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  • Mexico's Vicente Fox irks allies by urging unity with old ruling party

     
    Former Mexican President Vicente Fox angered his party by offering a near-endorsement of the presidential candidate of the once-ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which Fox ousted in 2000....
  • Dismembered bodies of 14 reported dumped in northern Mexico

     
    The dismembered remains of 14 people were found Thursday in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, home to a bloody turf war between drug traffickers....
  • A leaked tape is an early twist in Mexico's presidential race

     
    A scandal surrounding a tape has dropped into Mexico's presidential race, and the campaign hasn't even officially started yet....
  • Mexico to U.S.: 'No more weapons!'

     
    Mexico, United States, guns, drug war: Mexican President Felipe Calderon used a two-day visit to ultra-violent Ciudad Juarez to deliver a pointed message to the United States. Standing a stone's throw from the U.S. border, and flanked by some of his...
  • Slight gains for left in Mexico's presidential election campaign

     
    With Mexico's presidential election one month away, the leftist candidate is making modest gains while the incumbent party's contender has slipped, polls show. The polls thus far, however, do not alter the front-runner status of Enrique Peña Nieto of...
  • Sizing up campaign ads in Mexico's presidential election [Video]

     
    Friday marks the official start of Mexico's presidential election campaign, but television ads from the three main candidates are already spreading through social media, an advertising deluge that will continue until election day on July 1....
  • Pope, en route to Mexico, decries drug war violence

     
    Pope Benedict XVI, en route to Mexico, on Friday condemned the "evil" behind drug war violence that has claimed tens of thousands of lives in the country. He also called for change in Cuba, where he will travel after Mexico....
  • Another mass prison break in Mexico sees 132 inmates escape

     
    Complicity by guards or other officials is suspected in the escape of 132 inmates from a prison in the northern border state of Coahuila, authorities said Tuesday....
  • Mexico's incumbent party picks woman as its presidential candidate, a first

     
    Members of Mexico’s ruling party on Sunday chose former congresswoman Josefina Vazquez Mota as their long-shot candidate for president--the first time a woman will vie for the country’s top job on behalf of a major political faction....
  • Left, right or center? Mexican political brand names explained

     
    As the July presidential election nears, watchers of world news are sure to be hearing much more about the PAN, its candidate Josefina Vazquez Mota, and her main rivals, Enrique Peña Nieto of the party known as PRI, and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of...
  • Mexico's defense secretary acknowledges errors in drug war

     
    Mexico's defense secretary has conceded "errors" in the country's drug war, in one of the more frank assertions from the government as it wages a military-led campaign against violent traffickers....