2012 Mexican Elections
MEXICO CITY - Mexican police found 10 decapitated corpses and 11 heads in a southwestern state that has become a major problem for President Enrique Pena Nieto since the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers there in September.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, embroiled along with his wife and finance minister in a scandal over homes bought from and financed by a government contractor, plans no mea culpa, his spokesman said on Tuesday, dismissing any conflict of interest. | Video
WASHINGTON - Cuba has freed some of 53 people the United States regards as political prisoners, as agreed under last month's U.S.-Cuban rapprochement, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday in its first public acknowledgement that some detainees have been released. | Video
MEXICO CITY - At least nine suspected gang members were killed on Tuesday in the western Mexican state of Michoacan, which is falling back into violence after authorities said it had been stabilized.
WASHINGTON - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the United States would insist that human rights in Cuba be discussed at a Summit of the Americas later this year and that Washington would help crack down on drug cartels in Mexico.
MEXICO CITY - The founder of a vigilante group in Mexico's restive western state of Michoacan was arrested on Saturday along with 26 followers for their alleged role in 10 deaths during a shootout with a rival group last month.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto will discuss security and justice with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington next week amid public anger about how he has handled a probe into the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers.
MEXICO CITY - A chief suspect in a gunfight in western Mexico that killed 11 people turned himself in for questioning on Wednesday as the government struggles to impose order in a violent state it claims to have pacified.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico on Sunday called for an overhaul of the United Nations Security Council, envisaging more member countries across a wider geographical swathe, as the government steps up efforts to raise its profile on the global stage.
VIENNA - Austrian forensic experts will need at least two months to determine whether they can identify the victims of an apparent massacre of 43 Mexicans, they said on Tuesday, but said the chances were slim because of damaged samples.
Mexico's ruling party faces heavy defeat at a presidential election and already is preparing for life in the opposition, where it could help pass economic reforms that it was unable to push through in power. Full Coverage
- Mexico says to investigate reports of police killings
- Media reports say Mexican police were involved in January killings
- U.S. presses Mexico to ease poultry import limits brought by bird flu
- Ford to spend $2.5 billion on plants in Mexico, angering UAW
- Toyota resumes expansion with new Mexico, China plants
- WTO rules against U.S. dolphin-safe canned tuna labels
- Exclusive: Ford plans $2.5 billion investment in Mexico - sources
- Toyota to invest $1 billion on new Mexico plant, create 2,400 jobs: source
- UBS sees HSBC, peers under pressure to exit some emerging markets
- North Korea warns will act to get back ship held by Mexico