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Univision: Venezuela and Iran Plotted to Hire Mexican Hackers to Attack U.S. Government Websites

Univision: Venezuela and Iran Plotted to Hire Mexican Hackers to Attack U.S. Government Websites

Spanish-language network Univision recently aired a report stated that Iranian and Venezuelan were looking to hire Mexican hackers to infiltrate and number of U.S. government websites. continue reading »

Nissan to Spend $2 Billion to Build New Plant in Mexico

X Factor Nicole Scherzinger Held At Gunpoint in Mexico

X Factor Nicole Scherzinger Held At Gunpoint in Mexico

Nicole Scherzinger and a few X Factor crew members got a giant scare while in Mexico, when a gang of heavily armed men held them at gunpoint for no particular reason. continue reading »

Center Offers Chance for Women to Become Self-Sufficient

Center Offers Chance for Women to Become Self-Sufficient

A training center in New Mexico for women living near the U.S.-Mexican border is providing those of them who never received a formal education with the chance to learn a trade. In the hope of learning to be economically self-sufficient, Ana Maria Carrillo, a single mother of two, came to the Women's Intercultural Center in Anthony, New Mexico. continue reading »

Archaeologists  at Mexico’s Pyramid of the Sun Find First Offerings EVER Left at Pyramid

Archaeologists at Mexico’s Pyramid of the Sun Find First Offerings EVER Left at Pyramid

Tuesday, archaeologists from Mexico’s National Anthropology and History Institute (INAH) announced that they had found what they believe to be some of the earliest offerings at the site of Mexico’s tallest pyramid. continue reading »

First International Exhibit from Spain Premieres at Mexico’s National Gallery

First International Exhibit from Spain Premieres at Mexico’s National Gallery

Mexico's President Felipe Calderón inaugurated the exhibition on “Treasures of Spain’s Royal Palaces: A Shared History,” the first international exhibition at the National Gallery. continue reading »

Televisa acquires piece of Spain’s ‘La Sexta’ production company

Televisa acquires piece of Spain’s ‘La Sexta’ production company

Once the deal is completed, Televisa will become a shareholder of a firm that is "the main provider of audiovisual content and services for the media and entertainment industry in Spain and one of the most important in the Spanish-speaking world," the Mexico City-based company said. continue reading »

Chespirito’s “El Chavo del 8,” Gets Own Videogame

Chespirito’s “El Chavo del 8,” Gets Own Videogame

“El Chavo” videogame will be released for the Nintendo Wii console in March of next year, during the month-long celebration of Chespirito’s 40 year-long career. continue reading »

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

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 »

Narco Blog: 2 Bodyguards Killed, Family of 4 Seriously Injured in Attack

Narco Blog: 2 Bodyguards Killed, Family of 4 Seriously Injured in Attack

Two bodyguards were killed Tuesday in an attack on the public safety secretary of the northern Mexican town of Gran Morelos, the Chihuahua state government said. continue reading »

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

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 »

Experts Say Mayans Had their Own Musical Scale

Experts Say Mayans Had their Own Musical Scale

The Mayans had a musical scale very different from the western one, according to experts who examined and played 125 instruments recovered from Mayan sites, Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Mexico Drops Tariffs on Hundreds of Chinese Goods

Snow in México City? Yes! In ‘Villa Nevada’

Snow in México City? Yes! In ‘Villa Nevada’

For the fifth holiday season in a row, the Zócalo Plaza in México City will dress in white through the holiday season to welcome ice skaters and snowmen builders of all ages! continue reading »

The Americas Celebrate  the Day of  La Virgen de Guadalupe (VIDEO)

The Americas Celebrate the Day of La Virgen de Guadalupe (VIDEO)

Today is one of the most important Catholic celebrations of the year, The Feast Day of the Lady of Guadalupe, patron saint of the Americas who appeared to Juan Diego in Mexico City in 1531. continue reading »