How does a jet break apart in the air?
Questions abound after an Airbus A321 airliner crashed in Sinai on Saturday, killing all 224 people on board.
Case of TV sexual harassment grips Mexico
The country’s top network then gives the female presenter the same punishment as her male partner who prompted her to walk off set.
Mexico's Supreme Court just ruled in favor of marijuana for recreational use
Activists say it won't put the drug cartels out of business, but it will protect marijuana users from criminals.
Hurricane Patricia spares Mexican cities, roars through remote villages
The storm carved through small rural villages, ripping corrugated metal roofing off modest brick homes and uprooting trees.
Mexico tightens noose on fugitive 'El Chapo'
Mexican authorities turned up the heat on drug baron Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, who injured himself while falling as he eluded special forces in rough mountain terrain.
Mexicans are determined to have the last laugh on Donald Trump
Mexico's 13-year-old psychologist is amazing
But the country has a real problem with its little Doogie Howsers.
Here's why Mexico distrusts authorities to find 43 missing students
Independent investigators are punching holes all over the official story.
How one Syrian student could start a wave of refugees to Mexico
Mexico has done surprisingly little to help Syrian refugees. That could be about to change.
Cheers and outcry as Kentucky anti-gay marriage clerk goes behind bars
After refusing to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, Kim Davis is jailed for contempt.
Inside ‘the Bloodhound’: Why Mexico’s fact-checking experiment should scare politicians everywhere
On a scale from 'True' to 'Ridiculous,' how honest are the things your leaders say?
Trump says he would raise visa fees to pay for Mexican border wall
The frontrunner in a crowded Republican field has made immigration a central plank of his campaign.
A Mexican city wants to name and shame litterbugs on giant billboards
But state officials ordered the city of San Nicolas to cover up billboards showing a mug shot and full name of a serial litterer.
No way, Jose! Mexicans aren’t about to pay for Trump’s wall
The billionaire Republican frontrunner has no way of forcing Mexico to foot the bill for increased border security — and zero political capital south of the Rio Grande.
A photographer’s murder has Mexico’s journalists furious and afraid
Photographer Ruben Espinosa, activist Nadia Vera and three other women were found in a Mexico City apartment tied up, beaten and shot in the head.
Can the Mexican government be trusted to investigate drug lord El Chapo’s jailbreak?
Four more prison personnel were just charged for helping him escape, but experts agree the official investigation looks compromised.
When Donald Trump calls immigrants 'illegal,' here's what he's really saying
Just because immigrants to the United States don't have papers doesn't mean they came to the country unlawfully.
Mexico just issued a ‘gender alert’ to stop the rampant killing of women
The United Nations has called the murders a 'pandemic.'
There's feces-covered cilantro in your guacamole because of labor abuses in Mexico
The FDA ban isn't just a contamination alert. It's a rare window into the labor that brings produce from the farm to our tables.
The drug war isn’t the only battle Mexico is losing
The country now has 2 million more poor people than it had in 2012.
Internet, journalists, comedians on high alert as Donald Trump visits US-Mexican border
Donald Trump boarded his private jet for the Texas-Mexico border on Thursday and flew headlong into fresh controversy as a border agents union announced it was boycotting his visit
Researchers find steep drop in immigration from Mexico to US
The number of immigrants coming from Mexico peaked in 2003.
Don Winslow's crime fiction about Mexico's drug violence is as painful as the true story
Do novels about the drug war glorify violence? The best-selling author of 'The Cartel' says he wrestles with the question constantly.
Mexico arrests seven officials over escape of drug kingpin
'El Chapo' Guzman's escape last Saturday from a maximum security prison was a profound embarrassment for President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Mexico says US sent extradition request for El Chapo in June
The failure to extradite him has been heavily criticized by the government's critics since the jail break.
Watch this video of kingpin Chapo Guzman escaping Mexican jail
One second, he's in a maximum security prison cell, pacing around the bed. The next, he’s vanishing like Houdini.
A Mexican judge wants to allow same-sex couples to adopt children nationwide
Mexico's Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality across the country. Now it could go a step further.
Drug kingpin 'El Chapo' Guzman escaped from Mexican prison. Again.
Mexicans are used to stories of extraordinary prison escapes. Yet the news of the jail break that woke people here on Sunday still beggared disbelief.
With new escape, Guzman's legend grows
Folk bands sang his praises. When he was arrested, supporters protested in his home state. Now that Mexican drug kingpin 'El Chapo' has escaped again, singers may add a new verse.
The 'El Chapo' legend gets a new chapter
The first time the Mexican drug lord escaped from prison was in a laundry basket. This time, he dug a 30-foot tunnel beneath the shower space in his prison cell.
Mexican drug lord Guzman fled through tunnel in prison cell
Drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman escaped through a one-mile long tunnel that was dug under the shower space of his prison cell in central Mexico.