One of the graphic videos suggests women should purposefully fall down stairs to induce an abortion in Chile, where the procedure is totally criminalized and has not been reformed since the end of the Pinochet dictatorship.
The five beheading victims coincide with narco-messages hung in public that suggest the Jalisco New Generation cartel is pushing north, challenging the hold of the Sinaloa cartel on the border.
The San Quintin strike captured international headlines and pointed to poor conditions for farm laborers within Mexico's agricultural sector. Baja California police are accused of raiding laborers' homes before the government intervened.
Authorities are investigating what caused more than 30 children to enter a long stupor after receiving three different vaccinations. Two died and six children in the Chiapas case remain in grave condition.
Health officials in Paraguay say a late-term abortion could put the girl's life at risk, but international health advocacy groups say going through with the pregnancy will also endanger the girl's life.
The bizarre case left officials at a loss for explaining why 14-year-old Alondra Luna Nuñez was kidnapped from school at the request of a Houston mother looking for a missing girl who is also named Alondra.
After the missing 43 and the massacre at Tlatlaya, the country is now facing a third likely state-led mass killing in less than a year. A journalist says federal police killed 16 civilians in Apatzingan, Michoacan.
Almost six months since the 43 students were disappeared, parents of the missing take to the road to also shed light on the Merida Initiative, the US security plan they say fuels the violence in Mexico.
After disturbing the snow, climbers found a second mummified body atop the snowy Pico de Orizaba. Authorities are not sure when — or if — the bodies will be recovered.
In December 2006, former Mexican president Felipe Calderon sent thousands of troops to Michoacan, fueling a tide of violence that has not abated. Here is what you need to know to understand the situation in Mexico's "hot land."
Hipólito Mora's December gun fight with his rival "El Americano" lasted two hours, leaving 11 dead, including his 32-year-old son. Mora's name is also being floated as a potential candidate for Congress.
"I led a gang of pendejos," or idiots, drug lord La Tuta said after his arrest on Friday. The details on the Knights Templar leader emerged as officials leaked word that another cartel kingpin has been arrested.