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  • World's highest cable-suspended bridge completed in Mexico drug region

    World's highest cable-suspended bridge completed in Mexico drug region
    Mexico this month completed the highest cable-stayed bridge in the world, permitting a four-lane highway to cut across a rugged region known locally as the Devil's Backbone at a height that would allow the Eiffel Tower and then some to fit underneath it....
  • 150K people to party at San Diego Pride

    150K people to party at San Diego Pride
    SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Pride festival celebrations officially kicked off Friday evening in Balboa Park. San Diego LGBT Pride march is the biggest civic event in San Diego with an expected 150,000 people to fill the streets of Hillcrest over the...
  • Seattle Sounders FC 1 at FC Dallas 0

    Seattle Sounders FC 1 at FC Dallas 0
      Mauro Rosales scored the first-half winner and Kasey Keller posted his eighth shutout as Seattle Sounders FC earned its first victory in Texas with a 1-0 win over Western Conference foe FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park on Saturday night.   Sounders FC...
  • Team changes at Ocean View

    There's going to be a new look to the Ocean View High football team this fall. The Seahawks go into the start of preseason camp Monday under the direction of a new head coach with additional new members added to its coaching staff. Luis Nunez, who...
  • Light show in honor of Mexican Revolution wows audiences, but skips parts of history

     
    For starters, it's bigger than big. The multimedia "spectacle" playing its final show Wednesday night on the vast Zocalo central square in Mexico City employs enormous light projections and audio systems, 12 semi-transparent jumbo screens, fiery...
  • Paraguay halts British expedition over isolated indigenous group

     
    The government of Paraguay has put the brakes on a planned expedition into a remote northern region of the country, fearing that researchers from the Natural History Museum of London could make contact with an indigenous group that wants to remain...
  • The troubled state of Tamaulipas: 'The narcos rule our lives'

     
    Tamaulipas, a state in Mexico's northeast across from Texas, is currently the site of some of the most severe clashes in Mexico's drug war. Fierce fighting between drug gangs and the military in the streets of several cities has been reported, and at...
  • Hoping to fly again, jobless flight attendants launch racy calendar in Mexico

     
    A group of unemployed flight attendants from the defunct Mexicana airline found a novel way to keep travelers' eyes on their case to fly again: a sexy calendar. The publicity stunt -- in a country where racy calendars adorn untold numbers of workshops and...
  • WikiLeaks on Latin America: Clinton asks personal questions about Argentina's Kirchners

     
    A secret U.S. diplomatic cable published by Wikileaks reveals requests by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on the mental health and decision-making style of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. The cable bearing Clinton's name...
  • WikiLeaks on Latin America: Honduras coup 'illegal'

     
    The June 2009 coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was rooted in an "illegal and unconstitutional" military and civilian plan, says one of the secret U.S. diplomatic cables published online by WikiLeaks. The cable, dated July 24, 2009, and...
  • Obama orders review after revelations of '40s-era Guatemala syphilis study

     
    The White House has ordered a comprehensive review of medical research guidelines after revelations last month that the U.S. knowingly infected hundreds of Guatemalan prisoners and patients with syphilis or gonorrhea in the 1940s. President Obama's...