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.
President Bush began the deployment of up to 6,000 National Guard members to the four states on the U.S.-Mexico border to perform support duties for border patrols. The NewsHour provides a report.
A top Mexican court certified Felipe Calderon as the new president of Mexico Tuesday, two months after the election, rejecting allegations of fraud. His challenger Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has vowed to ignore the court's decision. Analysts discuss the disputed…
The fourth conversation in a series on immigration in the United States highlights the perspective of Jesus Garcia, a community activist in Chicago.
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.
Ray Suarez reports on the Mexican perspective on the border crisis with the United States.
Electoral officials in Mexico said a preliminary vote count gave the conservative Felipe Calderon a 1 percentage point lead over Mexico City's leftist former mayor, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. However, the official tally will not be known for days. Ray…
By PBS NewsHour
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.
By PBS NewsHour
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.
President Vicente Fox traveled to the Pacific Northwest to visit migrant workers and meet with business leaders as the Mexican leader continues to call for humane and border-friendly reform to the American immigration laws.
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