President Enrique Peña Nieto

9.15.16

Mexico's botched investigation of 43 missing students leads chief investigator to resign

Parents of the students see the resignation of Tomás Zerón as an empty gesture since he's being rewarded with another high-level government job.

9.6.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Obama cancels meeting with Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte after Duterte called him a "son of a bitch," Clinton turns down Mexico trip invite, Freddie Mercury gets his own comet, and more.

9.1.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto disputes Donald Trump's wall claims, a former Atlanta cop has been indicted in the fatal shooting of Deravis Caine Rogers, confidence in the US job market soars, and more.

8.31.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Donald Trump will travel to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, President Obama grants clemency to 111 prisoners, the top ISIS strategist has been killed in Syria, and more.

8.23.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

The FBI will release 15,000 more of Hillary Clinton's emails, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to become France's president again, McDonald's responds to Kanye West's poem for Frank Ocean, and more.

1.1.16

Opposition to Weed Legalization Unites Mexico's President With One of His Harshest Critics

After many years seemingly fighting a doomed battle, pro-legalizers have the winds of change in their favor as the government prepares a national debate on marijuana. But opponents are also getting more vocal — some of them from surprising places.

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11.4.15

Mexico Just Took a Big Step Towards Marijuana Legalization

The historic decision by the Mexican supreme court allows four individuals the right to grow and transport marijuana for their own recreational use and opens the way for similar cases that could eventually force full legalization.

10.24.15

Hurricane Patricia Makes Landfall, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

The storm’s impact on land has been less severe than initially thought, but it still knocked down trees, flooded streets, and battered buildings, before rapidly losing power in the mountains that rise up along the Pacific coast.

10.2.15

Government Trying to Discredit Critical Report on Disappeared Students, Lawyer Says

The lawyer who represents parents' of the students says a key detainee never confessed to ordering the murder of the students, as an official claimed.

5.11.14

Thousands of Mothers in Mexico March for Their Missing Loved Ones

About 27,000 people have disappeared throughout Mexico between 2007 and 2013, according to officials.

5.2.14

In Photos: Mexico’s Autodefensas Lay Down Their Arms

In the past few days, the disarmament of autodefensas in Michoacán has become a mass registration of weapons.

4.15.14

Mexico's Self-Defense Militias Are Refusing to Lay Down Arms in Fight Against Cartel

The autodefensas, formed by citizens, claim that the federal government’s plan to restore peace to the region has completely failed.