Mountain climbers, we have a phrase: your attitude determines your altitude. You and only you can determine how high you go.”
The outlook for Mexico's economy is improving after stronger factory exports in the first quarter and a more optimistic tone on trade talks with the United States, a top finance ministry official said on Monday.
"We declare the blissful Francisco Marto and Jacinta Marto saints," the pontiff said to loud applause.
Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM) rector Jorge Olvera García made a visit to Texas State University, in order to strengthen academic ties and launch the second Liaison Office in a higher education institution in the United States, the fifth during this administration.
Twelve athletes swam across the border from the United States to Mexico on Friday in a show of solidarity with immigrants amid a charged political climate.
Once unthinkable, tuition-free college has become a reality.
Parents seeking to adopt children in Texas could soon be rejected by state-funded or private agencies with religious objections to them being Jewish, Muslim, gay, single, or interfaith couples, under a proposal in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Thousands of animal rights activists protested Saturday in Madrid to demand an end to Spain's long tradition of bullfighting.
Prince Philip, the consort known for his steadfast support of his wife, Queen Elizabeth II, as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
Florida-based Moon Express is among several private companies gearing up to harvest resources from the moon and asteroids.
Turkey has blocked online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the telecommunications watchdog said on Saturday, citing a law allowing it to ban access to websites deemed obscene or a threat to national security.