Son of Pablo Escobar, Leader of Colombia's Medellin Cartel, Joins Celebrities Available to Send Special Messages

Son of Pablo Escobar, Leader of Colombia's Medellin Cartel, Joins Celebrities Available to Send Special Messages

The son of the notorious leader of Colombia's Medellin Cartel, Pablo Escobar, is now among the celebrities who sell personalized greetings on social media.
Texas Jail Escapee Arrested While Trying to Flee to Mexico on Foot

Texas Jail Escapee Arrested While Trying to Flee to Mexico on Foot

An escapee from a local county jail in Texas, who was reportedly trying to flee to Mexico on foot, was arrested by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents.
Jalisco Cartel Official 'Don Carlos' Who Receives Direct Orders From Boss 'El Mencho' Arrested in Mexico

Jalisco Cartel Official 'Don Carlos' Who Receives Direct Orders From Boss 'El Mencho' Arrested in Mexico

Mexico's Army has captured a top Jalisco cartel operative "Don Carlos," who received direct orders from the cartel boss Nemesio "El Mencho" Oseguera Cervantes.
Mexico Journalists on Protest

Mexico: Reporter Shot Dead in Tijuana; 3rd Journalist Killing in Mexico This January

A reporter was shot to death in Tijuana, making her the third journalist to die in Mexico this year.
Mexico: Authorities Discover Fake Ambulance Carrying 28 Migrants,Including 9 Unaccompanied Children.

Mexico: Authorities Discover Fake Ambulance Carrying 28 Migrants, Including 9 Unaccompanied Children

Authorities in Mexico on Saturday said they found a fake ambulance loaded with 28 Nicaraguans, including nine unaccompanied children.
Former Yankees Pitcher Sergio Mitre Gets 50 Years for Raping, Killing Ex-Girlfriend’s Toddler Daughter in Mexico

Former Yankees Pitcher Sergio Mitre Gets 50 Years for Raping, Killing Ex-Girlfriend’s Toddler Daughter in Mexico

A Mexico court sentenced former New York Yankees pitcher Sergio Mitre to 50 years in prison for raping and killing his ex-girlfriend's toddler daughter.
One of Mexico’s Most Important Art Collections Faces Uncertainty as Citigroup Offloads CitiBanamex

One of Mexico’s Most Important Art Collections Faces Uncertainty as Citigroup Offloads CitiBanamex

The future of one of Mexico's most popular and important art collections is now facing uncertainty after CitiBanamex has been put up for sale.
Mexico Resort Shooting Leaves 2 Canadian Tourists Dead, Another Wounded

Mexico Resort Shooting Leaves 2 Canadian Tourists Dead, Another Wounded

Authorities said two Canadian tourists were killed, and another was wounded in a shooting at a resort in Mexico on Friday.
El Chapo Allegedly Ordered Sinaloa Cartel Hitmen to Torture, Kill 2 Men Who Forced Him to Pay $500K for Son's Underwear

El Chapo Allegedly Ordered Sinaloa Cartel Hitmen to Torture, Kill 2 Men Who Forced Him to Pay $500K for Son's Underwear

Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman allegedly ordered to kill two men who asked him to pay $500,000 for a pair of long johns meant for his son.
 Jen Psaki Holds Daily White House Press Briefing

U.S. Speaks on 'Real Concerns' Regarding Mexico's Energy Plan During Energy Secretary's Visit

During talks with top Mexican officials this week, U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Friday that she had frequently raised concerns about the risk to investors of Mexico's plan to tighten state control of the energy market.
Jalisco Cartel Boss El Mencho's Wife, La Jefa, to Remain in Prison Pending Appeal in Money Laundering Case

Jalisco Cartel Boss El Mencho's Wife, La Jefa, to Remain in Prison Pending Appeal in Money Laundering Case

Rosalinda Gonzalez Valencia or "La Jefa," the wife of Jalisco cartel boss Nemesio "El Mencho" Oseguera Cervantes, will remain in detention, a Mexican judge ruled.
Sinaloa Cartel Boss El Chapo Faces Bigamy Claims as He Had 2 More Wives Aside From Emma Coronel Aispuro

Sinaloa Cartel Boss El Chapo Faces Bigamy Claims as He Had 2 More Wives Aside From Emma Coronel Aispuro

Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could face bigamy charges as a new book claims he had two more wives apart from Emma Coronel Aispuro.
A child is seen in front of an altar honoring Dign

Human Rights Court Says Mexico Committed Grave Mistakes in Investigation of Activist Digna Ochoa's Death

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) declared on Wednesday that the Mexican government made severe mistakes in its investigation into the violent death of human rights defender Digna Ochoa y Plácido two decades ago and that the investigation must be continued.
'Spider-Man' in Mexico Helps Keep Children Safe During Shootout Between Drug Cartel Members, Cops

'Spider-Man' in Mexico Helps Keep Children Safe During Shootout Between Drug Cartel Members, Cops [VIDEO]

A woman dressed as Spider-Man in a children's party helped keep the kids safe during a shootout that suddenly erupted in a town in Mexico on Tuesday.
 Arrest of Sinaloa Cartel Leader 'El Cano' in Mexico Restaurant Sparked Brutal Shootout That Left 2 People Dead

Arrest of Sinaloa Cartel Leader 'El Cano' in Mexico Restaurant Sparked Brutal Shootout That Left 2 People Dead

Sinaloa Cartel leader Alan Ervey Juarez Castillo, alias "El Cano," was arrested in a restaurant in Mexico that sparked a firefight that left two dead.
Texas Gay Couple Tortured, Shot Dead, and Dismembered in Mexico; Bodies Found in Trash Bags Scattered on Road

Texas Gay Couple Tortured, Shot Dead, and Dismembered in Mexico; Bodies Found in Trash Bags Scattered on Road

A Texas gay couple was tortured and shot dead before their bodies were dismembered and left in trash bags along a road in Mexico.
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