AP — A 37-foot racing yacht was reduced to debris that looked "like it had gone through a blender," a searcher said Sunday after the boat apparently collided with a larger vessel off Baja California, killing three sailors and leaving a fourth missing.
Fox News Latino - Regina Martínez, a correspondent known for covering drug trafficking for Mexican news magazine Proceso, was found dead inside her home in Xalapa in Veracruz state on Saturday. Authorities believe she was murdered.
New York Times - Walmart has worked to polish its reputation and give elected officials, community groups, and shoppers a reason to say yes to their stores. Now, the revelation of a bribery scandal in Mexico is giving critics a new reason to say no.
Houston Chronicle - Last year, a record 120 Americans were killed in Mexico, compared with just 35 in 2007. Most happened in areas bordering the U.S. But for the first time, a significant number of murders occurred in previously peaceful areas.
AP — Four children who vanished on their way to primary school in southern Mexico have been discovered suffocated and buried on a ranch not far from their homes, according to Tabasco state authorities.
AP ? Mexico’s Senate has approved a measure meant to help win the temporary return from Austria of a headdress that was reputedly once owned by the last Aztec emperor. The Senate's vote still recognized the lender's ownership rights.
Reuters - Students demanding access to university hostels set fire to two police cars in street protests in the Mexican city of Morelia on Saturday that led to 200 arrests, local media reported on Sunday.
LAT - Videos for front-runner Enrique Peña Nieto in the presidential election that show him kissing his wife and eating ice cream constitute a new level in the blurring of lines between politics and pop media in Mexico.
Associated Press — Mexican authorities say a festival celebrating Children’s Day went badly wrong and more than 200 youngsters were sickened after eating apparently rotten food in a village near the Pacific resort of Acapulco.
Christian Post - The story of a woman in Mexico who claimed she was pregnant with nine babies has been proven false. Karla Vanessa Perez was reportedly expecting the world's first set of nonuplets, but a newspaper investigation says Perez' story is a hoax.