The police and city officials have turned a blind eye to misconduct, current and former police officials say — leaving victims of abuse, many of them poor, with little recourse.
How the pandemic reshaped the careers of design professionals in three different countries.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador drew overwhelming support among those who cast ballots, but the recall referendum failed to achieve the required 40 percent threshold to be binding.
La votación tiene el potencial de cambiar el sistema político del país. Pero hay quienes temen que no sea más que un instrumento de propaganda.
The vote has the potential to upend the country’s political system. But many fear it will amount to nothing more than a tool for propaganda.
Mexico’s president inaugurated the first of a series of long-promised infrastructure projects — possibly a little too soon.
Frida Escobedo, and not David Chipperfield, will design the Modern and contemporary wing.
Cristina Rivera Garza wanted to shed light on the life of her sister, killed 30 years ago. Her book, part of a larger call for justice by women in Mexico, helped locate the suspect.
With improved accessibility and support from the government, skateboarding schools, stores and a diverse social scene have taken flight.
Durante 50 años, Francisco Luis Ramírez se ha encargado de reparar acordeones en un país que venera ese instrumento. Ahora es un negocio familiar.
For 50 years, Francisco Luis Ramírez has been the go-to guy for instrument repairs in a nation that reveres the accordion. Now it’s a family business.
The Mexico City Capitanes, playing away from home because of the pandemic, are the first G League team in Mexico and an important part of the N.B.A.’s international expansion.
A monthslong investigation by city authorities supports the central findings of a New York Times investigation, which had uncovered a series of fatal construction flaws.
The replacement of a figure seen as a monument to colonialism touched a nerve as the country debates how it is shaped by race and sex.
A new cableway and hundreds of giant murals have brightened lives in Iztapalapa, Mexico City’s most populous neighborhood, but poverty and attacks against women are still pervasive.
The outage disrupted the digital lives of small-business owners, politicians, aid workers and others. But for some, it was a welcome reprieve.
Another battle looms over whether public hospitals will be required to offer the procedure.
“We owe it to them. We exist because of them,” the mayor of Mexico City said in a news conference.
The group, 124 people including families, flew to Houston from Mexico City after their escape from Kabul. One Afghan journalist in the group has not been cleared by U.S. border officials.
“Everything Will Be Fine,” on Netflix, follows the dissolution — and the new beginnings — of a modern family. For Luna, it was about “making sure we are in charge of deciding what family should be for us.”
The conclusion, in a preliminary report released by Mexico City’s government, supports the findings of an investigation by The New York Times.
Early results of midterm elections suggested that Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s coalition would not keep the supermajority needed to push through his ambitious agenda.
One of several Black athletes who had threatened to boycott the 1968 Summer Games, he won two gold medals, then raised his fist at the presentation ceremony.
Mexico City’s subway system has been plagued with problems for years. On Monday, an overpass collapsed, and the newest subway line plunged some 50 feet, killing at least 24 people and setting off a political firestorm.
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The derailment occurred at a station in the city’s southeast, injuring at least 70 others, the authorities said.
To calm Mexico City’s elderly, who were arriving “really scared” at vaccination sites, officials cued up the bands and masked wrestlers.
The piñata industry, dependent on social gatherings, has seen sales plummet. Some artisans, in a creative bid to survive, have added coronavirus figures to their lineups of superheros and princesses.
Samantha Flores, who created a community center in Mexico City for older L.G.B.T.Q. people that closed during the pandemic, is hoping to reopen it.
Armed with blowtorches and hammers, women demonstrated at the president’s residence, demanding that Mexico’s government take action to address one of the world’s worst rates of gender violence.
Through thoughtful collaborations with Mexican artisans in Oaxaca and elsewhere, contemporary designers are helping to evolve — and protect — one of the world’s most enduring handicrafts.
Around the globe, people who held on in hopes that 2021 would banish a year of horror are struggling with the reality that the hardest challenges may lie ahead.
When dining is your community, losing restaurants is about more than food.
The virus has been crushing spirits around the world, but some people refuse to be bowed. Here are their stories.
Midwives and doctors struggle to help women give birth safely during the grim days of the pandemic.
The federal government had data that should have prompted an immediate lockdown in early December. Instead, it kept the city open for another two weeks.
Two doors down from the architect’s home in Mexico City, a fashion designer pays tribute to the country’s hand-hewn legacy.
Brian Jeffrey Raymond, who worked at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico, was charged with videotaping a woman who was partially naked and unconscious. Prosecutors said there are at least 21 other victims.
They didn’t have an oven. Their apartment resembled Santa’s workshop set up in a dorm room. But two rookie bakers are thriving in Mexico City, where food and entrepreneurism go hand-in-hand.
By continuously buying and selling the antique furniture, art and kitschy objects that fill its rooms, Dirk-Jan Kinet keeps his home dynamic and grand.
For the vast majority of people in one teeming neighborhood of Mexico City, risking illness or death has simply become the price of survival.
As the first woman and Jewish person elected to lead the capital, Claudia Sheinbaum needs the president’s support. But how close can she remain to a man who has downplayed the pandemic?
A fear of hospitals is leading many Mexicans to delay treatment for coronavirus until it is too late for doctors to help them.
After moving to Mexico City in 1935, the architect set about designing a series of obscure functionalist residences that he would later disown.
With new bike routes and the pandemic pushing more people to cycle, the mountains outside one of the world’s megacities are drawing new and veteran enthusiasts.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will meet in the White House this week with President Trump, and said he plans to praise the administration for its “respectful treatment” of Mexicans.
The attackers shot the head of police three times, and killed three people, in an attack that may signal a new front in the battle between security forces and organized crime in the capital.
The leader compared the requests for help to prank calls, the latest controversy over his government’s response to record levels of violence against women.
The men might have been among the earliest to be stolen from their homeland and brought to the Americas.