Mexican Economy Secretary Bruno Ferrari discusses robust growth amid an economic slowdown.
Telephones are ringing off the hook at this office in Mexico's capital, where a group of well-known activists are planning the final details of a protest on the other side of the Mexico-U.S. border.
A Mexican presidential candidate taps a Colombian general as drug war adviser.
One of the most high-profile women accused of connections with Mexico's drug trade was extradited to the United States Thursday, officials said.
Mexican authorities found an abandoned van containing 14 bodies along a highway in the central city San Luis Potosi Thursday.
Mexican authorities accused four top military officials of connections with organized crime in a high-profile case that has renewed debate over the role of government troops in the drug war.
Christiane Amanpour asks if Enrique Peña Nieto can save Mexico.
The runner-up in Mexico's presidential election announced Thursday that he was filing a legal challenge to invalidate the vote.
Mexico's frontal assault against drug cartels has been "largely ineffective" and in some instances counterproductive to reducing violence, a U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee report concludes.
Mexican officials say Pena Nieto is not official president until the country's electoral tribunal ratifies the results.
More than a week after Mexico's presidential election, the candidate who authorities describe as the runner-up said a partial recount was not enough to erase his doubts about the vote.
Mexico's Enrique Peña Nieto called for a "new debate" on the drug war and said the United States must play an important role in that discussion.
An official tally of Mexico's presidential election returns -- including individual recounts for more than half the ballots -- confirmed Enrique Peña Nieto as the winner of the election.
The executive secretary of Mexico's Federal Election Institute said Wednesday that 54.5% of the ballot boxes from last weekend's presidential election will be opened and the individual ballots inside will be recounted.
The leader of Mexico's leftist Party of the Democratic Revolution, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, announced Tuesday that he has asked Mexico's Federal Election Institute for a recount of the ballots cast in Sunday's presidential election.
Hours after Mexico's presumed president-elect, Enrique Peña Nieto, said it was time for his country to leave behind the political rancor of campaign season, his closest opponent in the polls refused to concede and said the vote had been "plagued by irregularities."
CNN's Becky Anderson talks with Miguel Marquez about what the election of Enrique Peña Nieto could mean for Mexico.
On both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, key questions are lingering after Mexico's presidential vote.
Enrique Peña Nieto, the man election authorities project will be Mexico's next president, was the governor of Mexico's most populous state. His wife is a well-known television star.
According to election officials, Enrique Peña Nieto is the projected winner of Mexico's presidential election.
Enrique Peña Nieto is the projected winner of Mexico's presidential election, according to a quick count by election officials.
Hours before the end of Mexico's presidential campaign period Wednesday night, the ruling party's candidate made an unexpected proposal before a crowd of cheering supporters.
They sport purple hair and piercings, plaid shirts and plastic aviator glasses. A guy with dreadlocks totes a bongo drum.
While Mexico's drug wars have ravaged some regions and claimed thousands of lives, most of the country's tourist sites have remained relatively unscathed.
Carlos Coria-Sanchez remembers the frantic phone calls and the fear in his family members' voices. His nephew had been kidnapped just outside Mexico City. Men wearing police uniforms held him hostage, robbed him and released him five hours later.
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports Mexico is a bright spot in an otherwise dreary world economy.
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on the homestretch for Mexican presidential candidates and the ugliness of the fight.
Dealing with deep drug war wounds is a top issue on Mexico's presidential campaign trail, but the election results could have an impact on both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border.
The United States has a strong national interest in economic, political and civil stability in Mexico. Its war against transnational drug cartels has dramatically highlighted Mexico's problems, but the truth is that the nation has had deep, unsolved, structural problems in its economy and an opaque international financial system for decades.
Protesters marched and packed the main square of Mexico City on Sunday, slamming the candidate widely seen as the front-runner in next month's presidential elections.
Authorities found the mutilated remains of 14 people inside a truck parked in front of a city government office in northern Mexico Thursday, according to the Attorney General of the State of Tamaulipas .
