The interview orchestrated by the Mexican actress raises tough questions for her career, her new tequila brand, and the whole business of narco pop media at large.
Mexican defense secretary Salvador Cienfuegos said emphatically on Tuesday that soldiers in Guerrero did not participate in the attacks that left 43 young men missing.
Drivers flying into a rage upon being ticketed are scenes of daily life in Mexico City, but some residents are banding together to fight what they call a corrupt and opaque program that is only whitewashing certain neighborhoods.
Juan Santos Carrera had only recently left his job as a Veracruz correspondent for the Televisa conglomerate, and was preparing to start his own local newspaper in the state known as the deadliest for reporters in Mexico.
The tycoon who is losing business deals left and right after his harsh anti-immigrant comments might still be sore over a $6.5 million deal with a Mexican businessman that went bad after the 2007 Miss Universe pageant in Mexico City.
Since lambasting Mexico and Mexican immigrants, Trump has lost million-dollar deals with NBC, Univision, Televisa, and Carlos Slim's Ora TV — not to mention a Latino-owned brewery in Chicago that sent beer to a Trump Tower bar.
Carmen Aristegui wanted to return to her slot exposing government corruption, but MVS Communications shot back, saying the relationship was over, permanently.
Jesus Murillo Karam is the first high-profile exit from the cabinet of President Enrique Peña Nieto. It came the day after the five-month march since the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa Normal School students, as thousands more marched in their memory.
It's all part of a plan to switch Mexico to open digital TV, but critics say the 13 million households set to receive a free set will know what to do once they get inside a voting booth: support the ruling party.
A video shows a Televisa reporter and another journalist taking cash from a cartel leader in exchange for tips on how to improve his image.
Cellphone service and TV signals are set to be opened up to more competition in Mexico — but possibly at the expense of privacy.