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Latest Mexico Items
An earthquake that briefly halted rides at Disneyland and toppled wine bottles at desert resorts happened on one of two faults that are under increased pressure because of the powerful Easter Sunday temblor in Mexico, seismologists said.
President Obama's moratorium on deep-water drilling could have the unintended effect of increasing U.S. dependence on oil imports -- thus raising the risk of a more common type of oil spill from tankers, energy analysts say.
Heavy rain forced officials to dump water into flooded rivers Wednesday in order to alleviate full reservoirs. Tens of thousands in Mexico and Texas have been forced to evacuate.
Britain will hold a judge-led inquiry into charges that its spies were complicit in the torture of terrorism suspects held by the U.S. and other allies.
Kentucky GOP Senate candidate Rand Paul once opposed building a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border because it would remind people of the Berlin Wall, but now he says he would support it if that's what it takes to stop illegal immigrants from sneaking across.
The new commander of the U.S. military's homeland security forces is stepping up cooperation with Mexico in an effort to stem drug trafficking and related violence.
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.
A difficult war, runaway federal spending, a dilemma over illegal immigration and even the aftermath of an environmental disaster - President Obama's 2010 is looking a lot like President George W. Bush's 2006.
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.