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  • 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....
  • Sizing up campaign ads in Mexico's presidential election [Video]

     
    Friday marks the official start of Mexico's presidential election campaign, but television ads from the three main candidates are already spreading through social media, an advertising deluge that will continue until election day on July 1....
  • Death toll is 2 in Mexico quake; volcano rumor quelled

     
    Two people have died after last week's large earthquake in Mexico, the first casualties reported since the magnitude 7.4 quake shook densely populated Mexico City and damaged thousands of homes across several southern states....
  • Mexico teen prodigy is a psychologist at 17

     
    The director of child psychology at the Center for the Attention to Talent is a child himself: 17-year-old Andrew Almazan, a prodigy who was reading Shakespeare and Cervantes at age 6....
  • 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 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....
  • 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....
  • Mexican ex-general once accused of narco ties is shot dead

     
    Retired Gen. Mario Acosta Chaparro, who was accused in 2000 of ties to the Juarez drug cartel in northern Mexico, but later exonerated, was shot three times late Friday afternoon at a garage in Mexico City....
  • 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....
  • 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...