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On Dec. 2, gunmen at a gas station commandeered a private truck that was carrying a heavy piece of cancer-treating machinery from a hospital in Tijuana to a radioactive waste storage facility near Mexico City. The theft set off global alarm bel...
Throngs of riot police manned nine-foot metal barricades surrounding the Senate on Friday as legislators inside prepared to tackle the most contentious political issue in decades: the opening of the energy sector to foreign investment.
Rafael Caro Quintero, a fugitive drug lord whom U.S. authorities hold responsible for the 1985 kidnapping and murder of DEA agent Enrique Camarena, has appealed in a personal letter to Mexico’s president for help getting U.S. drug agents o...
The former governor of Mexico’s Tamaulipas state invested millions of dollars in drug sale proceeds in real estate across southern and central Texas, the U.S. government charged in an indictment unsealed Monday.
President Enrique Pena Nieto has chalked up major victories in his first year in office, but the next few weeks will mark a crucial period that may define his presidency and the destiny of Mexico for decades to come.
New technologies to unlock energy below the earth’s surface could transform the global energy picture, allowing a handful of nations not ordinarily thought of as energy producers to emerge.
For the past 40 years, U.S. presidents have launched distant wars, allied with autocratic sheikhs and dispatched naval fleets to protect sea lanes, all for the imperative of keeping foreign oil spigots flowing.
Mexican prison authorities on Tuesday released a teenage U.S. citizen who admitted to decapitating four people on behalf of a drug cartel and escorted him to the Mexico City airport, where he boarded a flight for San Antonio, Texas.
The sons and daughters of Mexico’s most renowned outlaws just can’t refrain from posting photos of their lavish lifestyles online: Fat bundles of cash. Gold-plated assault rifles. Pet lions and tigers. Tricked-out dune buggies.
Honduras, a nation on a years-long quest to overcome political instability, found only new turmoil Sunday when two presidential candidates both declared themselves winners of the day’s election.