- NBC NEWSJul 06 01:06 AM
Up to 3,500 circus animals will reportedly be freed from performing under the big top thanks to the law.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 09:02 PM
MEXICO CITY (AP) — One of the leaders of the once-powerful Beltran Leyva drug cartel was arrested Friday in a trendy neighborhood in Mexico City, authorities said.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 06 12:28 AM
Guadalupe Reyes clings to thoughts of her daughter one day flying a plane, a dream for the 18-year-old girl. Until the teenager vanished 10 months ago in central Mexico. Mariana is the latest in a growing number of girls and women who have disappeared, or worse, in the populous State of Mexico, which has become the most dangerous region for women in a country that is all too used to violence.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 04:00 PM
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico City is proposing regulations that would allow Uber and other smartphone-based ride-sharing apps to operate, while requiring drivers and cars to be registered, the city's Office of Legal and Legislative Studies said Friday.
- Denver PostJul 04 11:09 PM
MEXICO CITY — Times are tough for Uber in many parts of the world, from a recent California ruling that its drivers cannot be classified as contractors to a Paris taxi protest that became
- Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceJul 03 06:39 AM
The slump in the Mexican peso to a record low this week has been "exaggerated" by global volatility but the currency should bounce back due to the outlook for Latin America's No. 2 economy, Central Bank Governor Agustin Carstens told the state news agency. Carstens, in an interview with Notimex late Thursday, said that the peso's slump "could be a transitory phenomenon" related to global ...
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 02 03:35 PM
The global steel giant and Mexican firms DeAcero, Altos Hornos de Mexico and Tubacero took out a full-page newspaper advertisement urging President Enrique Pena Nieto to impose temporary tariffs on countries with no trade deals with Mexico.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 03:22 PM
Mexico's government denied on Friday that soldiers were given standing orders to kill criminals days ahead of an alleged massacre of gang suspects last year. The military faced allegations of committing extrajudicial killings after reporting on June 30, 2014, that troops had killed 22 suspects in a shootout in a warehouse in central Mexico State while only one soldier was wounded. "The word ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 06:36 PM
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Media rights groups on Friday demanded that authorities investigate the deaths of three journalists in Mexico over the past week.
- AFP via Yahoo!7 NewsJul 02 09:18 AM
Mexico City (AFP) - With his docu-Western "Cartel Land," US filmmaker Matthew Heineman paints a complex picture of vigilante movements in Mexico and the United States that blur the line between "good and evil."
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