Pilgrims arrive at Virgin of Guadalupe Basilica in Mexico City
Thousands of Central American migrants spent weeks travelling north through Mexico in caravans, walking and hitching rides when possible, only for many to give up hope and turn back when they met resistance at the U.S. border.
Four dead as aircraft crashes into house in Mexico
The current trial of Mexico's El Chapo in New York has shed light on the luxury lifestyle he has led for 25 years
Second migrant caravan arrives in Tijuana
US President Donald Trump has authorised troops to use lethal force "if they have to" at the border with Mexico.
Many Central American migrants camped in Tijuana after crossing Mexico in a caravan attended a job fair organised by the Baja California state government on Monday as they look for work while they remain in Mexico.
Diego Maradona danced with his Dorados team after a memorable victory in the Mexican Apertura quarter-finals on Saturday.
Several hundred people demonstrated this Sunday in the Mexican city against the caravan of migrants shouting "no to invasion."
A lawyer for accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman told a New York jury that his client was a scapegoat for the real leader of Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel, Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada.
Migrants scrambled to get on the back of a trailer in the central Mexican state of Queretaro on Sunday (November 11), en route to the United States to seek asylum north of the border.
A new group of migrants bound for the United States clashed with Mexican authorities at the border between Mexico and Guatemala on Sunday (October 28).
Tens of thousands of Mexicans lined the capital's Reforma boulevard on Saturday (October 27) for the Day of the Dead parade, a modern twist on a belief that dates back to the pre-Hispanic era.
Central American migrants clustered for the night on Wednesday (October 24) in the southern Mexico town of Mapastepec after advancing on their trek toward the United States, despite Mexico's vows to hinder their progress under pressure from the Trump administration.
Residents on Mexico's Pacific coast on Wednesday (October 24) began clearing up the wreckage left by Hurricane Willa, which ripped through towns overnight, tearing off rooftops, downing power lines and splitting trees apart.
This is the throng of Central American migrants making their way up through Mexico towards the US border.
At least eleven people have died after Tropical Storm Vicente lashed Mexico's Pacific in southern Mexico, Oaxaca state civil protection authorities reported on Sunday (October 21).
Hurricane Willa, a category 5 storm, is expected to make landfall on mainland Mexico on Tuesday afternoon.
Mexicans threw a macabre party on Sunday (October 21), disguising themselves as the iconic Mexican skeleton figure known as "La Catrina" or "Elegant Skull" and flooded the streets for a pre-Day of the Dead parade.
They're part of a caravan of thousands of people determined to make it to the United States. Now they are stuck on a bridge over a river that marks the border
As thousands of Honduran migrants head north, Mexico is stepping up security and seeking help from the UN refugee agency. Donald Trump has threatened to close the US-Mexican border.
The Jalisco state top forensic expert has been fired.
A popular tourist area of Mexico City has been rocked by a gunfight that left at least five people dead,
Mexico City police chase ‘mariachi’ gunmen after 3 killed in tourist plaza
Romanian-Canadian adventurer Radu Paltineannu cycled 34,000 kms across the Americas. ALong the way he slept in some pretty unusual places: an Alaskan wooden church, a Mexican prison cell and a Bolivian volcano top among others.
Could you run a 100-km race wearing nothing but a pair of plastic sandals? 23-year-old Lorena Ramirez did just that and finished first.