Mexico's Constitution was legalized on February 5th 1917, and its enactment is marked with a long-weekend national holiday
An indigenous orphan from Oaxaca rose to inspire a nation, provide a benchmark of political life, and become the most revered of all Mexican presidents
Among Mexico's many sayings, "lo que el viento a Juárez" —what the wind did to Juárez— is popular, especially around election time
The administration of Mexico's president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador took power on December 1, 2018
Andrés Manuel López Obrador won Mexico's presidential election by a landslide and will be sworn-in to office on Dec 1, 2018
A word that crops up quite frequently in Mexico during election seasons is "palero"
2017 is the 100th anniversary of Mexico's 1917 Constitution, drawn up toward the end of the revolution
The iconic term "DF" is being replaced. The country now has "31 states and Mexico City"
This guide gives and overview and introduction to Mexico's modern-day society and cultural norms
Demonstrations on the streets of downtown Mexico City provide novelty viewing for visitors and a source of frustration for local residents
One of the things that went out the window as Mexico modernized was stifling censorship of the airwaves, particularly television.