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  • Mexicans protesting election results crash televised wedding [Video]

     
    MEXICO CITY -- They were images that could not have been scripted with any more dramatic irony. Come to think it, it looked quite a bit like a network-produced telenovela. Just gone painfully wrong. During the latest wave of demonstrations against the...
  • Room for dissent in Mexico's resurgent PRI

     
    Inside the compound last Monday, the chief of Mexico's former ruling party called a press conference with the sole purpose of reading a letter aimed at a rival--no questions from reporters allowed....
  • Mexico's 'Popo' volcano shoots glowing rocks

     
    Glowing red rocks were thrown from the top of the active Popocatepetl volcano at dawn Friday, producing more spectacular (and slightly frightening) images from the peak southeast of populous Mexico City. But authorities did not raise the alert level for a...
  • Mexico candidate, actress wife star in reality TV campaign videos

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The campaign for the front-runner in Mexico's presidential election is producing reality TV-style documentary videos that show him kissing and flirting with his wife, eating ice cream and returning home after a day on the campaign trail...
  • Leftist leader trailing in Mexico election but won't concede

     
    MEXICO CITY — Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the veteran leftist leader in second place in Mexico's presidential election, says he will wait for a final vote count before deciding whether to concede. As hundreds of ardent supporters chanted and...
  • 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...
  • Two Mexican photojournalists found dead in Veracruz

     
    Two missing news photographers were found dead in southeastern Mexico on Thursday, officials said, marking a grim week for journalists in the violence-plagued state of Veracruz after the weekend killing of a Mexican magazine correspondent....
  • 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....
  • Mexico's presidential candidates offer some colorful surprises

     
    The four candidates for president of Mexico met in a two-hour debate on Sunday night that saw several colorful surprises but few signs that one candidate pulled away with a sure win....
  • Busty hostess steals limelight in Mexico presidential debate

     
    It was, in a manner of speaking, the biggest moment of Sunday night's presidential debate in Mexico. To mark the debate's start, a stunning, undeniably well-endowed model took the floor, smiling silently and carrying a box with four pieces of paper in...
  • Mexico's presidential candidates debate tonight

     
    Mexico's four candidates for president will square off tonight in a tightly controlled debate in which they will make their case to voters to lead Mexico for the next six years as the country struggles against soaring drug-related violence and economic...
  • Future in electoral politics for Chilean student leader Camila Vallejo?

     
    Camila Vallejo, the Chilean student leader who broke into the international limelight last May when she led hundreds of thousands of student demonstrators in a call for education reform, visited Mexico last week....