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  • Coping with fear in Monterrey, Mexico, or leaving it

     
    Checkpoints are now part of daily life in Monterrey, a metropolitan region of more than 4 million -- Mexico's wealthiest and third-largest city. The brief anxiety that these encounters produce in people is probably the least of residents' worries....
  • Despite violence, music festival big in Mexico's Monterrey

     
    Mexico, drug war, music, festival, NRML: The independent music scene has proven itself alive and well in Mexico's wealthiest but increasingly violent city of Monterrey. Last weekend's NRML festival took place without a major problem and was the largest in...
  • Mexico City residents to mega-quakes: We can handle it

     
    It's true that sometimes Mexico City can look and feel like the Hollywood set for a movie about the apocalypse. On Tuesday, riding through another big quake, it proved that it's a city that can take a punch....
  • How dancers in Mexico honor the last emperor of the Aztecs

     
    Every February, Aztec dancers flock to the mountain town of Ixcateopan, where the bones of Cuauhtemoc, the last emperor of the Aztecs, are said to lie....
  • Sizing up campaign ads in Mexico's presidential election [Video]

     
    Friday marks the official start of Mexico's presidential election campaign, but television ads from the three main candidates are already spreading through social media, an advertising deluge that will continue until election day on July 1....
  • A leaked tape is an early twist in Mexico's presidential race

     
    A scandal surrounding a tape has dropped into Mexico's presidential race, and the campaign hasn't even officially started yet....
  • Death toll is 2 in Mexico quake; volcano rumor quelled

     
    Two people have died after last week's large earthquake in Mexico, the first casualties reported since the magnitude 7.4 quake shook densely populated Mexico City and damaged thousands of homes across several southern states....
  • Gallup poll: Mexicans more afraid to walk alone at night

     
    Mexicans' trust in their military and national police has steadily declined since 2007, the first full year of President Felipe Calderon's war against drug cartels, a new Gallup poll says....
  • Back again, liberal Mexico candidate makes pitch to business leaders

     
    MEXICO CITY -- In 2006, when he came within a hair of winning Mexico's presidency, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's opponents on the right called him a "danger to Mexico," a would-be Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, and said he would plunge the country into an...
  • Adjustments for Mexico candidate Vazquez Mota after shaky start

     
    After the emptying stadiums, angry protests, and a near fainting spell, Mexican presidential candidate Josefina Vazquez Mota on Monday announced a "change of course" in her campaign to be elected Mexico's first woman president....
  • Artist Elizabeth Catlett remembered; dead at 96 in Mexico

     
    Elizabeth Catlett, a U.S.-born artist who directly confronted the injustices faced by African Americans and celebrated black identity and culture through her work, has died in her longtime home in Mexico....