|Femicide Sparks Radical Art Protests in Mexico City|
Six women are killed each day in Mexico but only a quarter of the cases are investigated. And authorities and the media labeling femicide as 'an act of passion' doesn't really help.
|For $25,000, You Can Eat the World's Most Expensive Taco - See What the $150,000 Upcharge Buys|
A resort in Mexico is now offering what it bills as the world’s most expensive taco - and at $25,000, it’s hard to imagine there’s much in the way of stiff competition for the title.
|Bulldog Parade in Mexico City Seeks World Record|
English Bulldogs ruled the day in Mexico City as a gathering of almost 1,000 of the hefty canines had Mexico convinced they had set the record for the largest Bulldog walk.
|US Roll-Back of Transgender Rights Causes Scare Felt Around the World|
As Donald Trump and U.S. courts seek to make transgender use of toilets an American battleground in schools, the more progressive corners of Europe and Latin America are shaking their heads in bewilderment.
|Women in Mexico Brawl in Ritual to the Rain Gods|
Every May, women in the southwestern state of Guerrero gather to begin an annual ritual intended to usher in the rain before dry and humid summers. The ritual is simple; they do this by beating one another to a bloody pulp.
|Mexicans Laugh, But Refuse to Donate to Conan O'Brien's Wall Fund Drive|
Conan O'Brien took to the streets of Mexico City to pass a collection box to help President Donald Trump build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, but nobody was donating.
|KIU Is Making Hidden Talent in Mexico Accessible|
KIU is an online platform and a talent hunt organization that is doing proper justice with the hidden potential of true talent by giving it resources and a platform to share their talent with the world.
|Roger Waters Considers Performing Pink Floyd's The Wall on US-Mexico Border|
Waters said he was prepared to perform the album in concert along the US-Mexico border, where US President Trump has vowed to build a wall in an effort to fight illegal immigration and protect the United States’ sovereignty.
|US Bishops Join Mexico in Denouncing 'Santa Muerte'|
The Associated Press
Bishops in the United States are denouncing La Santa Muerte - the skeleton folk saint in Mexico linked to the illicit drug trade.
|Did the New Season of The Simpsons Just Predict Mexico's Next President?|
The new season of The Simpsons is about to start and an image has been spreading around social media showing Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, President of Mexico’s National Regeneration Movement party, wearing a presidential band.
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