Servando Gomez Martinez, also known as “La Tuta”, was reportedly captured in the city of Morelia.
Pope’s offensive phrase generates controversy between Mexico and the Vatican.
More than 40% of the women interviewed had been sterilized.
More demonstrations in Mexico after a teacher dies during a violent protest.
Family members of Mexico’s 23,000 other disappeared are also demanding government action and answers.
Worshippers in Mexico head to mass for Ash Wednesday.
Bitcoin reaches Mexico.
Mexico uses drones to save the vaquita.
At least 16 killed and 30 injured in a collision between a freight train and a bus in northern Mexico.
By 1998, the U.N. called Mexico City the world’s most dangerous city for children’s health.
Two of Mexico’s most active volcanoes are putting on a spectacular show.
Parents of the missing still believe that federal forces participated in the disappearance.
Mexico’s Human Rights Commission has taken a petition to the UN, stating that the country has a “serious problem with disappearance”.
President Enrique Pena Nieto announced on Tuesday an investigation into houses that he, his wife and his finance minister bought.
Despite only having definitive forensic proof of one of the students’ remains, authorities confirmed that all students were murdered.