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  • 'Our hearts are broken' - President Obama at Tucson shooting memorial; 'Arizona is united' - Gov. Brewer

     
    Full texts of the remarks by the president and Arizona governor....
  • Rising Mexican banda crooner Espinoza Paz pours on the romance

     
    Halfway through his Friday night concert in Mexico's biggest indoor auditorium, the Mexican banda crooner Espinoza Paz lost his black cowboy hat. It either fell off or disappeared in a scrum of fans who scrambled to touch him during one of several times...
  • Brazil mudslide survivors dig for their loved ones; 700 reported killed

     
    The death toll keeps rising as the mud is cleared in Brazil. More than 700 people have been reported killed in flash floods and mudslides last week in the state of Rio de Janeiro. More than 14,000 are homeless in one of the worst natural disasters in...
  • Kalimba, Mexican pop star, sought on rape allegations [UPDATED]

     
    UPDATE: News outlets in Mexico were reporting Thursday evening that Kalimba has been detained by U.S. immigration authorities in Texas. Details were not immediately available. A Mexican judge in the Caribbean state of Quintana Roo on Wednesday ordered the...
  • Gender-neutral toilets divide gay community in Brazil

     
    Boys, Girls, and Gender-Neutral? A prominent samba dance school in Brazil has decided to make it so, generating questions over the reaches of rights for gay, lesbian and transgender people -- even in the simple act of using a toilet. Unidos da Tijuca, one...
  • Researcher projects 5,000 will die in Ciudad Juarez in 2011

     
    An artificial-intelligence model generated by a university researcher in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, projects that 5,000 people will be killed in the violent border city this year. The same model projected at the start of 2010 that 3,000 would be killed in the...
  • U.S. opens the door further on travel to Cuba

     
    For the second time since taking office, President Obama eased restrictions on travel by Americans to Cuba. The relaxed rules are scheduled to take effect by the end of this week. The policy change announced Friday will, according to the White House,...
  • Is the drug war creeping into Mexico City?

     
    On a street corner waking up for the day Thursday in downtown Mexico City, La Plaza observed a military unit on patrol. A green Humvee was stationed in front of a convenience store, with several armed soldiers inside. One stood behind a mounted...
  • Former border agent says he was fired for drug-war comments

     
    A former U.S. Border Patrol agent says he was fired for expressing his opinions on the drug war in Mexico while on the job. Bryan Gonzalez, the former agent, alleges in a lawsuit filed last week that he was fired for telling a fellow agent that the drug-...
  • Mourners in Mexico say farewell to Samuel Ruiz, priest who mediated Zapatista conflict

     
    Mourners this week have been streaming into the cathedral in the Mexican city of San Cristobal de las Casas to say farewell to Samuel Ruiz Garcia, the Roman Catholic bishop who championed indigenous rights. Ruiz died Monday at a hospital in Mexico City....
  • Jose Clemente Orozco, master muralist, shines in an overwhelming exhibit in Mexico

     
    The Mexican muralist Jose Clemente Orozco (1883-1949) is the subject of an immense and exhausting survey up now at a downtown Mexico City museum, the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso. A total of 358 pieces fill more than a dozen exhibit halls, including...