Two humungous glaciers are breaking free from their restraints in Antarctica

Two of Antarctica’s most important glaciers are breaking free from their restraints, a new study reports.  This.

Why California Will Continue to Burn Well Beyond This Fire Season

A thunderstorm 1,100 miles south of the Bay Area in Sonoma, Mexico, was the last.

INAH identifies the first Maya slave shipwreck in Mexico

Sisal, Yucatan (September 15, 2020).- Two nautical miles (3.7 km) from this Yucatecan port, a.

Birds dying by the thousands in New Mexico

Wildlife experts in New Mexico say birds in the region are dropping dead in alarming numbers,.

A group of killer whales is launching coordinated attacks on boats off the coast of Spain

Killer whales are ramming and harassing sailboats traveling along the Spanish and Portuguese coasts in.

Is there life on Venus?

Scientists Find a Possible Sign of Life on Venus. The discovery of a strange gas.

Huge swarms of mosquitoes kill hundreds of horses and cows

(AP).- Parts of Louisiana hit hard by Hurricane Laura have been left fighting off hordes.

Chichen Itza reopens Sept. 22

The Ministry of Culture of the Federal Government, through the National Institute of Anthropology and.

Teotihuacán finally reopens! It will work at 30% of its capacity

After months in hibernation because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico’s ancient “City of Gods” is.

Injured loggerhead turtle is rescued in Chelem, Yucatán

PROGRESO, YUCATÁN (September 8, 2020).- Residents of the port of Chelem rescued a loggerhead turtle.

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Low expectations in Mexico as US election approaches

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A week before U.S. elections, expectations and attention are unusually low in a foreign country that…

Mexico seizes industrial-scale meth, fentanyl lab in CDMX

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Soldiers and police in Mexico seized an industrial-scale meth and fentanyl lab that was so big…

“Zeta” will bring a lot of rain to Yucatán; recently flooded areas on alert

MÉRIDA, Yucatán.- Given the proximity of the tropical storm “Zeta”, which is expected to enter the Yucatán Peninsula as a…

Archaeological zones of Quintana Roo register more than 28,000 visits

The four archaeological zones opened in mid-September, registered a capacity of 28,594 people, which represented 89.3% of the planned capacity…

Felipe Arizmendi, bishop emeritus of Chiapas, named cardinal by Pope Francis

He will not be able to participate in a conclave to elect or be voted as pope though. Pope Francis…