ID cards and other possessions from people long disappeared were found at the junk-filled home, suggesting the trail of killings may go back years.
Emma Coronel Aispuro appeared in federal court in Washington and pleaded guilty to three federal offences as part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
- by Michael Balsamo
The campaign for the midterm elections has been one of the bloodiest in recent history: 97 politicians had been killed and 935 attacked.
- by Lizbeth Diaz
At least 23 people were killed and 65 hurt when an overpass carrying Mexico City metro train cars partially collapsed on to a road on Monday night, authorities said.
- by Anthony Esposito and Noe Torres
The action comes two weeks after Biden announced he was leaving Trump’s limit of 15,000 refugees in place contrary to his campaign promise.
- by Michael D. Shear and Zolan Kanno-Youngs
Mexico is beginning to earn a reputation as a government that has released more drug lords than it has captured.
At one point, Pope Francis prayed that God would give people his hope so that “we will be able to recognise you even in the darkest moments of our life.”
- by Joseph Krauss and Frances D'Emilio
The state prosecutor is preparing femicide charges for four Tulum police officers after an autopsy concluded they broke her neck when kneeling on her back.
- by Maria Verza and Marcos Aleman
Video from Tulum shows a police officer kneeling on a woman’s back as she cries out, before four of them stand around her body, then load it onto a truck.
- by Dave Graham and Ana Isabel Martinez
Biden’s decision gives a high-profile assignment to his Vice-President, a daughter of immigrants who has forged a reputation as an ally of immigration advocates.
- by Andrea Shalal, Steve Holland and Nandita Bose
Mexican customs officials, meanwhile, have seized purported vials of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine en route to Honduras.
- by Zeke Miller, Chris Sherman and Rob Gillies