Mexican businesswoman and opposition senator Xochitl Galvez, 60, threw her hat in the ring for the presidency Tuesday, setting up a two-woman race with ex-mayor Claudia Sheinbaum of the ruling party.
In trucks, vans and RVs, hundreds of people converged Saturday in southern Texas to rally against what they say is a migrant "invasion" and to demand tough new controls at the US border with Mexico.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday vehemently rejected claims that drug traffickers helped to fund his first presidential campaign in 2006, describing the allegations as "completely false."
Chopping meat and offal at her street food stall in one of Mexico City's roughest neighborhoods, Maria del Pilar Cortes is a rare sight in the capital's male-dominated taco world.
At least 12 people were killed and another dozen were wounded in an attack early Sunday on a pre-Christmas party in central Mexico, authorities in the state of Guanajuato said.
The United States and Mexico plan to form a working group on foreign investment screening, aimed at guarding against national security threats, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday.
Armed with machetes and baseball bats, some residents of Mexico's hurricane-ravaged beachside city of Acapulco are guarding their neighborhoods from looters who have already emptied supermarkets.
Acapulco was struggling Sunday to recover from the extraordinarily powerful Hurricane Otis, which claimed 48 lives across southern Mexico and provoked widespread power outages and criticism of the government response.
Residents of Mexico's hurricane-stricken resort city of Acapulco emptied shelves of looted supermarkets on Thursday and appealed for government help as they searched desperately for food and water.
Hurricane Lidia made landfall Tuesday on Mexico's Pacific coast as an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, threatening to bring flooding and mudslides, forecasters said.
More than a thousand migrants rode atop a freight train to the edge of the US border Tuesday after dodging authorities on a 10-day journey through Mexico.
At least seven people were killed in Mexico on Sunday after the roof of a church came crashing down, local officials said.
Marco Gonzalez used to fish the river between Mexico and Texas, but now he has a more lucrative harvest -- possessions abandoned by the thousands of migrants crossing the border from the south.
Mexico's biggest rail operator said Tuesday that it had halted 60 freight trains after a surge in the number of US-bound migrants traveling on them led to deaths and injuries.
Mexico said Thursday that it expected to open dozens of new air routes to the United States after regulators in Washington restored its top aviation safety rating.
Mexico's Supreme Court on Wednesday decriminalized abortion across the conservative Latin American country, moving in contrast to the United States where federally guaranteed abortion rights were overturned last year.
Mexico's Supreme Court on Wednesday decriminalized abortion across the conservative Latin American country.
Thousands of Mexicans on horseback parade through the town where Francisco "Pancho" Villa, the outlaw turned revolutionary who inspired countless myths and legends, was killed 100 years ago.
The U.S. and Mexico still have "differences" of opinion regarding Mexico's recovery of a coveted air safety rating, Mexico's president said on Thursday.
The U.S. on Tuesday imposed sanctions on 17 people and entities based in China and Mexico who it accused of enabling counterfeit, fentanyl-laced pill production, as the Biden administration seeks to stem imports of the deadly drug.
Two capsized smuggling boats off the coast of San Diego, California, left at least 8 people dead, officials said Sunday.
Questions behind the abduction of four Americans by the Mexican Gulf Cartel continue to grow after an apology letter was found along with a group of bound men.
Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes attended their first event as a couple following the controversy over their romance.
Two of four kidnapped Americans were killed in Mexico say authorities, succumbing to gunshots fired at their vehicle during a cartel shootout.
A former Mexican beauty queen and her accomplice were sentenced to four and four and a half years in prison for stealing $1.7 million worth of wine.
Four U.S. citizens were assaulted and kidnapped in Mexico said the FBI Sunday, adding that gunmen opened fire on their vehicle near the city of Matamoros.