People with knowledge of the oil company’s situation said that Pemex is asking some of its contractors if they can wait until 2021 for payments owed now.
A group of intrepid thieves attempted to steal an ATM machine from a Culiacán, Sinaloa, shopping center by dragging it away using a stolen tow truck.
César Duarte was taken into custody by officers with the US Marshals Service who were acting on an arrest warrant for extradition purposes.
Travelers at Benito Juárez International Airport will be able to enjoy free Wi-Fi in both terminals starting July 13, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum announced.
A new single-day record for coronavirus cases was set on Wednesday but Deputy Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell asserted that the epidemic is slowing down.
López Obrador described the new trade pact as a “great achievement” during an address to the media alongside US President Donald Trump at the White House.
Mexico City cop Pablo Ramírez, who found his 15 minutes of fame beating a fitness instructor Friday in a pushups contest, dreams of the Paralympic Games.
After targeting the central bank and a government agency this week, the hackers collective Anonymous México is predicted to carry out more cyberattacks.
A tiny, five-room boutique hotel in the Guanajuato destination has been named the second-best in the world in the magazine’s annual survey.
Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro has warned that he will shut down the state economy if coronavirus cases and hospital admissions continue to increase.
In order to emphasize the importance of wearing face masks, officials in Toluca placed masks on 44 statues and monuments on Tuesday.
The Health Ministry reported 6,258 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, while 895 additional Covid-19 fatalities lifted the official death toll to 32,014.
The president makes his first international trip to visit Washington, where the two leaders will toast the new trade treaty despite mounting woes at home.
When she went to identify and claim her husband’s body from the morgue, the corpse they presented her with was not that of her husband.
Almost six years after 43 teaching students disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, the government announced Tuesday that the remains of one had been identified.
The federal government’s decision to entrust large infrastructure projects to the army is an impediment to economic growth, some experts say.
The Chihuahua-Pacific railway that carries visitors through the stunning mountains of Chihuahua and Sinaloa has announced it will hit the tracks once again.
Sun, sand and surf worshippers flocked to the beach in Sinaloa on the weekend despite the municipality having the state’s third highest coronavirus tally.
The two are among 10 young entrepreneurs from around the world recognized for innovative solutions to realize UN sustainable development goals.
Ayuda Mutua has put together an online event they hope will weave a stronger web of mutual support between local consumers and artists.
New measures to reduce foot traffic in the historic center amid the coronavirus pandemic failed to prevent large crowds of shoppers on Monday.
López Obrador, who will fly commercial to the US capital Tuesday, said that discussion of migrants will be an “important part” of his meeting with Trump.
Floods, fallen trees, stranded vehicles and a sinkhole that swallowed a truck are just some of the effects of the heavy rains that fell in Guadalajara.
The federal government has sanctioned Cyber Robotics Solutions for selling defective and over-priced coronavirus ventilators.
It is estimated that some 15,000 people visited beaches in Yucatán last weekend alone and the increase in traffic puts the sea turtle’s survival at risk.