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Peña Nieto and Meade knew about the irregularities: Rosario Robles
After the 12-hour-hearing, the judge decided Robles should remain in custody
Is this the end of corruption and impunity?
For the first time in Mexican history, a former cabinet minister was taken into custody
The Mexican who defeated racism in Los Angeles
Víctor Pérez migrated to the U.S. and was a victim of racism; his amazing story gives hope for those looking for justice and the American Dream
Previous administrations signed 45 contracts with companies linked to Juan Collado
At least seven federal agencies signed contracts with companies linked to Juan Collado
Judge suspends Javier Duarte's conviction
Duarte claims he and the Peña Nieto administration staged his arrest
Soccer player who killed newlyweds tries to reach settlement with the victims' families
On June 23, Maleck crashed his car and killed the newlywed couple
Missing persons: The search against the clock
Despite the declarations of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of prioritizing the search of missing and disappeared persons, insufficient economic resources and lack of political determination reduce the effectiveness of local search commissions
'El Chapo' is sentenced to life in prison
Judge Brian Cogan imposed the sentence of life plus 30 years
Families beg for justice
It is unreasonable that the victims are still begging for justice
Workplace harassment prevails in Mexico
From January to March, at least 23,542 people resigned in order to avoid a hostile work environment