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Surviving Mexican Sextuplets Remain in Critical Condition

Surviving Mexican Sextuplets Remain in Critical Condition

The four surviving sextuplets born Jan. 10 in the western Mexican city of Morelia remain in critical condition, the Michoacan state health department said. continue reading »

Hacker Group Anonymous Attacks Mexico’s Military Web Sites

Hacker Group Anonymous Attacks Mexico’s Military Web Sites

The Anonymous group of activist hackers took responsibility for attacks on the Web sites of Mexico's defense and navy departments. continue reading »

Mexican Olympian Noe Hernandez Dies 2 Weeks After Shooting

Mexican Olympian Noe Hernandez Dies 2 Weeks After Shooting

Mexican former track star and Olympic silver medalist Noe Hernandez died Wednesday after going into cardiac arrest, two and a half weeks after being shot in the head at a nightclub, the Mexican Athletics Federation told Efe. He was 34. continue reading »

Shelter in Mexico Gives Disabled, Abused Dogs a Safe, Caring Home

Shelter in Mexico Gives Disabled, Abused Dogs a Safe, Caring Home

A dog sanctuary in Mexico is the first of its kind as it provides troubled canines with a safe and loving home. Milagros Caninos (Miracle Dogs) is a sanctuary in Mexico City that ta continue reading »

Smugglers’ Strategy: Abandon Dope ( Border Patrol Seizes $2.2 Million in Pot)

Smugglers’ Strategy: Abandon Dope ( Border Patrol Seizes $2.2 Million in Pot)

Ajo Station agents seized 4,585 pounds of abandoned marijuana during three separate incidents in the West Desert yesterday. Ajo Station agents assigned to the all-terrain unit were patrolling near Why, Ariz., Monday morning when they discovered an abandoned Chevy Suburban loaded with 85 bundles of marijuana continue reading »

Mexican Boxer “Chucho” Castillo Dies at 67

Mexican Boxer “Chucho” Castillo Dies at 67

Mexican boxer Jesus "Chucho" Castillo, a one-time world bantamweight champion best known for his rivalry with countryman Ruben Olivares, has died. He was 67. continue reading »

Archaeologists Find Dozen Mayan Burial Sites Near Chichen Itza

Archaeologists Find Dozen Mayan Burial Sites Near Chichen Itza

Mexican archaeologists have found a dozen Mayan burial sites dating back more than 1,200 years at the Xtojil site, located some 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Hispanic Brand Uses Old Process to Produce Authentic Cigars

Hispanic Brand Uses Old Process to Produce Authentic Cigars

A group of Hispanics in southeastern Texas is selling handmade Cuban-style cigars that have been increasing in popularity thanks to a old manufacturing process that is being maintained in the United States. continue reading »

US Citizen Robbed then Shot Dead in Santo Domingo

US Citizen Robbed then Shot Dead in Santo Domingo

A US citizen, Sandra Valente, 37 who was staying at the Quinto Centenario hotel in Santo Domingo, was shot dead while eating dinner with her Dominican husband Ramon Dario Reyes Figuereo, aged 41, in La Barrica restaurant in the Ozama area in Santo Domingo East on Monday, 14 January. continue reading »

Mexican Lawmakers to Submit Bill To Tackle States’ Excessive Borrowing

Mexican Lawmakers to Submit Bill To Tackle States’ Excessive Borrowing

Mexico's federal government will submit a bill in February aimed at getting the fiscal houses of states and municipalities in order, Finance Secretary Luis Videgaray said. continue reading »

Mexican Officials Implement Diet Regimen for Overweight Police

Mexican Officials Implement Diet Regimen for Overweight Police

Forty percent of the police officers in Ciudad Juarez, a border city in northern Mexico, are obese and at least 80 percent are overweight, prompting officials to put them on diets. continue reading »

Televisa Deportes Reporter Jorge “Chori” Lopez Dies in Small Plane Crash

Televisa Deportes Reporter Jorge “Chori” Lopez Dies in Small Plane Crash

A Televisa sportscaster and his American pilot died when their small plane crashed in Cozumel, an Island in Mexico's Caribbean region, while performing stunts, emergency management officials said. continue reading »

Rice University: No Panaceas for Mexico’s Violent Drug War, but Prohibition has Failed

Rice University: No Panaceas for Mexico’s Violent Drug War, but Prohibition has Failed

While Mexico and the United States have ramped up their efforts to control and perhaps defeat Mexico’s increasingly violent drug cartels, the outcome of these efforts remains in doubt and no panaceas are in sight, but pr continue reading »

Pemex Prepares to Lay Off 15,000 in Mexico

Pemex Prepares to Lay Off 15,000 in Mexico

State-owned oil giant Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, plans to cut at least 15,000 jobs as part of a reorganization, press reports said. continue reading »

Border Patrol Rescue Volunteers in Arizona Mountains

Border Patrol Rescue Volunteers in Arizona Mountains

U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued two women belonging to a group of volunteers who carry water for undocumented immigrants who run into trouble in the desert along Arizona's border with Mexico, authorities said Tuesday. continue reading »