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American Tourism to Mexico Up More Than 5 Percent Despite Travel Warnings

American Tourism to Mexico Up More Than 5 Percent Despite Travel Warnings

It would seem many are not heeding travel warnings from U.S. officials, as Mexican tourism officials say the number of U.S. travelers to the country is up. continue reading »

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican journalists and activists continue coming to the United States asking for what their own country is not giving them, the chance to live without fear, attorney Carlos Spector - who represents about a dozen of these people, most recently reporter Miguel Lopez Solana - told Efe. continue reading »

Delta Airlines Buys 30.2 million Shares of Aeromexico

Delta Airlines Buys 30.2 million Shares of Aeromexico

Delta Airlines, the No. 2 carrier in the United States, has acquired a 4.17 percent stake in Grupo Aeromexico for $65 million as part of a long-term strategic alliance, the Mexican airline said. continue reading »

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico City is not only one of the best places to watch the Venus transit of 2012 and it also one of the most historic. The Mayans, according to historians, are said to have recorded the transits of 1153 and 1275 on wall paintings and in their calendar. continue reading »

US Women Forced to Renounce Her Citizenship to Re-Enter from Mexico Now Suing to Regain Citizenship

US Women Forced to Renounce Her Citizenship to Re-Enter from Mexico Now Suing to Regain Citizenship

In February, Brenda Vazquez was attempting to re-enter the U.S. from Mexico when she was stopped. What has happened since that day has been nothing short of a nightmare. continue reading »

Bus Accident in Chihuhua, Mexico Leaves 11 Dead, 13 Injured

Bus Accident in Chihuhua, Mexico Leaves 11 Dead, 13 Injured

Eleven people died and 13 others were injured in a bus accident on a highway in the northern Mexican border state of Chihuahua, officials said Monday. continue reading »

Mexican Architecture Magazine Arquine Launches New App

Mexican Architecture Magazine Arquine Launches New App

Mexican architecture magazine Arquine has announced the launch of an interactive version for the iPad and other tablet computers, billing it as the first of its kind in Latin America. "There's no (architecture) magazine in Latin America that has a digital version. Many have Web pages that function as blogs, which is what we've had since 2007, but ... Arquine is a pioneer in this version," architect Andrea Griborio told Efe. continue reading »

5 Bodies Found in Flaming SUV Believed to be a Result of Drug Cartel Violence in Mexico

5 Bodies Found in Flaming SUV Believed to be a Result of Drug Cartel Violence in Mexico

Investigators are attempting to piece together the events that led to five bodies being charred in a SUV in Arizona‚Äôs southern desert. According to reports, Border Patrol atte continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  120 Pounds of Meth Seized at Border

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  120 Pounds of Meth Seized at Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Hidalgo International Bridge seized over $1,500,000 worth of methamphetamine and arrested a Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico man last week. continue reading »

Mexican “Theme Park” Shows What It’s Like to Illegally Cross U.S.-Mexico Border

Mexican “Theme Park” Shows What It’s Like to Illegally Cross U.S.-Mexico Border

"Every year, thousands of Mexicans illegally cross the US border," writes Vice, "To find out exactly how it's done we went to El Alberto, Mexico to film the experience. continue reading »

Gunmen Leave 11 Dead and 10 Wounded in Drug Rehab in Mexico

Gunmen Leave 11 Dead and 10 Wounded in Drug Rehab in Mexico

Gunmen killed 11 people and wounded 10 others at a drug rehabilitation center in Torreon, a city in northern Mexico, police said. continue reading »

Mexican Gay Pride Parade Draws 30,000 Attendees

Mexican Gay Pride Parade Draws 30,000 Attendees

Thousands of people and about 30 floats took part in Mexico's 34th Gay Pride Parade in the capital, where a concert marked the end of the event. continue reading »

Famed Mexican Photographer Hector Garcia Dies

Famed Mexican Photographer Hector Garcia Dies

Mexican photographer Hector Garcia died of heart problems in this capital, a city whose modern history he chronicled in photos and for which he was considered "The Photographer of the City," the National Culture and Arts Council, or Conaculta, said. He was 88. continue reading »

Wal-Mart CEO Pledges to Investigate Bribery Allegations in Mexico

Wal-Mart CEO Pledges to Investigate Bribery Allegations in Mexico

Wal-Mart Stores CEO Mike Duke defended the company's integrity amid reports of bribes paid to Mexican officials to expand market share, pledging to "get to the bottom" of the allegations. continue reading »

Body of Kidnapped Federal Police Commander Found Near Water Park

Body of Kidnapped Federal Police Commander Found Near Water Park

The charred body of a federal police commander was found with signs of torture and asphyxiation in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, officials said Saturday. continue reading »