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  • Writer Carlos Fuentes to be buried in famed Paris cemetery

     
    The remains of Mexican novelist Carlos Fuentes will be buried in the famed Montparnasse cemetery in Paris alongside those of two children who died before him, his widow, Silvia Lemus, told reporters in Mexico....
  • 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 Peña Nieto. The office, opened Thursday at a Mexico-themed mall in Lynwood, is an...
  • Crowds in Mexico protest against leading presidential candidate

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Tens of thousands of protesters streamed through Mexico's capital and rallied at the Angel of Independence monument Sunday in another large demonstration against the country's mainstream media and the former ruling political party. The...
  • Popular Chilean student leader to visit Mexico

     
    The Chilean student leader Camila Vallejo confirmed on Wednesday that she will visit a Mexico City university and meet with members of the nascent student movement in Mexico known as "I Am 132."...
  • Mexico students plan protests as second presidential debate nears

     
    It is looking more and more like a two-way race in Mexico's July 1 presidential election. That is, a contest between the PRI, Mexico's former ruling party, and everyone opposing its return....
  • 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...
  • $250,000 paid to pregnant driver slammed to the ground by CHP

     
    A pregnant woman who was pulled over for talking on her cellphone – and then tossed to the ground and hogtied by CHP officers on the shoulder of the busy Harbor Freeway – has been paid $250,000 in damages. The......
  • Team changes at Ocean View

    There's going to be a new look to the Ocean View High football team this fall. The Seahawks go into the start of preseason camp Monday under the direction of a new head coach with additional new members added to its coaching staff. Luis Nunez, who...
  • Savage Love: Father Figures

    Savage Love: Father Figures
    I'm a 37-year-old single father with a 14-year-old son. I've raised him on my own basically since birth, with help from some good friends and nearby family. Overall he's a good kid: gets decent grades, rarely gets in trouble. Our relationship isn't...
  • 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....
  • Adjustments for Mexico candidate Vazquez Mota after shaky start

     
    After the emptying stadiums, angry protests, and a near fainting spell, Mexican presidential candidate Josefina Vazquez Mota on Monday announced a "change of course" in her campaign to be elected Mexico's first woman president....
  • Gallup poll: Mexicans more afraid to walk alone at night

     
    Mexicans' trust in their military and national police has steadily declined since 2007, the first full year of President Felipe Calderon's war against drug cartels, a new Gallup poll says....