A handwritten document proclaiming Texas was freeing itself from rule by Mexico is 179 years old Monday.
One of the most wanted drug lords in Mexico has been captured, authorities said Friday.
House Speaker Joe Straus became the legislative Border Patrol last week, tapping the brake when Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick proposed booking the National Guard for an extended stay on the Texas-Mexico line.
Restaurants feel the pinch after severe rains wipe out Mexico's lime crop.
The castaway who claims he spent more than a year lost at sea, drifting some 6,000 miles from Mexico to a remote Pacific atoll, said Monday that he contemplated suicide after his traveling companion starved to death before his eyes.
From the Mexican jail where she is being held on suspicion of drug smuggling, an Arizona mother of seven pleaded her innocence.
An American woman who went to Mexico for a family funeral has been stuck there for nearly a week, accused of smuggling drugs and facing a potential 10-year prison sentence.
A gas tanker truck exploded on a highway north of Mexico City early on Tuesday, killing at least 19 people and injuring 36 others as a fireball tore through cars and homes.
As the gun control debate swirls around issues like background checks and mental health, a new study reveals that gun running into Mexico remains a large-scale problem.
Agents discover tunnel and 1,200 pounds of marijuana under Mexico-Arizona border.
The Coast Guard says it is maintaining communication with a Carnival cruise ship that is adrift off of Mexico after a fire in an engine room.
In Mexico, the search is on for a 17-year-old boy accused of getting a 9-year-old pregnant.
At least eight people were killed and 38 injured Sunday when a tour bus careened out of control while traveling down a Southern California mountain road.
The death toll from a powerful explosion in the Mexico City skyscraper complex housing the offices of state oil monopoly Pemex rose to at least 32.
Three members of a Southern California family have been missing for nearly a month after taking a trip to Mexico, loved ones say.
Border patrol agents intercept 14,000 pound shipment of marijuana.
In the recent debate about stricter gun control, some officials on both sides of the Rio Grande saw a sliver of hope -- that such laws might curb the flow of illegal weapons over the United States' southern border.
Enrique Pea Nieto, Mexico's newly inaugurated president has announced a six-point plan to end drug violence.
Customs agents stopped a load of nearly two tons of marijuana from slipping into the US at the port of El Paso.