- Mexico charges 4 detectives with holding foreigners Updated: Apr-28-16 5:11 pm
MEXICO CITY - A judge in Mexico has ordered two federal detectives and two ex-detectives to stand trial on charges of kidnaping for extortion for allegedly holding 15 South American women briefly to demand a bribe for not reporting them to immigration authorities.
- Raiders will announce draft selections from Mexico City Updated: Apr-27-16 6:55 pm
MEXICO CITY - The Oakland Raiders will announce their third-day draft selections from Mexico City on Saturday.
- Nepalese temple, 4 other sites receive funding totaling $1M Updated: Apr-25-16 10:42 am
NEW YORK - The World Monuments Fund announced grants Monday totaling $1 million for five historic sites, including a 16th-century Nepalese temple destroyed in last year's massive earthquake.
- Death toll at 28 in Mexico petrochemical plant explosion Updated: Apr-23-16 12:13 am
MEXICO CITY - Searchers recovered four more bodies from a petrochemical plant wrecked by a huge explosion this week on Mexico's southeastern Gulf coast, raising the death toll to 28, the state oil company said Friday night.
- Big Mac manages for 1st time after Padres' Green is ejected Updated: Apr-20-16 12:01 am
SAN DIEGO - Mark McGwire managed in a regular-season game for the first time after San Diego Padres skipper Andy Green was ejected in the third inning against Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
- Interpol issues arrest notices for 3 Mexican accused of rape Updated: Apr-14-16 10:00 pm
MEXICO CITY - The Attorney General's Office said Thursday that Interpol has distributed notices calling for the arrest of three Mexican men accused of sexually assaulting a high school senior in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz.
- Super Bowl rematch: Panthers-Broncos opens season Updated: Apr-14-16 9:19 pm
Super Bowl rematch. Minus Peyton Manning, of course.
- Mexican experts find early burial in 1st colonial cathedral Updated: Apr-13-16 4:51 pm
MEXICO CITY - Archaeologists have found a massive stone slab covering the tomb of one of the first Catholic priests in Mexico following the 1521 Spanish conquest, a grave sunk into the floor of what appears to be an Aztec temple.
- Report: Most Mexican prisons overcrowded, dirty, dangerous Updated: Apr-12-16 4:29 pm
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's National Human Rights Commission said Tuesday that most of the country's prisons are ill-equipped, overcrowded and dangerous.
- US requests extradition of Mexican suspect in Texas slaying Updated: Apr-11-16 8:57 pm
MEXICO CITY - A Mexican official says the United States has formally requested the extradition of a Mexican citizen who is accused of arranging the killing of her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend in Texas.
- Mexico to consider extradition of suspect in Texas slaying Updated: Apr-09-16 4:47 pm
MEXICO CITY - A ruling on extraditing a woman who is on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted fugitives list for the killing of her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend in Texas could come anywhere from two to 12 months from now, a Mexican official said Saturday.
- Uber offers refunds after Mexico City pricing spat Updated: Apr-08-16 10:47 pm
MEXICO CITY - The Uber ride-sharing app offered discounts and free rides to Mexico City clients on Friday after they were charged five times normal rates or more during the city's recent pollution alert.
- Smog-alert car ban jams metro, buses in Mexico City Updated: Apr-06-16 6:53 pm
MEXICO CITY - Mexico City residents packed buses and subway trains and many walked or biked to work Wednesday as authorities barred millions of vehicles from the streets due to a pollution alert.
- Billions in US remittances a lifeline for many in Mexico Updated: Apr-05-16 6:17 pm
MEXICO CITY - The billions of dollars in U.S. remittances that Donald Trump is threatening to block to force Mexico to pay for a border wall are a financial lifeline for the Latin American country's economy and millions of individuals who are supported by relatives up north.
- Suspected smugglers caught on video scaling US border fence Updated: Apr-01-16 7:49 am
TUCSON, Arizona - A Mexican journalist got some unusual footage when she spotted two suspected drug smugglers scaling a tall border fence from Mexico into the U.S. and then promptly climbing back after they realized they were being filmed.
- Mexico urges media to shun music video with killing of woman Updated: Mar-30-16 10:31 pm
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's government is urging broadcasters, websites and social media users to avoid distributing a music video by grupero singer Gerardo Ortiz that it says promotes violence against women.