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  • U.S. intelligence gathering not likely to change much

    U.S. intelligence gathering not likely to change much
    WASHINGTON — "I already won," Edward Snowden declared recently about the reaction to his disclosures of National Security Agency secrets. But as President Obama prepares to unveil new recommendations and rules for government surveillance in a...
  • Mexican forces in Michoacan increase arrests, patrols

    Mexican forces in Michoacan increase arrests, patrols
    NUEVO ITALIA, Mexico – The thousands of federal police and military troops who have descended on the troubled Mexican state of Michoacan have been busy arresting suspected drug cartel members, disarming untrustworthy local police officers and...
  • Juan Gelman dies at 83; renowned Argentine poet and political exile

    Juan Gelman dies at 83; renowned Argentine poet and political exile
    Argentine poet Juan Gelman, an exile whose writings were colored by personal tragedy he suffered at the hands of his country's brutal military dictatorship, died in Mexico City on Tuesday. He was 83 and had been battling leukemia. Gelman, a leftist with...
  • Some Mexico vigilantes cooperating with government forces

    Some Mexico vigilantes cooperating with government forces
    OUTSIDE NUEVA ITALIA, Mexico — The men came down from the highlands to the north of here. They were armed with shotguns, shod in sneakers and dusty boots. Their aim was to rid the Michoacan city of Nueva Italia of the dreaded Knights Templar drug...
  • Vigilantes pose public relations problems for Mexico

    Vigilantes pose public relations problems for Mexico
    MEXICO CITY — Mexican troops and federal police poured into the state of Michoacan on Tuesday in an attempt to restore order after clashes with the rural "self-defense" groups that at times have been their allies against the Knights Templar drug...
  • Mike O'Connor dies at 67; advocate for journalists in Mexico

    Mike O'Connor dies at 67; advocate for journalists in Mexico
    Mike O'Connor, an experienced war correspondent who in recent years worked in defense of journalists in Mexico at a time when it had become one of the most treacherous countries for reporters in the world, died Sunday morning in Mexico City. He was 67....
  • A Mexican version of Coachella gives new meaning to 'roots rock'

     A Mexican version of Coachella gives new meaning to 'roots rock'
    Valeriano Gomez was standing on a festival stage cradling his black guitar as fans spread out before him, waiting for the count-off, the downstroke, the next electric blast. Gomez and his group wore matching woolen ponchos, dyed jet black, that made...
  • 'The Mongolian Conspiracy' is classic Rafael Bernal noir

    'The Mongolian Conspiracy' is classic Rafael Bernal noir
    Rafael Bernal, born in 1915 in Mexico City, doesn't come to mind when one thinks of great detective novelists of the 1960s. There is little about him on the Internet in English, and none of his other novels, plays, story collections or histories have been...
  • Man shot after ramming stolen truck into police cars at Mexico border

    Man shot after ramming stolen truck into police cars at Mexico border
    SAN DIEGO -- The driver of a stolen truck trying to evade arrest was shot by a San Diego police officer and a Border Patrol agent after ramming three vehicles with the truck, police said. The driver suffered a gunshot wound to his leg and was taken to a...
  • Gunmen talk their way into Mexico prison and unleash bloody attack

    Gunmen talk their way into Mexico prison and unleash bloody attack
    MEXICO CITY — A group of armed men posing as public servants talked their way into a prison in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero early Friday and unleashed a bloody attack on inmates and guards, according to the state prosecutor’s office....
  • Crime still a widespread concern in Mexican cities, poll finds

    Crime still a widespread concern in Mexican cities, poll finds
    MEXICO CITY — Nearly seven in 10 Mexican city dwellers believe that crime has rendered their cities unsafe, according to a new poll that underscores the ongoing challenge facing President Enrique Peña Nieto, who took office more than a year ago...