Mexico Travel News
Busy US-Mexico border crossing reopens ahead of schedule
U.S. officials reopened freeways to Tijuana, Mexico at the busiest U.S. border crossing ahead of schedule after a weekend shutdown for work on a $741 million expansion project
Heading to Mexico? Busiest US crossing closing this weekend
The busiest border crossing in the United States will close this weekend to the more than 40,000 cars that pass through it daily to Mexico
Authorities raid dozens of Mexican hotels and tourist spots for illegal alcohol
The government is responding to the death of a young woman from Wisconsin, and so far, 10 thousand gallons have been seized.
Family searching for answers after daughter dies at Mexico resort
Siblings Abbey and Austin Conner were found unconscious in the resort's pool after drinking and the resort denies all wrongdoing.
Families speak out about alleged dangers at Mexico resorts
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.
Indiana preemie back home after family says Cancun hospital allegedly extorted over $30K from them
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
Where to stay in Mexico's most popular destinations for every budget
Whether you're a honeymooning couple, family taking a winter vacation, or college student on spring break, Mexico has likely made your where-to-travel list. Not only does the country offer all-inclusive packages along some of the world's most pristine beaches, but there are bustling metropolises
6 best all-inclusive resorts in Cabo San Lucas
At the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has long been a popular vacation spot for sun-worshipping party seekers. For those travelers heading to Cabo San Lucas who want to simplify their vacation by staying at the property most (or all) of the time and eating at the on-site
The Note: The Trump Administration's New Immigration Rules
Trump’s First 100 Days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 34 THE BIG STORY: “We’re going to bring this country together,” President Trump declared Tuesday, just hours before fresh immigration guidance was issued that stokes fears of tearing families apart. “We have to fight
Rubio Calls For Suspension of Cuba Flights After TSA Admits No Agreement on Air Marshals
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida excoriated the TSA and the Obama administration on the Senate floor Wednesday, just hours after a government official admitted that there are no air marshals on non-charter flights between the U.S. and Cuba. The revelation came about earlier in the day during a House