This graphic shows which teams have the most fans at the World Cup
Turns out Americans like soccer way more than the world thinks.
The most popular World Cup team in the United States may not be the United States
A lot of people in America will be watching Mexico play Brazil today.
Don’t trust the hype about Mexico’s Kardashian look-alike narco assassin
It’s a great story, but it might not be true.
Mexico’s got a serious bullying problem. Blame the cartels?
The tragic death of a 12-year-old has sparked a national debate on schoolyard violence. Politicians and psychologists point to the bloodshed outside the gates.
Are any countries seriously trying to tackle the climate crisis?
Obama wants the US to lead. Is anyone interested in following?
Mexico discovers dozens of decomposing dead bodies, then reports 25 percent drop in violent crime
President Enrique Pena Nieto said the figures were 'encouraging.'
This is what it’s like to cross the US border from Mexico
The story of a young woman named Lourdes is revealed through her Facebook posts.
Why Mexico’s celebrity anti-globalization rebel is quitting
The NAFTA-fighting Zapatistas’ chief, Subcomandante Marcos, says he’s become a mere ‘hologram.’ What does that mean, and what comes next?
Why World Cup soccer players can’t have sex
Mexico’s team coach told his men to keep their pants on. How 8th century BC of him.
Australia is apparently raising a generation of overweight couch potatoes
The sports-loving nation scored a D- on an international physical activity report card.
Just 2 percent of Latin Americans are rated as having free media
Independent journalism in the Americas is backsliding again, Freedom House says.
In a first, the US now sells more petro-goods to Mexico than it buys
For as far back as records go, Mexico had always exported more oil and petroleum products to the United States than it imported from its northern neighbor. This year, they're trading places.
A founder of the notorious Zetas drug cartel is killed in a clash with Mexican military
Galindo Mellado was one of a group of elite Mexican soldiers who deserted from the army to work as hired guns for the leader of the Gulf cartel.
6.4-magnitude earthquake hits Mexico City
Mexican media reported there was no damage in the Pacific holiday resort of Acapulco, near the epicenter.
Watch these Mexican black bears make rock climbing look super easy
They're all like, "Harness? What harness?"
The US is now deporting its decorated, even wounded, war veterans
At most funerals for US veterans, the flag is presented ‘on behalf of a grateful nation.’ Not so for these former soldiers.
What is killing all the starfish?
It's hard to even gather specimens for study because their bodies disintegrate so fast.
Curious about the biggest trade deal in history? Sorry, it’s classified
Governments and big corporations can read the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not you. Here are 6 ways it could change the world.
Here's everything you wanted to know about zonkeys, the great zebra-donkey hybrids
And where you can get tights like that.
Fracking near the Texas border has northern Mexico trembling
Defenders of shale gas drilling point out that the tremors it causes are minor. Tell that to earthquake-prone Mexico.
Kim Jong-un forces aides to walk through his own mind
And we have the picture of what that looked like.
Meet Europe’s likely new leaders
Candidates line up in the race for EU’s top jobs.
7.2 magnitude earthquake rattles Mexico City
There were no immediate reports of major damage.
The 4 songs you had no idea were inspired by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
From Shakira to Silvio Rodriguez, music has immortalized the maestro known as Gabo.
Holy Mexico hailstones! Easter week is getting freak weather
Normally this week Mexicans head to the beach to chill out. Now they think they're in 'Siberia.'
Mexican authorities arrest mayor for helping a drug gang extort city council members
More than 85,000 people have died in killings linked to drug gang violence since the end of 2006.
Will this deal solve Mexico’s vigilante problem?
Mexico’s militia leaders and government have made a breakthrough. Here's what their new pact means.
Even the 99 percent get kidnapped in Mexico
With ransoms set as low as $250, now more lower-class Mexicans can 'afford' an abduction. Although, sometimes they're killed anyway.
Thai men dressing up like Mexican gangsters, it's a thing
But don’t make the mistake of equating the two.
These 5 countries are crushing the whole gender equality thing at home
And then, of course, there are those that are not.
Citigroup is having a bad time in Mexico
These missteps have led to millions in losses and several federal investigations.