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  • Mexican journalist fired; had revealed presidential scandal

    The crusading host of Mexico's top-rated national news radio program has been fired in a case that many fear is a blow to freedom of expression.
  • Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui fired by radio station

    Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui fired by radio station
    Carmen Aristegui, the award-winning Mexican journalist behind the exposure of numerous scandals involving the government and other holders of power, has lost her popular daily radio show in a dispute with the station’s owners. Mexicans who tuned...

    In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again

    In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again
    She is sort of a cross between Christiane Amanpour and a dog with a bone. Carmen Aristegui is possibly Mexico's most famous journalist, very courageous and often annoying. She hosts an enormously popular four-hour daily radio program and has a nightly...

    Ex-President Calderon tells Judson crowd how Mexico survived recession

    Ex-President Calderon tells Judson crowd how Mexico survived recession
    Speaking to 425 people at Judson University Thursday, former Mexican President Felipe Calderon described how he survived a "perfect storm" of recession, drought, natural disasters, rising crime and oil depletion to bring Mexico's economy to new heights...

    Controversial nominee approved for Mexican Supreme Court

    Controversial nominee approved for Mexican Supreme Court
    One senator called him the great national spy. A commentator said it was like appointing Donald Rumsfeld to the Supreme Court. More than 50,000 scholars, lawyers and others signed a petition against him. And yet Eduardo Medina Mora, until now Mexico&...