The four members of Spanish band Delorean were the victims of a kidnapping in Mexico by people who pretended to be police officers, according to news website Yucatán.
Mexico is lucky to be a part of the 2014 World Cup. However, all you need is a ticket to the dance and then anything can happen.
After Forbes said that the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, had replaced businessman Carlos Slim Helú as the richest man in the world, a group of Mexican celebrities have started the satirical campaign "Todos con Carlos Slim", with a video in which they mock the Mexican billionaire.
The protests in Distrito Federal, Mexico, will continue indefinitely, after a meeting between legislators and teachers of the National Coordination of Education Workers (CNTE) on August 27 in Mexico City ended without an agreement. It was the first attempt at a dialogue regarding the reforms to education laws being discussed in Mexico's Congress.
After in early Jan. Mexican singer Lucero, known for being one of the habitual hosts during the philanthropic annual event of Telethon in Mexico, was harshly criticized for a series of photographs in which she posed while hunting animals, the people of Mazatlán have announced that they would symbolically "burn" the singer for her "bad actions".
The streets of the capital of the state of Sinaloa, in northern Mexico, were invaded on Wednesday by more than a thousand people who demanded the liberation of the drug trafficking leader, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, arrest last week in Mazatlán.
A team of 25 children from the Triqui indigenous community of Oaxaca, one of the poorest communities in Mexico, taught everyone a lesson in effort and passion this weekend when they became the indisputable champions of the fourth International Minibasketball Festival in Argentina.
Mexican actress and singer Lucía Méndez revealed during an interview with Mexican radio station Radio Formula that she had plans to film a movie alongside with the late Jenni Rivera.
37-year-old David Amaya Barrick returned to the United States after being kidnapped by his father and taken to Mexico when he was little.
Despite the fact that many people continue to believe in the stereotype of the lazy Mexican, in recent years, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) placed Mexico in the list of hardest working countries.
Paloma Noyola, the 12-year-old Mexican student that achieved the highest score in math in the Enlace 2012 test and who is considered by Wired to be "the next Steve Jobs", participated in the Fifth Alberto Coto National Mental Calculus Championship in Mexico City, besieged by the media.
Mexico set two new world records, first in the capital with the largest urban fashion runway in the world and then in Jalisco by gathering the largest amount of stylists to cut hair at the same time.
Mexican singer Espinoza Paz was heavily criticized by his fans on social networks after they found a picture of him wearing an outfit with pattern similar to one worn by American singer Katy Perry.
President Enrique Peña Nieto and his team of close collaborators are "saving Mexico", according to Time Magazine, who dedicated their Feb. edition cover to the Mexican President, which includes a report on the policies his administration has made since Dec. 2012.
His affiliation to "inconvenient" organizations for the United States prompted the late Carlos Monsiváis, one of the most renowned Mexican intellectuals worldwide, to be under investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.