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Life in Mexico City will begin to return to normal this week after much of the city was closed due to the deadly H1N1 flu virus, Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said Monday.
By PBS NewsHour
Mexico is preparing for a temporary shut down of all non-essential services from May 1 to May 5, in an attempt to slow the spread of the swine flu that is believed to have killed as many as 176 people…
A new strain of flu has killed at least 20 people in Mexico, prompting officials to close schools in Mexico City and ask people to stay at home if possible.
President Bush visited Mexico on Tuesday, the last stop on his five-country tour of Latin America, and vowed to push Congress to change U.S. immigration policies. Two regional experts discuss the president's visit and the future of Mexican trade and…
Felipe Calderon was sworn in as Mexico's president in a closed-door ceremony Friday, after brawls in the National Congress between his conservative supporters and leftist lawmakers illustrated his narrow win.
Mexico began a partial recount of presidential ballots Wednesday, while protesters blockaded the offices of three major foreign-owned banks, demanding a full recount of the July 2 election.
Mexico's leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took a slight and early lead Wednesday over his conservative opponent Felipe Calderon as Mexican officials began recounting votes from Sunday's contested election. Ray Suarez reports on the ongoing tally.
Mexico's presidential election was too close to call Sunday evening with a conservative party candidate tied in exit polls with a leftist contender running on an anti-poverty message.
As campaigning in Mexico's July 2 presidential elections draws to a close, the battle over who will lead the country at a crucial point in U.S.-Mexico relations remains close.
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