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Arrest of Former Oil Chief Is a Win for Mexico’s Anti-Corruption Drive

By Kirk Semple and Raphael Minder

Emilio Lozoya, accused of corruption while leading the state-run oil company Pemex, had been on the run from the law in Mexico since May.

U.S. Women’s Team Qualifies for Olympic Soccer Tournament

By Andrew Das

The Americans, the reigning World Cup champions, will look to claim their fifth Olympic crown at the Tokyo Games this summer.

Canada Beats Costa Rica to Claim Olympic Soccer Berth

By Andrew Das

The United States is set to face Mexico later Friday night for the region’s second spot in the Tokyo Games this summer.

Trump Got His Wish. Mexico Is Now the Wall.

By Jorge Ramos

The American immigration system needs a complete makeover, but López Obrador’s government shouldn’t act as an extension of the Border Patrol.

Truck carrying migrants in Mexico overturns; 1 reported dead, 81 hurt

By Louis Casiano

A truck filled with Central American migrants flipped over while traveling on a Mexican highway Tuesday, killing one and injuring 81 others. 

Armed men storm Mexican police station, tie up officer and steal guns

By Bradford Betz

An officer in a suburb of Mexico City was tied up early Wednesday by two armed men who stole 10 guns from the police station, according to local media.

Mexico’s Last Countercultural Coast

By Freda Moon

On a wild stretch of Pacific shoreline, Costa Chica draws artists, architects, surfers, yogis and “naughty friends.”

Ancient skulls unearthed in Mexico reveal surprising diversity of early humans

By Christopher Carbone

Four ancient skulls unearthed from submerged caves in Mexico suggest that early humans in North America were much more diverse than previously believed, according to a new study.

Mexican Butterfly Conservationist Is Found Dead, Two Weeks After Vanishing

By Kirk Semple and Paulina Villegas

The cause of death has not been determined, but criminal groups have often attacked environmentalists whose work impedes their interests.

Trump Signs Trade Deal With Canada and Mexico

By Ana Swanson and Emily Cochrane

President Trump signed the trade deal at the White House, fulfilling a campaign promise to rewrite the North American trade rules.

What is the USMCA? Here's What's in the New NAFTA

By Ana Swanson and Jim Tankersley

A trade agreement with Mexico and Canada revises Mexico’s labor laws and encourages more auto production in North America.

A New Trade Pact Offers Mexico an Opportunity β€” at a Cost

By Jorge G. CastaΓ±eda

The new treaty could be an important lever for long- awaited modernization.

Ousted From Washington, Ex-Spy Valerie Plame Asks Voters to Send Her Back

By Simon Romero

Ms. Plame is celebrating her C.I.A. past in a race for a congressional seat. But as she finds herself cast as an outsider, she’s running into trouble.

Mexico Breaks Up a Migrant Caravan, Pleasing White House

By Kirk Semple and Brent McDonald

The Mexican authorities used pepper spray on a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants who tried to enter the country illegally, and dangled the possibility of jobs for those who registered.

With Mezcal, Smoke Is Only Part of the Story

By Eric Asimov

The choices now abound, but the best bottles are rare and often expensive. What’s inside is sometimes quirky and almost always joyous.

Caravan in Mexico broken up by national guardsmen, immigration agents

By Louis Casiano

Mexican security forces and immigration agents put hundreds of Central Americans who crossed into the country early Thursday on buses to be processed and possibly sent back to their home country amid a wave of migrants passing through in an effort to reach the United States.