President López Obrador officially inaugurated construction of the Santa Lucía airport on Thursday, declaring that it will open in early 2022.
Unauthorized changes to heritage sites and the proliferation of bars pose a risk to historical neighborhoods in the Mexico City borough, residents say.
In the largest deportation in the country’s history, Mexico’s National Immigration Institute sent 311 undocumented migrants back to India on Wednesday.
Oscar-nominated actress Yalitza Aparicio and computer programmer Paola Villarreal are among the British Broadcasting Corporation’s 100 Women of 2019.
Two armed men entered a classroom at a secondary school in Cacahoatán, Chiapas, this week and robbed 30 students and a teacher.
The body of one of 13 police officers killed in a cartel ambush in Michoacán was returned to his family wrapped in nothing more than black plastic bags.
The secretary general of the Pemex petroleum workers’ union resigned on Wednesday amid accusations of corruption.
Slim said the 3,800-square-meter installation on the main campus of the National Autonomous University will promote science education.
The billionaire businessman told a press conference he is particularly interested in the southeast, where economic development is “urgent” and “essential.”
The high-speed passenger rail line between Mexico City and Querétaro, suspended four years ago, could go ahead through a public-private partnership.
A federal court has revoked the final suspension order against the airport, removing the last legal impediment to the commencement of construction.
President López Obrador has hit back at business groups for criticizing reforms that punish tax fraud with penalties such as those for organized crime.
Construction on Mexico’s first-ever privately owned oil refinery is expected to begin by the summer of 2020 in Soto la Marina, Tamaulipas.
After only seven months in office Acapulco’s police chief resigned on Tuesday amid continuing crime and violence.
Before gangsters killed 13 police on Monday, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel threatened to retaliate if officers didn’t agree to work for them.
Financial authorities have frozen the accounts of the head of the petroleum workers union over allegations of illicit enrichment and money laundering.
Police have found 15 bags containing human remains on a vacant lot. They are believed to contain five bodies.
Just weeks after the launch of a campaign to combat sexual harassment on public transit, police arrested a 27-year-old for masturbating on the Metro.
A soldier was among 15 people killed in a gunfight between the army and suspected gangsters just outside the city of Iguala, Guerrero.
President López Obrador said on Tuesday that the boss of the Pemex workers’ union should quit to face the corruption charges filed against him.
Lack of job opportunities, insufficient pensions, widowhood and the need for extra income are among the reasons why many Mexican seniors have become hosts.
An ex-self-defense leader has criticized the government’s security strategy, claiming that it allows crime gangs to operate with impunity in Michoacán.
The leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel is reportedly planning to go back to his roots and return to his home town in Michoacán.
The untold stories behind a cup of coffee are what the directors tell in a new documentary called A Six Dollar Cup of Coffee.
Producers of the film Terminator: Dark Fate decided on Madrid over Mexico City as a filming location because of insecurity in the Mexican capital.