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.
On Dec. 4, the San Antonio Spurs will face the Minnesota Timberwolves in what will be second regular-season game to ever be played in Mexico City.
Mexico has been quiet in recent years on the US immigration debate after former President Vicente Fox's vocal push for US reform prompted criticism.
Some 39 percent of the Mexican population, or 44 million people, is now considered middle class.
Iraq is less violent than it was and the press frequently wonders if the country could descend into war again. What if the war never ended?