Enrique Peña Nieto offered a new approach to Mexico's festering security problem, but analysts say it isn't working.
The abrupt resignation adds further tumult to the town where 43 students went missing last month. The previous mayor remains a fugitive.
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Caracas has lashed out at Spain after Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called for the release of jailed opposition activist Leopoldo Lopez.
Caracas is looking to revamp its police force after implicating two officers in the brutal murder of a lawmaker.
The discovery came after Mexican authorities arrested four gang members thought to be operatives in the kidnapping of 43 students who went missing last month.
Bids for the Houston-based oil subsidiary came in far below the asking price of $10 billion, Venezuela's finance minister said.
New York City, Miami and Chicago are some of the cities refusing to hand over immigrants at the request of federal authorities.
The vote's final round on Nov. 30 is expected to be one of the narrowest Uruguay has faced in years. The country's historic marijuana legalization scheme is still hanging in the balance.
Jack Bruce, who co-wrote some of Cream's biggest hits, including "Sunshine Of Your Love" and "White Room," died of liver disease Saturday.
So-called "Blue Ribbon" supporters harassed and attacked local journalists at the restive Mong Kok protest site early Sunday, Hong Kong time.
With just hours to go before Brazilians take to the polls, latest poll figures show Rousseff at 4 to 6 points ahead of challenger Neves.
Students protesters invited passersby to take store items as they demanded justice for 43 missing students.
The Sheraton was evacuated after reports of multiple explosions Saturday morning.
Uruguay faces a tight presidential race that could put its historic marijuana-legalization scheme in jeopardy.
Allegations implicating President Dilma Rousseff in a blockbuster corruption case have scrambled an already intense presidential race.
The case of the 43 missing students has come to signify corruption and links between politics and organized crime in Mexico.
North Korea's release of a U.S. prisoner is good news, but it doesn't signal that the Hermit Kingdom is softening.
Venezuela's president lashed out at foreign news agencies for stoking fears that the country may default on its debt.
Mexico's human rights body called the massacre one of the worst human rights violations committed by the army.
A 23-year-old but ruthless cartel boss was arrested while shopping in southern Texas, authorities said.
The two adversaries may soon work side by side in combating the Ebola crisis, but collaboration has happened before -- quietly.
The country with the biggest oil reserves is importing light crude to grapple with falling domestic production.
Hopes are dim for any breakthrough in the talks as mass protests continue into their fourth week amid renewed aggression from police forces.
China's GDP grew at its slowest pace since 2009, exacerbating fears of a continued slowdown there, and throughout the world.
A reward was offered for information on the whereabouts of the university students, who vanished after a police shootout in Guerrero.
The agreement between EU and Chinese officials ends a yearlong dispute that had ratcheted up trade tensions.
AbbVie terminated the deal, which would have been the biggest U.S. tax inversion, after the U.S. announced stricter tax rules in September.
A lawsuit over an oil pipeline built in the mid-1990s marks the first time London-based BP faces a UK court for its actions overseas.
Fears of a Venezuelan default are rising as an oil price fall squeezes the government's main income source.