Court agrees to review EL Chapo's extradition appeal
A Mexican high court has agreed to review an appeal filed by drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to prevent his extradition to the United States, judicial authorities Wednesday.
Marquez sinks US as Mexico snatch thriller
Mexico skipper Rafael Marquez scored an 89th-minute winner as the United States crashed to their first World Cup qualifying defeat on home soil in 15 years with a 2-1 loss here Friday.
Mexicans, peso thunderstruck by Trump win
Mexicans bowed their heads in disbelief, the peso tumbled and the government prepared a response as Donald Trump, whose anti-immigrant rhetoric infuriated the country, won the US presidential election.
Six people found alive with severed hands in Mexico
Five men and a woman were found alive on Monday on a road in western Mexico with their hands amputated and their foreheads marked with the word "I'm a thief."
Thousands protest in Mexico against gay marriage legalization
Thousands of people marched throughout Mexico Saturday to protest President Enrique Pena Nieto's initiative to legalize gay marriage.
Trump vows no legal status for those who enter US illegally
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump issued a stern warning Wednesday to people intent on sneaking into the United States, saying those who enter illegally would never obtain legal status.
Trump to visit Mexico Wednesday, meet its president
Donald Trump announced he would travel to Mexico on Wednesday to meet its president, just hours ahead of giving a much-anticipated speech in Arizona on immigration.
Report accuses Mexican president of law school plagiarism
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has been accused of plagiarizing his law school thesis by a news website which says it detected the work of a dozen others in his writing.