If you’re as crazy about tacos as most Mexicans you can now take the craze a step further and wrap yourself up in a tortilla.
It’s Taco Day tomorrow and to celebrate a restaurant in the Riviera Maya will offer what it bills as the world’s most expensive taco.
The government of Spain has “vigorously” rejected a request from Mexican President López Obrador that it apologize for its conquest of Mexico.
The Koenigsegg CCXR Special One, one of the world’s fastest luxury vehicles, was completely destroyed in an accident yesterday.
Ruling party senators are not just unhappy about bad credit ratings they appear to see them as a deliberate attack on financial stability.
At least two people are dead and four injured after a tanker truck carrying gasoline was struck by a freight train in Aguascalientes this morning.
After six days of deliberations, the jury has found Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, former leader of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel, guilty of drug trafficking.
The federal government will deploy the police and military personnel to the 17 high-crime locations on a permanent basis.
Navy marines seized half a tonne of what is believed to be cocaine after detecting two small boats traveling off the coast of Oaxaca.
Gunfire in downtown Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Monday night killed two people, wounded three and shocked tourists who were nearby.
A former governor of Coahuila was arrested today on corruption charges, some 13 months after the United States sought his extradition from Mexico.
A 78-year-old Canadian expatriate was shot and killed in Chapala, Jalisco, last Friday, municipal officials confirmed today.
Surveillance video has revealed that a 34-year-old woman found dead in Tecámac was killed by a pack of 11 dogs.
A huge increase in the number of butterflies overwintering in Mexico this year is a welcome event but not likely to happen again next year, scientists warn.
The manner in which a helicopter fell in a crash that killed the governor of Puebla was described today as unusual by federal transportation officials.
More than 140 trains are stranded in Michoacán due to teachers’ union blockades that went up just over a week FULL STORY
The search for a US citizen missing in Baja California Sur since December 18 is now focusing on locating a couple who gave him a ride near Todos Santos.
A witness at the trial of Joaquín Guzmán testified that former president Enrique Peña Nieto accepted the bribe from the former head of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The state of México has announced the completion of construction and restoration work on 32 cultural facilities, including three museums in Toluca.
Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum and police chief Jesús Orta Martínez announced a new security strategy intended to reduce emergency response times.
For more than 50 years the Tula river has received wastewater from the Valley of México, but some residents say they have had enough.
Punctuality at the Mexico City airport throws into question the notion of “Mexican time,” according to a study of on-time performance.
President López Obrador won’t fall for provocations by the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, he told reporters this morning.
Another attempt by migrants to cross from Mexico into the United States was repelled by U.S. border patrol agents who fired tear gas over the border.
The new mayor of Santiago Tamazola, Oaxaca, resigned half an hour after taking office, opening the way for the previous mayor to be sworn in again.