Obliteration of trusts from the Judicial Branch will affect the Supreme Court workers significantly

The extinction of 13 out of the 14 trusts held by the Federal Judiciary (SCJN).

Mexico’s Heroic Military College celebrates 200 years of Honor and Loyalty

Mexico City and the port of Veracruz Celebrate 200 Years of Honor and Loyalty of.

Christopher Columbus statue still nowhere to be found in Mexico City

Three years after the statue of the Italian navigator was removed from the main avenue.

60 Ejido members were kidnapped in Chiapas, 15 were released and 45 remain captive

Around 63 people who are part of the ejidal delegation from Altamirano, Chiapas, and who.

The International Monetary Fund says Mexico is one of the leading economies on the global scene

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised its growth forecast for the Mexican economy to 3.2%.

Why are Motorola and Samsung blocking certain types of cell phones in Mexico?

In Europe, we are not familiar with a term that in Mexico seems to be.

International Tourism in Mexico increased by 5.3% in August

In August 2023, international tourism to Mexico increased by 5.3%, according to the International Traveler.

Manufacturing sector in Mexico can grow 5% per year thanks to Nearshoring

Mexico’s manufacturing production could grow 5% per year thanks to the boost that nearshoring will.

A total of 5,698 clandestine graves have been detected in Mexico during the last 15 years

From January 2007 to April of this year, Mexican authorities have recorded the discovery of.

Lidia makes landfall in Jalisco, Mexico, as an “extremely dangerous” category 4 hurricane

Lidia made landfall Tuesday in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, as an “extremely dangerous” category.


Mauricio Vila continues in the quest for new projects and investments that could bring more business to the Yucatan

To continue the search for new projects and investments that bring more and better jobs to Yucatán for Yucatecans, as…

Samuel García officially abandons the presidential race

Samuel Alejandro García Sepúlveda is a Mexican politician affiliated with the Movimiento Ciudadano (Citizens' Movement) political party. He served as…

Christmas Tree enlightens Paseo de Montejo Remate

With the participation of children, families, and visitors, Mayor Alejandro Ruz Castro officially inaugurated the “Magical Holidays” December festivities in Mérida. The lighting…

The National Women’s American Football Championship is disputed in Mérida

With the participation of the teams from Yucatán, Nuevo León, Baja California, and Mexico City, the National Women's American Soccer…

AMLO says that Mexico’s minimum wage to rise by 20% in 2024

Mexico's minimum wage will rise 20% starting from Jan. 1 next year, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday,…