Children ask Mexican candidates some tough questions in a new viral video. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Increased militarization in Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala has created more insecurity, especially for women, a report spearheaded by two Nobel laureates found.
Authorities were investigating Monday after at least 11 people were killed when gunmen attacked a drug rehabilitation center in northern Mexico, state media reported.
Pepsico subsidiary in Mexico is targeted for the sixth time in a week. Rafael Romo reports.
A Sabritas employee was in a Mexican hospital Friday with injuries sustained when his company vehicle was set afire Thursday night in the latest of a string of such attacks, a company spokeswoman said.
Products like Ruffles, Doritos and Cheetos may be among the latest targets of cartel violence in Mexico.
The demonstrators have no clear leader. Many say Twitter posts and Facebook groups brought them to the streets of Mexico's capital and cities around the country.
A Mexican congressional candidate appears topless on campaign billboards. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Mexico's military, the heavy lifter in the country's battle against drug cartels, is under scrutiny following the detention of four high-ranking officers who are being questioned for alleged ties to those same gangs.
Mexican authorities are asking for DNA samples from families of missing persons nationwide in their efforts to identify 49 decapitated bodies, an official said Wednesday.
Mexican authorities found dozens of decapitated bodies along a highway. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
The 49 decapitated bodies authorities found on a roadside in northern Mexico over the weekend were likely the result of a fierce feud between rival drug cartels, a top Mexican official said Monday.
Mexican authorities found at least 49 decapitated and dismembered bodies along a highway in a northern border state Sunday morning, officials said.
The number of Mexican security firms triples as violence grows. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Mexican authorities have opened an investigation into permits issued to Wal-Mart in light of allegations that the retail giant bribed officials in Mexico to speed up store construction.
A federal appeals court in Atlanta announced that it will wait until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on Arizona's law.
A short video that has gone viral in Mexico asks a tough question of the country's presidential candidates: "Are you striving only for the (presidential) chair, or will you change the future of our country?"
President Barack Obama and the visiting leaders of Mexico and Canada on Monday pledged joint efforts to combat drug cartels in Mexico and expand international trade, including support for Canada and Mexico joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Thousands of Catholics greet Pope Benedict XVI in an open air Mass in central Mexico.
The Mexican government is spending millions of dollars to welcome the pope. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Mexican officials were assessing damage Wednesday, a day after a strong earthquake left homes in ruins and rattled residents hundreds of miles away from the epicenter.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on earthquake damage captured on video in Mexico.
The Justice Department late Friday provided hundreds of pages of internal documents to the House committee looking into Operation Fast and Furious and related programs.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Monday met with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and three candidates vying to replace him.
For a battleground state that relies heavily on tourism, rising gas prices are striking a nerve. George Howell reports.
For me, the issue of skyrocketing gasoline prices came into focus about four years ago, when the national average that Americans paid at the pump reached an all-time high of $4.11 a gallon. Today, the average -- up 30 cents in the last four weeks, and 13 cents in the last week alone -- is about $3.70.
Josefina Vazquez Mota has a real chance of becoming Mexico's next president. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
In case you plan to see Wednesday's GOP debate, allow me to offer up some crib notes so you don't get lost.
The United States and Mexico agreed Monday to work cooperatively on exploring and developing oil and natural gas reserves along their maritime border.
Dozens died and 30 inmates escaped during a weekend prison riot in northern Mexico, an official said Monday.
Mexico's president called on U.S. officials to stop gun trafficking across the border Thursday, saying the move would be the best thing Americans could do to stop brutal drug violence.
For years it was the Mexican murder capital, but things in Juarez are changing for the better. Rafael Romo reports.
Americans should avoid all but essential travel to all or parts of 14 Mexican states, the U.S. State Department warns as violence has spread.
Mexico's conservative ruling party has picked a former congresswoman as its nominee for the nation's top job. If she wins, she would become the country's first female president.
In Mexico's murder capital, young paramedics risk their lives to save victims of drug violence, as Rafael Romo reports.
