Mexican journalist Anabel Hernandez has spent years investigating the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. Hernandez believes the Army — who was helping the local drug lord — thought the students had seen too much.
After speaking on the phone with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts, now Trump says the North American Free Trade Agreement will instead be renegotiated.
Mexico vowed not to let the United States impose migration reforms on it Thursday as US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security chief John Kelly visited the country.
Demonstrators across Mexico demanded on Thursday that President Enrique Pena Nieto resign over his handling of drug violence, corruption and his meeting with Donald Trump.
Many Mexicans have already made their minds up about Donald Trump. But, they're also now angry to see their president treat the US candidate like an actual statesman, given Trump's words about Mexicans.
His proposed law would allow pharmacies to sell prescription-only drugs made from cannabis.
Donald Trump has a new way to pay for a border wall: seize remittances destined for Mexico. President Barack Obama's calling the idea 'half-baked' and some Mexicans are alarmed.
An independent group of human rights experts say it has found no evidence to support the story by Mexican officials that 43 students were burned to death and discarded. The students went missing nearly a year ago and the remains of only one student has been identified. An embarrassed President Enrique Pena Nieto will have to reopen its investigation.
Mexico's popular radio host, Carmen Aristegui, was fired by MVS Radio in Mexico City. The station says the popular journalist was using their brand without permission, but many Mexicans suspect she was pushed out by a government embarrassed by her reporting.
It's been two months since 43 students went missing in Mexico, and demonstrators are still in the streets demanding accountability. But the protesters are also angry over Mexico's "national chaos," and are demonstrating for both answers and change.
Mexican police have captured and arrested a former mayor and his wife for their alleged role in the disappearance of 43 students. Jose Luís Abarca and his wife are accused of ordering police to abduct the students after they had participated in anti-government protests in late September.