2012 Mexican Elections
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 CITY - Mexico's finance minister bought a home from a government contractor who is at the center of a conflict-of-interest scandal embroiling President Enrique Pena Nieto and his administration, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY - Mexican authorities on Sunday said that mounting evidence and initial DNA tests confirmed that 43 trainee teachers who were abducted by corrupt police 10 weeks ago were incinerated at a garbage dump by drug gang members. | Video
MEXICO CITY - Tests have identified the remains of one of 43 trainee teachers abducted 10 weeks ago in southwestern Mexico, a source close to the investigation said on Saturday, apparently confirming a feared massacre the government has blamed on drug gang henchmen. | Video
IGUALA, Mexico - Terrorized by brutal drug gangs and corrupt police, residents around this town in southwestern Mexico have for years kept silent when relatives disappeared, fearing they would be targeted next if they made a fuss.
MEXICO CITY - Mexican federal troops will replace local police in 32 municipalities, a top security official said on Wednesday, in a bid to contain drug gangs that have fueled a surge in violence and often operate in league with local police.
MEXICO CITY - The popularity of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has sunk amid concerns about his handling of security problems and corruption, polls showed on Monday, in a sign that his ruling party could lose ground in elections next year.
MEXICO CITY - Embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto on Thursday vowed to simplify Mexico's chaotic police structure and stop collusion between officials and drug gangs as he tried to defuse anger over the apparent massacre of 43 students in September. | Video
MEXICO CITY - Embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto on Thursday vowed to simplify Mexico's chaotic police structure and stop collusion between officials and drug gangs as he tried to defuse anger over the apparent massacre of 43 students in September.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto on Thursday outlined a number of reforms aimed at strengthening law and order at the federal and local level in the wake of an apparent massacre of 43 student-teachers.
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
- Oil shock to tilt Mexico energy opening in private sector's favor
- Mexico's Grupo Bimbo to buy Saputo's Canadian bakery
- Nissan recalls autos in Mexico to check Takata air bags
- Mujica warns against Uruguayan media falling into hands of foreigners
- Takata tightens screws on suppliers as air bag crisis mounts -sources
- Takata tightens screws on suppliers as air bag crisis mounts: sources
- Mexico conflict of interest scandal snares finance minister
- Alleged head of Chicago branch of Mexican drug cartel arrested