An $8.1 billion investment in Mexico by a Brazilian company is good news for both countries – and a twist in the ongoing Brazil vs. Mexico economic debate.
The destruction from the severe weather double whammy that pounded Mexico sparks questions about whether there could've been more advance preparations.
The Monitor's Europe bureau chief finds a more muted atmosphere to Europe's intercity travel than on her last assignment, Latin America. There, the idea of a 'quiet car' would be inconceivable.
Hurricane Ingrid on the Gulf coast and Hurricane Manuel on the Pacific have slammed Mexico, causing flooding and mudslides that have killed at least 80 people. More rain is expected.
The bill is far from majority approval, but if support continues to grow and it passes, this could provide an important look at how marijuana legalization impacts organized crime.
Newly published documents released by Edward Snowden indicate the US spied on the presidents of both countries.
Zocalo plaza, one of the world's largest public squares, has filled with a patchwork of tents and tarps – and the mayor is hearing from residents who are not happy about it.
The case of two British women charged with smuggling cocaine out of Peru could become a diplomatic row like a similar case between Mexico and France.
The Education Department has admitted to 117 errors in spelling and grammar in a Spanish language and a geography textbook for elementary schools.
Zetas leader captured: The arrest of drug kingpin Miguel Angel Treviño Morales could open the door to internal power struggles and challenges from other cartels.