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A car exploded early Friday in front of the offices of a major Mexican television station in a northern state where officials are investigating the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants.
Mexico slapped tariffs on U.S. pork products Wednesday, ratcheting up the pressure on the United States over a long-running dispute over Mexican truckers' access to U.S. highways.
President Felipe Calderon's allies headed toward some surprising victories in Mexican state elections marred by drug gang violence so severe only a trickle of citizens voted in one state where the leading gubernatorial candidate was slain.
Mexicans voted for new governors and mayors across a third of the country Sunday in an election soured by drug-gang killings and intimidation and expected to hand the main opposition party sweeping gains.
Drug cartels fund a tenth of Mexico's economy. They have infiltrated many local and state police forces and staged assaults on army bases. Now they're violently inserting themselves into politics.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) — It's a warning note written in blood as Mexico's powerful drug cartels increase the pressure on police and security officials who vow to break their power.
FELIPE CARRILLO PUERTO, Mexico (AP) — Hurricane Dean swept across the Yucatan peninsula today, toppling trees, power lines and houses as it bore down on the heart of Mexico's oil industry. Glitzy resorts on the Mayan Riviera were spared, but vulnerable Mayan villages were exposed to the full fury of one of history's most intense storms.
MEXICO CITY U.S. federal agents have arrested a Mexico City businessman wanted in connection with one of the Western Hemisphere's largest trafficking rings for the main chemical ingredient in methamphetamine.