US closes consular agency in Mexico, bars employee travel over 'security threat'
The U.S. has closed its consular agency in a popular Mexican tourist spot and is barring its employees from traveling there over a "security threat."
Police are looking for a 16-year-old they say was lured from school by a 45-year-old man.
Mexico has been a bargain destination for Americans for many years, thanks in large part to the strong dollar. But this year, Cabo San Lucas gains extra-value appeal because new flights are coming online, especially out of California, and no less than 15 new resorts are opening their doors. Cabo
Citing concerns of tainted alcohol being served in Mexico, Sen. Tammy Baldwin is calling on the State Department to reform the way it handles deaths and injuries to Americans vacationing in the country. Baldwin's letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson -- obtained by ABC News -- points to
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump had had a signature a list of promises that's proved to be a guide for what he's prioritized as president. Now, one year into his administration, some promises have been kept-- while others haven't-- and the results are mixed. Here is where things stand on 13 of
The government is responding to the death of a young woman from Wisconsin, and so far, 10 thousand gallons have been seized.
Siblings Abbey and Austin Conner were found unconscious in the resort's pool after drinking and the resort denies all wrongdoing.
Jamie and Rick Valeri allege they blacked out after being served drinks at the bar of a Mexico resort, while another woman, Maureen Webster, claims her 22-year-old son died after also staying at a resort in the country.
A newborn baby is home in Indiana after being born prematurely in a Mexican hospital where his relatives said his parents were being extorted for thousands of dollars. While vacationing in Cancun, Mexico, expectant parents Michaela Smith and Larry Ralph Jr. of Martinsville, Indiana, rushed to