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Mexico's former first lady announces divorce from Enrique Pena Nieto
Just two months after Enrique Pena Nieto’s tenure as Mexico's president came to an end, his wife has announced that she's divorcing him. Angelica Rivera, the former first lady, took to Instagram on Friday to announce that after nearly nine years of marriage she would be divorcing Nieto.
'El Chapo' trial witness tells of alleged $100 mln bribe to Pena Nieto
(Reuters) - A witness at the U.S. trial of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman testified on Tuesday that he previously told U.S. authorities the accused Mexican drug lord once paid a $100 million bribe to former Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Pompeo says meeting with Pena focused on migrants
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City Friday, where he said their conversation was focused on the mass caravan of Central American migrants hoping to reach the United States. (Oct. 19)Subscribe for more Breaking News:Website:Twitter:Facebook:Google+:Inst
Mexico’s AMLO plans border city redevelopment
SAN LUIS RIO COLORADO, Son. — Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, in a visit here Tuesday, announced that more than 500 million pesos will be allocated to this and other border cities in the first phase of new federal community development programs.
Mexican president to freeze education reform, seek new consensus
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Tuesday he will freeze an education overhaul enacted under his predecessor so that consensus can be sought for a new law, delivering a boost to a teachers’ union faction that has spent months demanding its repeal.
Slain Mexican journalist's widow says government spied on her
Slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez's widow said Wednesday the government tried to spy on her after her husband's murder using Israeli-made spyware, the latest in a string of accusations of abusive espionage.
Auditors: $167 Million Misspent in Mexico Airport Project
MEXICO CITY — Mexican federal auditors say they have found $167 million in mismanagement and questionable expenses at a now-cancelled project to build a new Mexico City airport.
Mexico to investigate 'dirty campaign' critical of president
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s government said on Thursday it would investigate funding of critical coverage of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador during his 2018 election bid on suspicion it received illicit support from his adversaries.
AMLO freezes new joint-venture contracts for Pemex
Last Friday, the Mexican government said it would bail out the floundering state oil company Pemex with $5.5 billion in additional funds this year, but that won't begin to pull the failing company out of debt.
The 8 Most Shocking/Amazing Financial Revelations From El Chapo's Drug Trial (So Far)
Infamous drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo, is currently on trial in Brooklyn facing a multitude of narcotics-trafficking and money-laundering charges. American prosecutors are pulling out all the stops to ensure that Chapo will remain behind bars in the US for the rest of his li
How Pemex 'destroyed' $1 billion with erratic business choices
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s state-oil company Pemex burned through $665 million at its fertilizer unit, ignored consultants and made high-risk investments with no discernible business strategy, according to a devastating government audit of its 2017 operations.
Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman found guilty of drug trafficking by New York court
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the world's most notorious drug kingpin, is expected to spend the rest of his life in a US jail after being convicted of running a criminal enterprise that amassed him a $14 billion (£11 billion) fortune.
Mexico's new administration initiates investigations into Pemex's hydrogen supply contracts
Hydrogen supply problems have been the main source of unscheduled stoppages at Mexican refineries. Pemex needs a reliable supply of hydrogen to produce ultra-low sulfur gasoline and diesel.
Fake News: NOT A Picture of Nancy Pelosi, Steve Beto and El Chapo
Is this a picture of Nancy Pelosi, Steve Beto and drug kingpin El Chapo? No, that's not true. A miscaptioned picture of a 2016 meeting of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto with U.S House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Henry Cuellar is being circulated online as proof Beto and Pelosi met th
How High Do the Cartels and the Terrorists Reach?
The answer to the question has already been asked and answered. In an often cited work titled, The Enemies Within, developed and produced by Trevor Louden, irrefutable evidence was presented that 80 Democrats are affiliated with front groups for either the Muslim Brotherhood or the American Communis
Mexican president to ask Pemex unit chief to resign pending graft probe
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday he will ask a senior executive with national oil company Pemex to leave his position as an investigation into corruption allegations facing him and two other officials proceeds.
Kate Del Castillo Opens Up About El Chapo Saga & Return Of Telemundo’s ‘La Reina Del Sur’
Kate del Castillo, the star of La Reina del Sur, does not regret becoming a major player in the El Chapo saga but admitted that she “hated” the fact that she had to have a double for Mexico-set scenes of the Telemundo narco drama.
New Phone Transcripts Reveal Trump’s Odd Discussions With Foreign Leaders
Coming into the job of president with no other political experience, Donald Trump tends to speak with American allies in a different manner than his predecessors. Mexico and Australia have long stood as two of the United States’ staunchest allies. Recent transcripts acquired by the Washington Post h
Pope in Panama blasts corruption, avoids Venezuela crisis
PANAMA CITY (AP) — Pope Francis insisted Thursday that public officials live simply, honestly and transparently as he opened a visit to Panama and a region that has been rife with corruption scandals and is now coping with political upheaval in nearby Venezuela.
Cuts hurt Mexico quake response, outlook ahead of 2018 vote
Pena Nieto, an unpopular centrist struggling to get a successor from his party or an ally elected president next July, on Wednesday acknowledged the problem, urging lawmakers to boost funding in the 2018 budget. (Reuters/File) Top News.