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  • FIFA will not discipline Mexico for fans using derogatory chant

    FIFA will not discipline Mexico for fans using derogatory chant
    FIFA has cleared Mexico of disciplinary action for the use of a derogatory term in a cheer against opposing teams, which some consider homophobic, and thousands of Mexicans used it enthusiastically in their 3-1 win against Croatia in Recife Monday....
  • Brazil's Bovespa to hinge on election, Mexico's IPC to advance: Reuters poll

    SAO PAULO/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Brazil's Bovespa stock index will rally or sink at the end of the year depending on the outcome of the nation's presidential election in October, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday, while Mexican shares will track economic...
  • Mexican law enforcement accused of firing on U.S. border agents

    Mexican law enforcement accused of firing on U.S. border agents
     A Mexican law enforcement helicopter crossed into U.S. airspace and fired two shots, just missing American Border Patrol agents and prompting a quick apology from Mexican authorities in what is the second incursion this year of Mexican forces into United...
  • Goalie Guillermo Ochoa becomes an instant hero in Mexico

    Goalie Guillermo Ochoa becomes an instant hero in Mexico
    SAO PAULO, Brazil — Mexico's soccer heroes tend to be strikers, the home run hitters of the sport. Players like Hugo Sanchez and Cuauhtemoc Blanco and more recently Chicharito Hernandez and Oribe Peralta are the guys who get the sponsorships and...
  • 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...
  • Mexico fans band together after World Cup loss

    Mexico fans band together after World Cup loss
    Whatever the outcome, Huntington Park police were ready. They closed a three-block stretch of Pacific Boulevard. They put extra patrols on the street, including officers on horseback. Emergency response teams throughout the county were placed on alert....
  • World Cup 2014: In Mexico City, a long history of ballgames

    World Cup 2014: In Mexico City, a long history of ballgames
    Soccer has a rich history in Mexico and an ardent fan base in Mexico City. As far back as 1400 BC, Mesoamericans were playing ballgames. Mayas, Aztecs, Olmecs and others held team competitions in stone ball courts. The goal was to hit a heavy ball through...
  • Four stars: Topolobampo is one of Chicago's finest restaurants

    Four stars: Topolobampo is one of Chicago's finest restaurants
    Topolobampo is approaching its 25th birthday (toward the end of the year) looking very much like a restaurant gearing up for 25 more. It's not just that the cooking is at the highest level that I've ever seen, although that's certainly the case. Chef de...
  • Couple's culturally diverse marriage

    Couple's culturally diverse marriage
    In 1973, Queta Rodriguez traveled from her home in Mexico City for a yearlong visit with her uncle in New York City. She tagged along with her uncle's buddy to a French class, which was as much a social gathering as language course. There, Queta met Ron...
  • 'Mujeres Mexicana' highlights female photographers

     'Mujeres Mexicana' highlights female photographers
    WHAT: "Mujeres Mexicana," an exhibit of works by female Mexican photographers, is on view at the Southeast Museum of Photography at Daytona State College. "My project is to see Mexico City from a very personal point of view, to envision it as if I...
  • In Mexico, notorious for bad education, teachers make big bucks

    We already know about the abysmal state of education in Mexico, where students routinely score near the bottom of international testing. But a new report by a Mexico-based think tank has revealed some real zingers, including 70 teachers who haul in more...