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López Obrador’s cousin is latest relative to die from COVID-19

Úrsula Mojica Obrador, cousin of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, died this Friday morning while being treated...

AMLO’s critics unhappy about planned visit to White House

A storm of criticism followed President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's announcement Wednesday that he plans to travel to Washington to meet with...

AMLO wakes up in Merida, starts early-morning meeting with armed forces,...

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador waves a starting flag Monday during a ceremony in Lazaro Cardenas, Quintana Roo. Lopez Obrador kicked...

Cars cram Paseo to accuse AMLO of ‘Communist’ agenda

An estimated 1,000 cars took part in a caravan demanding Mexico's president resign. Photo: La Jornada Maya An...

AMLO to visit Merida, other cities, despite coronavirus contingencies

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador waves to supporters at an IMSS hospital that will be converted to receive COVID-19 patients in...

Mexico eyes nationwide ‘return to normal’ June 1, or sooner for...

A map projected on a screen at a presidential press conference gave a vague glimpse of which municipalities have the highest...

AMLO to skip Merida on his next trip to Yucatan

The president of Mexico visited a hospital in Izamal, Yucatan, in September 2019. Photo: Courtesy President Andrés Manuel...

Addressing blackouts, AMLO promises new power plant in Yucatan

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador promised a new power plant "so that there will never be any blackouts" in Yucatan.

AMLO holding rallies Merida and Valladolid on Saturday

When Mexico's president returns to Merida on Saturday, the first order of business will be a 12:30...

Investment analyst doubts Mayan Train will ever be finished

The president's Mayan Train project isn't likely ever to be finished, a bank analyst said.

Blackouts in Yucatan are seen as suspicious

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that power outages on the Yucatan Peninsula could be due more than just an accidental fire.

AMLO in Yucatan to meet with U.S. official, business leaders

For the second time since taking office, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will visit Yucatan today. His itinerary is packed.

Blackouts expected to continue in Yucatan and throughout Mexico

The Yucatan Peninsula and other areas of the country will likely continue to suffer "major blackouts" the rest of the year.

Mexico demands apology from Spain, Vatican over injustices to indigenous people

AMLO has demanded Spanish King Felipe VI and Pope Francis apologize for historical abuses of colonialism and the conquest of Mexico.

Lopez Obrador promises to step down after 1 term

President responds to accusations that he's trying to bust term limit.

Can Lopez Obrador save Mexico’s south?

For all the poverty in Yucatan, three states further south have seemingly intractable problems that pose a challenge to a president who calls himself a southerner.

When AMLO flies coach, travel headaches follow

Still a rock star to a hugh swath of the public, AMLO stops for photos with just about everyone at the airport. That makes security officers nervous.

AMLO: Prison island will become tourist paradise

Mexico's version of Alcatraz will become a tourist destination instead

5 threats to Lopez Obrador’s honeymoon

Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador presents the new economic programme for the northern border zone, in Tijuana, Baja California State,...

Lopez Obrador lowers pension barrier for indigenous citizens

Holding true to his campaign promise, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has expanded pensions for older citizens.

Lopez Obrador defends refusal to condemn Venezuela’s Maduro

AMLO says it marked a return to the country's longstanding policy of non-intervention.

AMLO to meet with Homún pig farm foes

After a stop in Quintana Roo on Thursday, President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador will visit Mérida today.

FT: Will AMLO turn out to be a fiscal hawk?

Andrés Manuel López Obrador campaigned on a pledge to root out corruption, boost infrastructure spending and provide greater support to the “poor and forgotten,” but a pragmatic side has also surfaced, says the Financial Times.