Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico's new president, takes power this weekend. He inherits a nation that's suffering from a long-running conflict against drug traffickers and an economy that's improving, but is still struggling.
As we heard, some folks believe Mexico has the potential to become the next China when it comes to trade with the U.S. Recently, China has ceded some of its manufacturing business to Mexico, Latin America's second-largest economy.
James Rainey of the LA Times and Heidi Moore of The Guardian chew on the week's big stories, including developments in fiscal cliff negotiations, events in Syria and Egypt, Susan Rice's chances as a candidate for Sec.
And now some breaking election results! I know, that sounds weird, right? Seeing as it's been 24 days since the election.Later today, the Los Angeles County Registrar will update the vote tally in the race for the 50th Assembly District which includes Marina Del Rey.
"The Office" may be in its final seasons on NBC, but Dunder Mifflin — the paper company that Dwight, Pam et al. work for — will live on. That's because the company has crossed over into the real world.