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Estimate: 12 Million Mexicans Ready and Willing to Cheat on Their Spouse

Some 12 million married Mexicans of both sexes are dissatisfied with their sex lives and open to the idea of cheating, according to estimates by the operators of a Web site continue reading »

6 Million Faithful in Mexico Pray for Virgen de Guadalupe While Receiving News Pope Will Visit

Pope Benedict XVI announced his next pastoral visit to Latin America during the "Misa Criolla" celebrated the afternoon of December 12, in St. Peter's for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe continue reading »

Heinous: Mexican Man Sells 14-Yr Old Daughter for $365 After Raping Her

A man was arrested for raping his 14-year-old daughter and then selling her for 5,000 pesos (about $365) to his buddy, who also sexually abused her, the Mexican Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

At Least Three Dead When 6.5 Earthquake Hits Mexico

A magnitude-6.5 earthquake killed three people and sent people into the streets of Mexico City, where power outages were reported, but no injuries. continue reading »

Mexico raises Minimum Wage by 4 percent- Mexico City Goes to $4.58 a Day

Mexico's National Commission on Minimum Wages, or CNSM, has approved an average minimum wage hike of 4.2 percent, or about 2.51 pesos ($0.18) per day, a measure that will go into effect starting Jan. 1. continue reading »

Kalimba’s Cousin is a Murder Suspect & Rape Accuser Graces Playboy Cover (VIDEO)

Kalimba is back in the news after reports indicate that his cousin is a suspect in the murder of the singer’s aunt. Also, his former rape accuser is Playboy’s Miss December. continue reading »

Members of Mexico’s “Movement for Peace” Found Murdered, Others Missing

Authorities in the western Mexican state of Michoacan found the body of one of three recently abducted members of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, a group founded by prominent poet Javier Sicilia, officials said Thursday. continue reading »

Police Dismantle Ring Trying To Smuggle Gadhafi’s Son to Mexico

A ring that was trying to smuggle Saadi Gadhafi, the son of late Libyan dictator Col. Moammar Gadhafi, and his family into Mexico has been dismantled, officials said Wednesday. continue reading »

Mexican Candidate Defends His Lack of Knowledge About Popular Authors

Enrique Peña Nieto, who polls show is the favorite to win Mexico's July 2012 presidential election, is defending himself after becoming the butt of jokes for being unable to identify the authors and titles of several books. continue reading »

Mexicans Vital to N. Carolina Christmas Tree Industry

The Christmas tree industry in North Carolina continues to depend on Mexican labor to keep alive the tradition of placing natural pine trees in homes for the holiday season. continue reading »

Another Guiness Record For Mexico - Most Telescopes Pointed at the Moon

Mexican hobbyists and astronomers broke their own Guinness record by using a total of 2,753 telescopes all around the country to simultaneously observe the moon, organizers of the effort reported on Sunday. continue reading »

Mexico Makes Progress Towards Free Birth Registrations

Thousands of children from indigenous communities in the southern Mexican states of Chiapas and Oaxaca received birth certificates after sustained calls from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for free birth registration. continue reading »

Clinton Urged to Press Mexico on Migrants’ Safety Traveling Through Country

A group of 33 Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives urged Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to pressure Mexico over the plight of Central American migrants and make respect for their human rights a key element of U.S. bilateral assistance. continue reading »

Chairman of Mexico’s PRI Party Humberto Moreira Resigns Amid Scandal

The chairman of Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, has resigned amid a debt scandal in the northern state of Coahuila, where he served as governor until early this year. continue reading »

Does Mexico Need the International Criminal Court? MX Officials Furious

As Mexicans struggle with relentless massacres, mass graves and assassinations, a group of activists have turned to an outside power for help — the International Criminal Court. continue reading »

Mexico Discovers Deep-Water Natural Gas Deposit in Gulf

Mexican state energy monopoly Petroleos Mexicanos on Thursday announced the discovery of a deep-water natural gas deposit in the Gulf of Mexico with an estimated 400 billion continue reading »

Mexico’s Mariachi Music Deemed One of the World’s Cultural Treasures

Twelve elements, ranging from rice planting rituals in Japan to Mexico''s mariachi music to a horseback-riding tradition in France, were added to the United Nations-backed list of the continue reading »

Mexico Debuts Bicycle-Powered Lighted Christmas Tree

A Christmas tree whose 8,000 lights get their electricity from the kinetic energy of 15 bicycles has been lighted in the Mexican state of Puebla, officials said Sunday. continue reading »

Government Says Mexico Drought is Worst in 70 Years

Mexico is suffering its worst drought in the past 70 years, a dearth of rainfall that has forced the government to supply water to nearly 2.5 million people, the Social Development Secretariat said. continue reading »

POLL:  Overwhelming Majority of Mexican Citizens Believes Government Losing Fight Against Cartels

Six in 10 Mexicans say the government is losing the war on violent drug cartels, while just 20 percent believe the opposite to be true, according to a new survey by polling firm Mitofsky and the non-governmental organization Mexico United against Crime. continue reading »