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  • Mexico signs anti-piracy treaty, setting up battle with activists

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexico this week quietly signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA, a controversial multinational treaty that sponsors say protects intellectual property but opponents call an assault on privacy and freedom of expression....
  • Initial results show PRI candidate winning Mexico presidency

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Millions of Mexicans voted Sunday to restore to power a once-authoritarian party they dumped 12 years ago, according to preliminary results, while also delivering a harsh rebuke to a government that advanced democratic rule but saw the...
  • Leftist leader trailing in Mexico election but won't concede

     
    MEXICO CITY — Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the veteran leftist leader in second place in Mexico's presidential election, says he will wait for a final vote count before deciding whether to concede. As hundreds of ardent supporters chanted and...
  • Vazquez Mota says she'd pick Calderon as Mexico attorney general

     
    The presidential candidate for Mexico's ruling conservative party has said she'd invite President Felipe Calderon to be attorney-general if she won Sunday's vote, a surprise proposal made in the final hours of campaigning....
  • Mexico's PRI falls short of congressional majority in vote count

     
    Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto's party has fallen short of an absolute majority in Congress, election officials said Tuesday, complicating his ability to push through reforms and likely forcing him to negotiate with opposition politicians....
  • Mexicans vote for president amid drug war; PRI likely to return

     
    Millions of Mexican voters Sunday were weighing whether to return a longtime ruling party to power, 12 years after replacing it with conservatives who have left many disillusioned with the nation's democratic transition....
  • Mexican authorities still don't know why police shot 2 Americans

     
    Mexican authorities said Saturday they have questioned a dozen federal police agents to try to find out why Mexican police ambushed an SUV south of Mexico City and shot two U.S. government employees inside....
  • A 'Hank Rhon' appears in a museum, and Mexicans mostly shrug

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The art world in this art-obsessed city entertained a minor controversy last week during the official reopening of the Rufino Tamayo Museum in Chapultepec Park. With President Felipe Calderon presiding at an official ceremony, the museum...
  • Photos: Military display kicks off Independence Day celebration in Mexico

     
    President Felipe Calderon presided over a spectacular patriotic cermony at Mexico's central military college to kick off the Independence Day festivities of September 16. The "Thoughts on the Homeland" ceremony at the Heroic Military College in southern...
  • Mexico's President Calderon to make first official trip to Cuba

     
    Mexico's conservative President Felipe Calderon will make his first official visit to Cuba next week, a long-delayed effort to improve relations between the two governments....
  • Two PRI politicians killed within days in Mexico

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Two politicians from the soon-to-be-ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, have been slain within two days of each other, sending a chilling reminder of the violent Mexico that awaits the new administration. One of the killings,...