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  • Building bridges with international students

    Building bridges with international students
    My Mexican father applied to colleges in the United States in the late 1940s and was offered scholarships by the University of Arizona and by Western Reserve (now Case Western Reserve) in Cleveland. His father sat him down and drew a line from west to...
  • In missing students case, Mexico draws world attention it doesn't want

    COCULA, Mexico The clock ticks. A nation waits. More than a month after 43 student teachers went missing, a frantic search unfolds in the hills of western Mexico's Guerrero state. By some counts, more than three dozen potential grave sites have been...
  • Feds missed chances to arrest suspected arms smuggler, report says

    Feds missed chances to arrest suspected arms smuggler, report says
    Federal agents on the Southwestern border missed several chances to arrest a suspected arms smuggler providing weapons to Mexican drug cartels, a Department of Justice investigation has concluded. The report, released Thursday by the Justice Department&...
  • Mexico nabs boss of once-feared Juarez drug cartel

    Mexico nabs boss of once-feared Juarez drug cartel
    Mexican security forces on Thursday captured the leader of the once-feared Juarez Cartel in the country's restive north on Thursday, the second drug kingpin to fall in just over a week. Vicente Carrillo, 51, long-time head of the Juarez Cartel, was a...
  • A call for authentic democracy in Mexico

    There is finally a message of hope coming from south of the border. A powerful new social movement has emerged that could radically transform Mexico's corrupt political system. The disappearance and probable massacre of dozens of student activists by...
  • The evolving acceptance of dual citizenship

    The evolving acceptance of dual citizenship
    Naturalization ceremonies are the stock in trade of American news organizations: the speeches, the number of countries represented among the applicants and the pictures of newly minted Americans waving miniature American flags. One fact you won't find...
  • Mexico finds more graves at site of suspected student massacre

    Mexico finds more graves at site of suspected student massacre
    Mexican authorities have found four more clandestine graves containing charred human remains at a site in the restive southwest of the country, where officials fear missing students were massacred by gang members and police. Attorney General Jesus...
  • Mexico focuses on new mass grave in students' disappearance

    Mexico focuses on new mass grave in students' disappearance
    Mexican authorities Tuesday announced the arrest of another suspect in the disappearance of 43 college students and said they were working with the most solid clues to date in finding the youths’ whereabouts — centering on a mass grave at a...
  • Police think argument led New Mexico sheriff's deputy to kill colleague

    A Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy was shot to death by a fellow officer at a Las Cruces, N.M., hotel early Tuesday morning after the two got into an argument at a nearby bar, law enforcement officials think. Las Cruces police were called to the lobby...
  • Mexico governor steps down over missing students

    Mexico governor steps down over missing students
    The disappearance of 43 students at the hands of police working with drug gangs claimed the scandal’s first major political casualty Thursday with the resignation of Angel Aguirre, governor of the state of Guerrero, where the attacks took place....
  • Mexican authorities determining whether remains are of missing students

    Mexican authorities said Monday that they had discovered another hidden grave -- this one by a garbage dump south of Iguala in Guerrero state -- and are examining the remains to determine whether they are the bodies of 43 college students missing for a...