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  • In second Mexico vote, this time of migrants, Vazquez Mota wins

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The tiny but closely watched migrant segment of the Mexican electorate voted firmly for Josefina Vazquez Mota of the governing National Action Party (PAN), an opposite result to her third-place showing in the national race. The results...
  • Vazquez Mota says she'd pick Calderon as Mexico attorney general

     
    The presidential candidate for Mexico's ruling conservative party has said she'd invite President Felipe Calderon to be attorney-general if she won Sunday's vote, a surprise proposal made in the final hours of campaigning....
  • Election recount begins at more than half of Mexico polls

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexico is recounting votes cast at more than half its polling places during Sunday's presidential election, the electoral body announced Wednesday, as reports of vote-buying marred the apparent win of the former ruling Institutional...
  • Mexico student movement plans more protests against Peņa Nieto

     
    The student-led movement that emerged in Mexico against president-elect Enrique Peņa Nieto is planning another round of protests Sunday. The protests are part of a wave of demonstrations that began almost spontaneously during the presidential campaign and...
  • Mexico volcano spews gas, ash; authorities raise alert

     
    Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano has ramped up activity in recent days, spewing ash and gas and prompting authorities to raise the alert level for neighboring communities in the states of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala and Puebla....
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • Parents renew calls for justice in Mexico daycare fire of 2009

     
    Pink and baby-blue flags representing the 49 victims of the 2009 daycare fire that spread grief across Mexico were held aloft Sunday by demonstrators during a solemn protest commemorating the third anniversary of the tragedy. Parents planned another...
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • Mexico's PRI opens campaign office in Los Angeles

     
    Immigrants supporting Mexico's formerly long-ruling political party have opened a campaign office in the Los Angeles area for its 2012 presidential candidate, Enrique Peņa Nieto. The office, opened Thursday at a Mexico-themed mall in Lynwood, is an...