Aug 12, 2014

Mexico doctors remove woman's 130-pound tumor

Mexican doctors say they have removed a 130-pound (60-kilogram) tumor from the body of a 51-year-old woman who had been unable to leave her home for two years. Dr. Gilberto Inzulza says a team of surgeons needed four hours to remove the giant tumor ...

Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ to team up with Mexican government bank

Jul 28, 2014

Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ to team up with Mexican government bank

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ said Monday it has concluded a long-term deal to procure the Mexican peso with a government-affiliated lender in Mexico. Through the agreement with Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior S.N.C., or Bancomext, the local unit of BTMU will lend pesos to ...

Abe leaves Mexico, heads for Trinidad and Tobago

Jul 28, 2014

Abe leaves Mexico, heads for Trinidad and Tobago

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe left Mexico Sunday, having struck a series of energy deals, and headed for Trinidad and Tobago, his next stop on a tour of Latin America. The Japanese leader and his wife received a red-carpet sendoff flanked by soldiers at the ...

Abe tours ancient pyramids with Mexican leader

Jul 27, 2014

Abe tours ancient pyramids with Mexican leader

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wrapped up a two-day visit to Mexico on Saturday, taking a break from sealing energy deals to tour pyramids with President Enrique Pena Nieto. Abe and Pena Nieto visited the pre-Columbian city of Teotihuacan with their wives, Akie Abe and ...

Jul 17, 2014

607 rescued from Mexican shelter

Mexican prosecutors said Wednesday that victims told horrific tales of sexual abuse, beatings, hunger and filth in a once well-regarded group home where authorities freed a total of 607 adults and children in a raid. Some were forced into sex by shelter employees and ...

Jul 16, 2014

Mexico City requires driving tests for first time

Mexico City has 4 million cars on the road already, but only now will it require people to pass a test before getting behind the wheel, finally bringing the capital in line with international standards. The sprawling city of 9 million people has until ...

Tide of poor migrants floods Texas border

Jul 10, 2014

Tide of poor migrants floods Texas border

by Christopher Sherman

The influx of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border has grown so large that it now requires its own transportation system: government buses that spend each night idling on a Texas roadside, awaiting the latest arrivals. The buses, joined by a fleet of Border Patrol ...

Cruz settling in with Marines

Jul 5, 2014

Cruz settling in with Marines

by Jason Coskrey

Luis Cruz wanted to go home. He wanted to see his family again, wanted to be back in a familiar environment. He wanted to get away from that lonely hotel room in Fort Myers, Florida, that was a long way from his native Navojoa, ...