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Mexico

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  • Mexican president OKs investigation of his family, administration

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Tuesday named a longtime party loyalist to head up an anticorruption agency, then gave him his first assignment: investigate accusations of conflicts of interest in real estate deals by the president, his wife and...
  • Mexico opium growers say they have no choice but to plant more acres to meet US heroin demand

    Red and purple blossoms with fat, opium-filled bulbs blanket the remote creek sides and gorges of the Filo Mayor mountains in the southern state of Guerrero. The multibillion-dollar Mexican opium trade starts here, with poppy farmers so poor they live in...
  • Cuban migrants without visas flow into US

    MIAMI Javier Martinez boarded a plane at Jose Marti International Airport in Havana one day in October and left the island to seek a better future abroad. After five days in Ecuador, the 24-year-old accounting graduate made his way to the Mexican...
  • Mexican Mafia meeting: What was the LAPD thinking?

    To the editor: What in the world was Chief Charlie Beck and the rest of the Los Angeles Police Department brass thinking when they green-lighted a talk between a "former" shot-caller for the Mexican Mafia and so-called "prominent business leaders" in...
  • Bodega: Hip Mexican In An Energetic Atmosphere

    Bodega: Hip Mexican In An Energetic Atmosphere
    "Can I get you some guacamole for the table?" What a nice idea. Bodega is one of those places people love, a hip little place serving small-plate, contemporary Mexican food in downtown Fairfield. The small, narrow room has an industrial feel, lined with...
  • Propane delivery part of daily life in Mexico, but deadly explosion draws calls to reconsider

    It was the sort of scene that plays out thousands of times a day across Mexico City: A tanker truck laden with propane rumbled down a crowded street, pulled up at a hospital and began to pump gas into its storage tanks. Then something went very wrong....
  • LAPD criticized for arranging downtown talk by Mexican Mafia killer

    LAPD criticized for arranging downtown talk by Mexican Mafia killer
    The undercover police sedans arrived about noon in a bustling section of downtown Los Angeles. Eight uniformed LAPD officers got out and filed into a historic 12-story building on Spring Street. Later, an LAPD helicopter buzzed overhead as a half-...
  • Reies Lopez Tijerina dies at 88; Chicano rights movement leader

     Reies Lopez Tijerina dies at 88; Chicano rights movement leader
    On June 5, 1967, a group of armed men, led by fiery preacher Reies Lopez Tijerina, arrived at the county courthouse in the small New Mexico community of Tierra Amarilla. They were there to free prisoners who were arrested in a land grant dispute and to...
  • Both sides upbeat after hearing about fatal border shooting

    A U.S. Border Patrol agent who shot and killed a Mexican 15-year-old boy across the border should be accountable in U.S. district court because all of his actions were in the country, an attorney for the boy's parents told judges Wednesday. "There is no...
  • Mexico, which depends largely on oil revenue, cuts public spending

    Mexico, which depends largely on oil revenue, cuts public spending
    The collapse in global oil prices forced Mexico on Friday to announce large cuts in public spending, threatening several major projects, including the government’s showcase but controversial bullet train out of Mexico City. Finance Minister Luis...
  • Beck admits 'mistakes' over meeting that had ex-Mexican Mafia member

    Beck admits 'mistakes' over meeting that had ex-Mexican Mafia member
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck admitted late Thursday that "mistakes were made in holding" a meeting this week in downtown L.A. between a convicted ex-member of the Mexican Mafia, a group of business leaders and local law enforcement officials....