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The U.S. Department of State on Tuesday said U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Carlos Pascual Pascual has agreed to stay in Mexico City to help the two governments organize a transition. Officials said they could not speculate about when President Obama plans to name a replacement for Pascual, who resigned Saturday. Read more»

The former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, South Texas native Antonio Garza, said he thinks his successor’s resignation this weekend was the right move if he felt he was no longer up to the task. Read more»

Despite their best efforts, the U.S. and Mexican governments are successful in seizing only 3 to 5 percent of the billions made annually by drug cartel operations that do business in both countries, said the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. Read more»