Record droughts have been draining Mexico City's aquifers faster than they can be replenished, placing the city at risk of severe water shortages.
A new analysis of a skeleton buried under Hernán Cortés' palace in Mexico reveals that it doesn't belong to a monk, as was long thought.
Archaeologists found the remains of two adolescents and one baby in the chamber of a cave, but it's not yet clear how they died.
On April 8, 2024, more than 31 million people in North America will witness a total solar eclipse, around a third of them in just 10 cities.
The CDC issued a health alert about cases of the tick-spread disease Rocky Mountain spotted fever seen among people who recently traveled to or lived in Tecate, Baja California.
Scalloped hammerhead sharks used to seek refuge at two Mexican seamounts, but it appears fishing has killed them off.
The research challenges the idea that languages from prehistoric Mexico spread along with maize farming in California.
During survey work ahead of a new railway, archaeologists found the statue of a Maya warrior wearing a serpent on his head.
The recently discovered temple in Mexico's Yucatán peninsula dates between A.D. 1000 and 1200.
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