and a lack of confidence in the government drove them to appeal to the leader of a drug gang for help in locating their sons. After months of...
  • LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch

    LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch
    Lots of people have a stray fuzz ball or two kicking around under the sofa, or perhaps a missing sock to match the lonely one at the bottom of the laundry hamper. Christina Jones Janssen had something more valuable under the couch in her Bay Area home...
  • A holiday Mexican bread pudding comes off the secret menu

    A holiday Mexican bread pudding comes off the secret menu
    The title of Arizona poet laureate Alberto Álvaro Ríos’ memoir is "Capirotada," the name of the anything-goes bread pudding from Mexico that typically shows up on menus around Los Angeles during Lent. “Mexican cooking’s version of...
  • At least 4 killed in clash between Mexico vigilante groups

    A clash between two vigilante "self-defense" groups in the troubled Mexican state of Guerrero killed at least four people and dozens more were taken prisoner by each side, a leader of one of the groups said Tuesday. Over the last two years vigilantes...
  • Human rights groups join Mexico-UN dispute over accusations of torture

    MEXICO CITY A controversy over the use of torture in Mexico and whether the government has retreated on human rights and rule of law issues intensified Tuesday, with human rights groups denouncing the government of President Enrique Pena Nieto for his...
  • Pickers back at work in Baja California, but animosity remains

    Pickers back at work in Baja California, but animosity remains
    The farmworker strike that has crippled Baja California agricultural exports appears to be easing, but labor leaders and industry officials remain at odds and hundreds of protesters on Monday headed to the state capital to keep pressing for higher wages....