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  • Despite policy changes, smog still afflicts Mexico City

     
    It may no longer be known as the worst in the world, but Mexico City's smog becomes particularly intense at the start of every Christmas season....
  • 6.7 earthquake rocks Mexico City; no tsunami warning for California

     
    A 6.7 earthquake rocked parts of Mexico -- including Mexico City -- on Saturday evening. But officials said they don't expect the temblor to cause any tsunami warnings along the California coast. The quake was reported 22 miles from Teloloapan......
  • 2 students dead in clash with Mexico police

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- Two students are dead after a confrontation between police and rural teaching students in the southern state of Guerrero, in an incident that is reminding many here of the history of brutal crackdowns against leftist...
  • Mexico female candidate criticizes Pena Nieto on housewife remark

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- The lone female candidate contending for Mexico's presidency described herself as one of the millions of Mexican women who go home at the end of the day to check on the refrigerator, in comments that played on the touchy...
  • Mexico's president, first lady pray for peace at holy site

     
    President Felipe Calderon and First Lady Margarita Zavala on Sunday appeared at Mexico's most revered holy site for Roman Catholics, the Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe, and prayed for peace in a public display of devotion....
  • Marking a 'green' milestone, Mexico City closes dump

     
    Mexico City to close huge trash dump. Mexican capital focuses on green energy....
  • Mexicans confront racism with white, black doll video

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- Is Mexico's an inherently racist society? Does the culture overwhelmingly favor those with light skin over those with dark skin? And if so, is that a legacy of European colonialism or present-day images in television and...
  • Gabrielle Giffords: Poignant meetings mark final days in office

     
    Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head during a January 2011 attack, announced Sunday that she plans to resign this week to focus on her recovery. On Monday, she finished the meeting with constituents that was cut short last year....
  • Mexico's PRI splits from teachers union party heading into election

     
    The Mexican political party founded by powerful teachers union boss Elba Esther Gordillo won't be joining hands with the resurgent Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, in elections this year -- a surprise wrinkle as the PRI seeks to recapture the...
  • The radical landscape paintings of Mexico's Dr. Atl

     
    "Dr. Atl: Masterpieces" at the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco just north of downtown Mexico City is the first retrospective on Dr. Atl in Mexico in 27 years, meaning a generation of art lovers could get to know his work in depth for the first...
  • Heckled during speech, Mexico's president defends drug war

     
    felipe calderon, guadalajara, mexico, drug war: Mexican President Felipe Calderon has once again clashed with a citizen angry about the effects of the country's drug war, this time during a speech in which a man in the audience shouted, "How many more...