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  • Last-gasp goal keeps America on points perfect course

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - America made light of the midweek departure of striker Raul Jimenez to Atletico Madrid when they beat Morelia 3-2 to continue with their maximum points start to the Mexican championship. Jimenez's fellow Mexico World Cup striker...
  • Impressive exhibition tells the story of Latin America in pictures

    Impressive exhibition tells the story of Latin America in pictures
    An injured woman is pulled out of a protest in Peru in 1960. A boy lies next to a bent bicycle, a cinematic puddle of blood pooling next to his head in Mexico City, 1958. A crowd gathers before a hanged man at a plaza in La Paz, Bolivia, in 1946 —...
  • Argentina, Germany scoreless at half

    Argentina, Germany scoreless at half
    RIO DE JANEIRO - From Buenos Aires to the Brandenburg Gate, millions of people were getting ready to watch Sunday's World Cup final between Germany and Argentina in Brazil. In Rio de Janeiro, which is hosting the final, the party was already in full...
  • Mexico names czar to handle issue of Central American migrants

    With pressure mounting from the U.S. government, Mexico on Tuesday appointed a czar to take charge of largely unimpeded migration from Central America, which sees tens of thousands of people each year enter southern Mexico and cross the country en route...
  • Televisa Inks Broad Pact with Latino Digital Network MiTú

    MiTú, an Internet-media company focused on Latino audiences, signed a multiyear, multiplatform deal with Spanish-language media giant Televisa, under which they will jointly develop and distribute programming and formats. Terms of the deal were not...
  • Failure to clinch global customs deal could affect other talks: WTO

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Failure to reach a global customs rules deal could have a "considerable impact" on other areas of global trade negotiation, World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo said on Monday during a visit to Mexico. Late...
  • Southwest Airlines is now flying south of the border (to Mexico)

    Southwest Airlines began flying Sunday to Cabo San Lucas and Cancun, its first flights to Mexico, as it took over routes that rapidly disappearing AirTran Airways had been flying. On Saturday, Southwest will add a weekly flight from Milwaukee to Cancun....
  • Southwest starts O.C.-to-Mexico flights Sunday

    Southwest Airlines is offering fliers a new option for hopping internationally from one sunny location to another — that would be Orange County to Cabo San Lucas. Southwest's first flight to Mexico is scheduled to take off from John Wayne...
  • Aqui Es Texcoco's lamb barbacoa stars, other dishes shine too

    Aqui Es Texcoco's lamb barbacoa stars, other dishes shine too
    The last time I went to Aqui Es Texcoco, the kitchen had run out of lamb. And while this might not have been a problem in most Mexican restaurants, where you'd shrug and move on to the roast pork or the mojarra, Aqui Es Texcoco is more or less a one-...
  • Mom of imprisoned ex-Marine in Mexico tells supporters to chill out

    Mom of imprisoned ex-Marine in Mexico tells supporters to chill out
    Looks as if Andrew Tahmooressi, the former Marine jailed in Mexico after blundering across the border last spring with three loaded guns and 400 rounds of ammunition in his truck, will not be coming home any time soon. On Wednesday, Tahmooressi faced...
  • Mexico's Senate approves rules for opening energy industry

    Mexico's plan to radically expand its energy sector passed its final legislative hurdle Wednesday, leaving behind 76 years of state monopoly for an uncertain future driven by competition. The Mexican Senate voted 90-27 to pass the so-called secondary...
  • Mexico plan to expand energy sector passes final hurdle

    MEXICO CITY Mexico's plan to radically expand its energy sector passed its final legislative hurdle Wednesday, leaving behind 76 years of state monopoly for an uncertain future driven by competition. The Mexican Senate voted 90-27 to pass the so-called...