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Mexico City tells women being sexually harassed to whistle
Mexico City’s authorities have started handing out 15,000 plastic whistles in the name of combatting sexual harassment, despite widespread ridicule of the idea.
Scientists Question If Mexico City's Drastic Plan to Fight Pollution Will Make a Difference
The City's authorities have relaunched a program designed to take cars out of it's streets and help alleviate the worst environmental crisis in 14 years. But some in the scientific community doubt its effectiveness.
Armed Robberies and Gunfire Reach Mexico City's Hippest Barrios
Violent attacks on bars, gunfights in the streets, and deaths related to extortion are common in many parts of Mexico, but the hipster neighborhoods of La Roma and Condesa were supposed to be safe havens
These Mexico City Drivers Are Pretty Pissed Off Over Some New Road Safety Rules
New prohibitions and increased fines are viewed by some of the capital's drivers as exaggerated, as well as likely to mean more demands for bribes from police officers.
Mexico's Tiny Minimum Wage Is About to Increase — By Almost Nothing
An estimated seven million Mexicans struggle to get by on the country's minimum wage of just over $4 dollars a day but despite a national debate over its inability to cover basic needs, the authorities have authorized an insignificant hike for 2016.
Mexican Governor of Deadliest State for Reporters Will Testify in Photographer Killing
It was the first sign that Javier Duarte might face judicial pressure to answer claims among Veracruz reporters that his administration is responsible for the killings of journalists.
Video Shows Mob of Cabbies Attacking Uber Vehicles in Mexico City
A crowd of angry taxi drivers and their supporters aggressively smashed and vandalized Uber cars near the city's airport to protest the rideshare app service.
Battle Over Uber in Mexico City Shows World’s Largest Taxi Fleet Is in Dire Need of Reform
Mexico City's registered street cabs are notorious for shoddy service and robberies, creating an opening for taxi apps like Uber.
Wife of Conservative Ex-Leader of Mexico Says She’s Running for President in 2018
Margarita Zavala's unexpected announcement came one week after a midterm election in which the National Action Party suffered its worst showing at Mexico's polls since 1991.
Two Dead In Mexico City Children's Hospital Explosion
At least 2 people were killed when an LP gas truck exploded outside a maternity and children's hospital in western Mexico City.
Mexico City Police Chief Resigns Amid Criticism Over Police Behavior
Jesus Rodriguez Almeida oversaw a police department confronting growing evidence of abuse and excessive use of force during recent demonstrations over the 43 missing teaching students.