The United States and Cuba will be restoring postal services between the two nations after suspending it 52 years ago during the Cold War.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection will start capturing facial and eye scans from foreigners entering the country from Mexico.
Health authorities in Mexico approved the first ever dengue vaccine in order to prevent the spread of the deadliest mosquito-borne disease.
Mexico’s government announced that it will spend $32 billion to modernize its refineries while cutting greenhouse gas emissions produced by gasoline and oil-processing facilities.
There will now be a forever link between California in the U.S. and Mexico, after a sleek terminal was built on the borders of the two countries.
The trip will have immigration as its central theme.
The Latin American Travel Association highlighted several picturesque tourist destinations in the region in a bid to promote its natural wonders this holiday season.
Many feared that they were already dead, as a similar van to that of the Australian surfers' was found.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, who is also one of the world's richest men looks like he is losing some of its fortune. During this past year, Slim's fortune has been shrinking due to the fluctuations of the stock market and the stocks of his various companies losing market value.
Critics have pointed to the weakness of the Mexican government as the primary reason why Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán is successfully evading authorities.
Specialized training becoming apparent in Costa Rican crime groups.
The clip showed ISIS threatening to carry out attacks in 60 countries.
The retail giant is facing suspected misconduct and potential bribery.
Many Mexicans continue to live in fear as the state of Guerrero still has been crippled by violent gang activities.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.