Mexico's ambassador to Venezuela and his wife were freed early Monday after armed men kidnapped them and held them hostage for hours, officials said.
In the rolling hills of northern Mexico, about 180 miles south of the U.S. border, lies a community that stands out for its religious roots. The houses in this community surrounded by peach and apple orchards look more like homes you would find in the American Southwest than in Mexico. On top of a hill stands a gleaming white Mormon temple, a rarity in this largely Catholic country.
A security chief for Mexico's most wanted drug lord is arrested in Sinaloa. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Saadi Gadhafi, a son of the deposed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, secretly tried to travel to Mexico using false documents, Mexico's interior minister said Wednesday.
Authorities found 26 bodies Thursday inside three abandoned vehicles in Guadalajara, Mexico, an official said.
Young Christians dress up as angels in Mexico to send a message of peace. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
CNN's Political Team has insider tips on what to watch for at the debates preceding the 2012 presidential election.
It used to be said that if the American economy sneezed, Latin America and the Caribbean would catch a cold.
Mexico's interior minister, Jose Francisco Blake Mora, was killed in a helicopter crash Friday.
Nearly five years into its war against drug cartels, Mexico on Wednesday was rebuked by a human rights organization that found a pattern of abuses by security forces.
The question is a serious one, and its answer has multiple political and security implications: Did a Mexican political party have agreements with organized crime, specifically the PRI which governed Mexico for 71 years?
The bodies of 35 people were dumped on the street in a Mexican coastal city. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A pair of bodies were found hanging from a Mexican bridge as a sign to social media users not to denounce drug cartels.
Social media users who denounce drug cartel activities along the Mexican border received a brutal warning this week: Two mangled bodies hanging like cuts of meat from a pedestrian bridge.
On a recent sunny Arizona morning, Judy Macintyre, a 72-year-old tourist from Minnesota, is ready to board a bus. But this is not just any tour. To Macintyre, it's an opportunity to take an in-depth look at a controversial issue she wanted to explore for a long time.
Mexico's offensive against the drug cartels that plague the nation has been fraught with controversy. Over the past four and a half years, tens of thousands have been killed, including many civilians, and the violence continues unabated.
One Mexican state's tough stance on Twitter posts could have a chilling effect on social media throughout the country, analysts say.
Hundreds of troops headed to northern Mexico Saturday as authorities continued investigations into the torching of a casino that left at least 52 people dead.
At least 53 people were killed and eight others injured in a reported grenade attack Thursday at a casino in Monterrey, Mexico, the capital of Nuevo Leon, Red Cross officials said.
At least 40 people were killed and numerous others injured in a reported grenade attack at a casino in Monterrey, Mexico, the capital of Nuevo Leon, according to attorney general in that northern state.
A soccer game was suspended after gunfire erupted outside a stadium in northern Mexico, sending players fleeing and spectators ducking for cover under seats.
Shots were fired outside a stadium in Torreon, Mexico.
Earlier this month, an AeroMexico plane made an important flight from Mexico City to Madrid. The flight wasn't notable for who was inside the cabin, but for what was inside the fuel tank: it was the world's first transatlantic commercial flight using biofuel.
For the first time in 22 years, the Mexican Army is training women as paratroopers. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
The reality of a bloody drug war is taken to the big screen in Mexico. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Part of the solution to end drug violence in Mexico should include legalizing drugs like marijuana for personal use, former President Vicente Fox told CNN en Espanol.
U.S. officials kept their Mexican counterparts in the dark about a widely criticized gun-trafficking probe even as rising numbers of weapons reached the hands of Mexico's drug cartels, a congressional committee reported Tuesday.
Less than four months in office, Mexico's attorney general has overseen the firing of 140 police officers and investigators and has more than 280 others under investigation.
Where the debate over gun control intersects with concerns about border security, things are getting complicated for a political party that has painted itself into a corner with alarmist rhetoric and short-term thinking.
The Mexican Army found what officials describe as the largest marijuana plantation in the nation.
Mexico's president approved several changes to the country's constitution Wednesday aimed at cracking down on human trafficking.