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  • 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....
  • Back again, liberal Mexico candidate makes pitch to business leaders

     
    MEXICO CITY -- In 2006, when he came within a hair of winning Mexico's presidency, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's opponents on the right called him a "danger to Mexico," a would-be Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, and said he would plunge the country into an...
  • 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....
  • Artist Elizabeth Catlett remembered; dead at 96 in Mexico

     
    Elizabeth Catlett, a U.S.-born artist who directly confronted the injustices faced by African Americans and celebrated black identity and culture through her work, has died in her longtime home in Mexico....
  • 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...
  • Mexican presidential hopeful flubs book question

     
    Enrique Peña Nieto, the front-runner in Mexico's presidential race, stumbled in a high-profile way at a world-class book festival on Saturday, when, over several minutes, he appeared unable to correctly name a book that's influenced his life besides the...
  • Mariachis struggle in Mexico despite U.N. heritage nod

     
    Mexico United Nations Mariachi music now belongs to the world's list of "Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity," as declared this week by the United Nations....
  • Britney Spears to give free concert in Mexico City

     
    Pop star Britney Spears is scheduled to give a free outdoor concert Sunday to kick off Christmas festivities here, but the local government declined to explain how the seemingly costly show was acquired....
  • A place where Guatemalan day laborers are survivors of war

     
    The laborers who undocumented immigrants from Guatemala participate in an unsettling video installation by Mexican artist Yoshua Okon on view at a university gallery in Mexico City. They are war survivors playing themselves....
  • Cult mystic holds 'march of skulls' for Mexico's drug war dead

     
    Cult mystic Alejandro Jodorowsky held an event he said would seek to "heal" Mexico of the cosmic weight of so many dead in the drug war. On Sunday, hundreds of his fans answered the call....