Mexico, Brazil have new reasons to beef with Obama just in time for G20 summit
The US government spied on Brazil's Dilma Rousseff and Mexico's Enrique Peña Nieto, new Edward Snowden leaks allege. Why don't they seem surprised?
30 police horses stampede through Mexico City (VIDEO)
Residents of Mexico City got a scare on Monday when 30 police horses stampeded down one of the capital's busiest avenues, damaging 11 cars and injuring one person.
Mexico investigating female vigilante 'bus driver hunter'
Police are investigating claims a female vigilante murdered two bus drivers last week in Ciudad Juarez, apparently revenge killings for sexual abuse.
New Juarez Cartel leader 'Ugly Betty' arrested in Mexico
Security forces nabbed Alberto Carrillo Fuentes in Mexico's western state of Nayarit, marking the third high profile drug arrest in as many months.
Report: NSA 'spied' on emails of Brazil and Mexico presidents
Documents obtained from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden indicate the US spied on the communications of the presidents of Brazil and Mexico.
Mexico: Peña Nieto's plethora of pain
After a ballyhooed start, Mexico’s new leader has hit a few walls.
Mexico detains cartel operator Mario Nunez Meza tied to 350 murders
Mario Nunez Meza, 39, was captured on Wednesday in Ciudad Juarez, which borders Texas.
Latin America most dangerous place for environmentalists
Green campaigners are being killed in Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru, the UN says.
Mexico mudslide kills 14 people
Heavy rains from tropical depression Fernand caused dozens of mudslides that killed 14 people, with damage reported in 22 municipalities across Mexico.
Mexico: 13 dead after 'Fernand' makes landfall in Veracruz
Torrential rain triggered deadly landslides in Veracruz after the tropical depression made landfall early Monday.
Police arrest Zetas cartel boss in Mexico
Roman Ricardo Palomo Rincones was detained in an operation staged on Saturday.
Mexican migrant train derailment in Tabasco kills 6, injures 35
The freight car, well known for carrying migrants on its roof, slid off the track in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco.
Esperma de tiburon: Mexican politician uses shark sperm for 'expression lines' (VIDEO)
Guillermo Romo revealed his beauty regime to a reporter in the men's bathroom of the Guanajuato Congress.
Mexico: Lack of university spots ‘cut short the dreams of so many’
Many of Mexico's college 'rejects' hail from working-class barrios or slumping rural villages. They're often the first in their family to reach for a university degree.
Mexico police find mass grave outside capital
As Mexican authorities pulled bodies from a clandestine grave site, speculation mounted the corpses belonged to May's Mexico City kidnap victims.
Brazil bans batch of Heinz ketchup after rodent fur found
Health officials in Brazil ban batch of Heinz ketchup after traces of rodent fur were found in a Mexican-made lot.
Earthquake shakes Mexico City
A moderate earthquake of 6.1 magnitude shook Mexico's capital city on Wednesday.
Mexico's striking teachers say they're being scapegoated
Tens of thousands of educators are fighting reforms they say won't address the education system's real problems: inadequate budgets and endemic corruption.
Mexico Gulf Cartel leader Mario Ramirez Trevino captured
Mexican authorities on Saturday captured Mario Ramirez Trevino, one of the country's most-wanted drug-gang leaders as head of the Gulf Cartel.
Mexico city rocked by moderate quake
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.4 shook Mexico on Friday.
The great Mexican gamble: Can Big Oil save the country's economy?
“It's clear that if we do nothing with relation to energy in Mexico we run the risk of stalling and not growing," President Peña Nieto said.
Drug gang violence: Very bad things are happening in Honduras
Escalating drug wars and military raids of prison push Honduras closer to the edge. Migrants say they must leave to save their lives.
What happens when K-pop comes to Mexico?
Everybody freaks out!
US soldiers work as hitmen for Mexican cartels
Powerful cartels in Mexico hire US troops to do their dirty work.
Midwestern stomach bug linked to Mexican farm
Bad salad: An outbreak of the cyclospora stomach bug in Iowa and Nebraska has been linked to greens from a Mexican farm, the FDA says.
Facebook is 'friending' Latin America
Already big in the region, the social network giant sees huge potential — if Latin Americans would just make the mobile leap.
Mexico: Inmate attempts to smuggle cell phone into prison in mother's coffin
Cell phones are prohibited in Mexican prisons.
Mexico madness: Did the Knights Templar murder the navy's vice admiral?
Vice Adm. Carlos Salazar and a bodyguard were shot dead Sunday when gunmen attacked their official navy car, which had been diverted by a protest blockade on a major toll road on to a secondary road in Michoacan.
Mexican state of Colima allows same-sex civil unions
Colima became the latest Mexican state to allow same-sex civil unions on Monday after a majority of lawmakers passed a change in the state's constitution.
Mexico, where off-the-books work is the rule, not the exception
Six in 10 Mexican workers toil in the country’s informal economy. The new president is after the potential income taxes they’re not paying. Wish him luck.
Mexican vice admiral ambushed, killed in drug war hot spot
Assailants armed with high-caliber rifles killed Vice Admiral Carlos Salazar