Andés Manuel López Obrador’s announcement signals a new initiative to protect Mexico’s national boundaries.
López Obrador’s conciliatory tone follows more fiery rhetoric on the campaign trail.
Mexico's Veracruz state government said the police had not been properly trained to handle firearms, but a city mayor says the decision is politically-motivated.
The market is expected to grow by 10 percent this year as the annual death toll looks to hit a record high.
Fernando Ángeles Juárez was shot dead by gunmen on Thursday, prompting federal police to detain every officer in the Mexican town of Ocampo.
Mexico's soccer fans' use of a homophobic chant has once again drawn the ire of FIFA.
Can "El Tri" take down the defending champions?
Fernando Puron was killed in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila.
He lost his DACA status over a misdemeanor conviction and was escorted to the border by ICE, who said his departure was "voluntary."
It has been alleged that initial confessions in the case were obtained through torture.
Since September, at least 110 electoral candidates have been killed in the country.
Local rights groups say at least 40 people have gone missing in Nuevo Laredo since February.
Reporter Hector Gonzalez was found dead in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, notorious for drug-related violence and corruption.
In an interview with Newsweek, the former president shares his views on Mexico’s presidential elections, the “f****n wall” and Trump.
"I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here," the border patrol agent said.