Archaeologists Discover Aztec Ritual Skulls Under Mexico City's Subway

Archaeologists in Mexico City made a grisly and awesome discovery this week, after a subway extension project uncovered a stretch of pre-Hispanic development—including four skulls that were once displayed on a broad rack of bones from sacrificial offerings. » 1/02/14 10:30am 1/02/14 10:30am

Can Mexico's Drug War Memorial Honor Both Victims and Criminals?

Since 2006, there have been 60,000 people killed in drug-related violence in Mexico. That's actually a conservative estimate. Some think it's closer to 70,000. And that may not include the missing, up to 10,000 more Mexicans who have simply vanished. In fact, if the new Memorial of the Victims of the Violence in Mexico » 9/05/13 3:01pm 9/05/13 3:01pm

Cablevision Offers TiVo To Mexico City, But Not To Me

Fulfilling a promise they made last November, TiVo and Cablevision are rolling out the first-ever Spanish-language TiVo, for cable customers in Mexico City. Mexico city? Who does a news release based on Mexico City? If this doesn't demonstrate the bizarre relationship TiVo has with cable companies, I don't know what… » 9/13/07 4:45pm 9/13/07 4:45pm