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Five Aeromexico Flight Crew Members This Week Alone In Trouble for Drinking on the Job

The Mexican ministry of Communications and Transportation announced yesterday that they have suspended seven flight personnel from Aeromexico for flying drunk or attempting to fly drunk,this week. continue reading »

Jennifer Aniston Launches Perfume in Mexico, Selling Her Home, Goes Viral and All in a Week! (VIDEO)

Jennifer Aniston launched her brand new perfume Thursday, at the St. Regis hotel in Mexico City. continue reading »

WATCH:  World’s Wealthiest Man’s Brand New Museum in Mexico (VIDEO)

Carlos Slim, the world's richest man has inaugurated his gorgeous Soumaya Museum, to house his impressive art collection. It will open later this month. continue reading »

UPDATE: US Immigration Special Agent Shot Dead, Another Injured in Mexico

anet Napolitano has issued a statement regarding the shooting of two agents being shot after stopping at a military checkpoint in the state of San Luis Potosi. The pair were driving between Mexico City and Monterrey. continue reading »

DNA Tests Hope to Identify Remains of the Americas First Woman Poet & Playwright Sor Juana Ines

Mexico's is hoping to be able to give Sr Juana Inés de la Cruz, considered the most important woman poet/playwright of the Spanish language a proper resting place by conducting DNA tests on remains believed to be hers. continue reading »

Over 600 Same-Sex Marriages Performed in Mexico City Last Year

Last year Mexico City performed over 600 same sex marriages in the first full year after the civil code was overhauled in December of 2009 and enacted on March 4, 2010. continue reading »

UPDATE “No Permits, No Candy”  Madonna’s Hard Candy Fitness in the Tightrope

A month after pop icon Madonna announced the lance of her new chain of gyms --Hard Candy Fitness, Monday saw the diva open her first branch in Ciudad de México. Problem is, she has no permits. continue reading »

Mexico City Mayor to Spearhead International Campaign to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The United Nations body that coordinates global disaster reduction efforts named the mayor of Mexico City, Marcelo Ebrard, as champion of a UN initiative aimed at enhancing cities' disaster preparedness. continue reading »

Mexico to Close 76 Million-Ton Landfill Considered One of World’s Largest

Mexico’s Interior Department has announced that it is closing the massive Bordo Poniente landfill that receives 12,000 tons of garbage a day – considered by many the world’s largest land fill with an estimated 76 million tons of trash in it. continue reading »

Madonna Chooses Mexico City as the First Location for her New Fitness Center Chain

Madonna is launching her own global chain of gyms and fitness centers, and the place where the queen of pop will start her exercise venture, is Mexico City. continue reading »

’30 Ways in 30 Days’ Worldwide Environmental Initiative Launches in Mexico City

In the run up to next month’s major climate change conference in Cancun, the United Nations (UN) will release one case study daily for 30 days to prove that solutions to combat global warming – ranging from planting trees to creating mass markets for solar water heaters. continue reading »

Coming To Your Local Bookstore: ‘El Chapo’ Biography

The biography of the most wanted Mexican drug lord, Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, written by journalist Malcolm Beith is now available at your local bookstores. The biography details El Chapo’s beginnings in Sinaloa to his rise as one of Mexico’s most well known drug lords. continue reading »

UPDATE: Mexico Has Successful Independence Day Celebration

Wednesday, thousands of Mexico City residents gathered to see red white and green fireworks light up the sky. Though for some, the recent drug-related violence had put a damper on things, tens of thousands of Mexicans still took to the streets of Mexico to recognize the country's Bicentennial as well as the 100th anniversary of the Mexican revolution. continue reading »

Carlos Slim Investing $1.4 Billion in Urban Renewal for Mexico City

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu is investing $1.4 billion in renovating a run down section of Mexico City known as the Plaza Carso. The Plaza upon completion will provide housing, commercial office space and cultural sites. More importantly, the Plaza Carso project will create 5,000 jobs mainly in construction with more jobs expected as retailers fill the commercial space. continue reading »

Carlos Slim Investing $1.4 Billion in Urban Renewal for Mexico City

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu is investing $1.4 billion in renovating a run down section of Mexico City known as the Plaza Carso. The Plaza upon completion will provide housing, commercial office space and cultural sites. More importantly, the Plaza Carso project will create 5,000 jobs mainly in construction with more jobs expected as retailers fill the commercial space. continue reading »

Mexico City Prepares for Natural Disaster

About 10,000 civil servants in the Mexican capital will receive specialist training in disaster risk reduction under a United Nations-backed initiative to better protect the city, which is vulnerable to devastating earthquakes. continue reading »

Mexico City Mayor Sues Guadalajara Archbishop

Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard has filed a lawsuit claiming “moral damage” against the Archbishop of Guadalajara for allegations he made. The Archbishop accused the mayor of bribing the Supreme Court to approve gay adoption. continue reading »

6 Women who had Abortions in Mexico Serving Time for Homicide

Six women are currently serving prison terms in Guanajuato for having an abortion, a procedure that is legal in Mexico City. The six women have all served between three and eight years of their 25-30 year sentences for Homicide. continue reading »