Saturday, April 20, 2024


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Irapuato mayoral candidate’s debate notes stolen in armed attack

Mayoral challenger Irma Leticia González accused the incumbent mayor of orchestrating the attack.
López Obrador with CFE sign behind him

Opinion: What’s coming for Mexican energy policy after AMLO?

Analysts Carlos Ramírez and Mónica Díaz consider what President López Obrador will leave behind for Mexico's energy sector — and what might come next.
Mexico presidential candidate Xochitl Galvez taking a selfie with a crowd of supporters

Despite polls, presidential candidate Xóchitl Gálvez is optimistic

Xóchitl Gálvez still believes voters are fed up with Morena and that if there is high voter turnout on June 2, she will become Mexico's first female president.
Funeral in Mexico for assassinated mayoral candidate Gisela Gaytan

Federal government providing security protection for 250 political candidates

After at least 15 murders of 2024 political aspirants nationwide, the federal government says it's streamlining the assignment of security details.
Modern windmills along a mountainous backdrop in Oaxaca, Mexico

Claudia Sheinbaum pledges to ‘accelerate’ transition to renewable energy if elected

Presidential hopeful Claudia Sheinbaum told Mexican business leaders Monday she'd ramp up Mexico's wind, solar and hydro power generation.
INE ballot for electronic voting

Nearly 40,000 Mexicans living abroad removed from electoral roll

With the election just seven weeks away, some overseas voters were dismayed to receive rejections of their registration applications.
Presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum speaks at a recent campaign event in Ayala, Morelos.

Claudia Sheinbaum talks security, water and more in El Financiero interview

Though she's running on a platform of continuity, Sheinbaum cited her support of sustainable energy as something that would set her apart from the current administration.
President Lopez Obrador of Mexico giving a press conference with a screen behind him

Mexico to file complaint against Ecuador with the International Court of Justice

President López Obrador said the complaint will be filed Thursday in response to the raid on Mexico's embassy in Quito last week.
The 2024 presidential candidates sit at their podiums ahead of the first debate

‘Ice lady,’ ‘liar’; Personal attacks fly at first presidential debate

Mexico's candidates for president offered few proposals and a fair amount of attacks in last night's first presidential debate.
Xóchitl Gálvez with her son and daughter

Sheinbaum says keep kids ‘out of it’ after video of Gálvez’s son goes viral

Claudia Sheinbaum says family members should be off limits after a viral video caused drama in her rival Xóchitl Gálvez's campaign.
Raquel Serur, Mexican ambassador to Ecuador

Ecuador declares Mexican ambassador persona non-grata

Ambassador Raquel Serur will return to Mexico as political tensions rise following comments made by President López Obrador.
The three presidential candidates for Mexico's June 2, 2024 election

3 of 4 Mexicans plan to watch first 2024 presidential debate

A new poll shows that 76.6% of Mexicans plan to watch the first of three upcoming debates, which is scheduled for Sunday.
Adrian Guerrero, city council candidate in Celaya, Mexico, posing for a selfie

Celaya candidate missing after attack is alive and unharmed

After a shooting that killed a Morena mayoral candidate in Celaya, Adrián Guerrero, a candidate for city council, was believed dead as well.

Morena mayoral candidate in Celaya murdered at campaign event

Gisela Gaytán was shot the day after official campaigns began, and mere hours after telling supporters she had asked state authorities for protection.
Xóchitl Gálvez talks with a Mexican at eatery counter in New York City

Opinion: What can Mexico’s next president offer Mexicans living in the US?

The two leading presidential candidates have both made visits to the U.S. ahead of the election. But what can they offer Mexicans living up north?
Migrants negotiate a razor wire barrier as they cross from Ciudad Juárez in Mexico to El Paso, Texas, in the U.S.

US appeals court extends block on enforcement of Texas migrant arrest law

The law, which allows state authorities to arrest and deport people suspected of having entered the U.S. illegally, is on hold for the time being.