Record numbers of migrants head to US border, in fresh test for Biden
The dramatic increase along the border marks a turning point after numbers had plummeted in recent months.
Trump says if elected again he will send troops to US-Mexico border
The Biden administration has defended its border policies, saying it is using the tools available, while calling on Congress to pass laws to fix a broken system.
Son of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' pleads not guilty to US trafficking charges
Ovidio Guzman is one of El Chapo's four sons, known as 'Los Chapitos,' who inherited their father's trafficking empire after his conviction on US murder and drug charges in 2019.
'Alien bodies' presented in Mexican Congress panned as 'stunt'
Similar such finds in the past have turned out to be the remains of mummified children.
Hurricane threatens Mexico, California with 'catastrophic floods'
Flood risk warnings are sounded from San Diego to Los Angeles and Las Vegas, with particularly high risks around the Palm Springs area.
Berlin police say autopsy next step in case of Mexican woman found in canal
The body of Maria Fernanda Sanchez, for whom Interpol had issued a search notice, was found floating in a canal by a person walking along a bridge in the Adlershof neighbourhood of the German capital.
Crypto for biometrics? Privacy fears as Worldcoin scans Mexicans
Mexico City is one of 35 cities in 20 countries where Worldcoin is pushing its ambitious project to create a unique 'digital passport' called World ID, which would help distinguish humans from bots online.
US slaps sanctions on Sinaloa Cartel fentanyl network
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has said after the Treasury announcement that the US was acting 'responsibly' in the fight against fentanyl and other drugs but that more needed to be done.
US explores refugee programme for non-Mexican asylum seekers in Mexico
The programme will likely be open to Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan refugees in Mexico, sources say.
Heatwave in Mexico leaves at least 100 dead, authorities say
Nearly all the deaths were attributed to heat stroke, with a handful from dehydration.
Mexico's heatwave strains energy grid with record demand
The heatwave is forecast to continue for several more days.
Mexico highway shootout leaves 10 armed men dead, 4 police injured
The authorities have said they seized 12 large-calibre weapons, grenades, a hundred pieces of ammunition as well as three armoured trucks.