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Ex-'Survivor' producer extradited to Mexico on murder chargeupdated: Wed Feb 08 2012 18:30:00

One-time reality television producer Bruce Beresford-Redman has been extradited to Mexico to stand trial on murder charges in the 2010 death of his wife, a family spokesman said Wednesday.

U.N. chief urges global leaders to launch Green Climate Fundupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 11:29:00

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged global leaders Monday to launch a multibillion-dollar climate fund agreed to last year in Cancun, Mexico.

'Queen of cocaine' expresses regretupdated: Tue Nov 22 2011 14:20:00

From her very humble beginnings in Barranquilla, Colombia, she rose to be one of her country's most coveted beauty queens. At 21, Angie Sanclemente Valencia was crowned as Colombia's "Queen of Coffee."

Colombian model speaks from prisonupdated: Tue Nov 22 2011 14:20:00

A former Colombian beauty queen, sentenced in Argentina for drug trafficking, speaks out. Rafael Romo reports.

Cancun prepares for Rinaupdated: Fri Oct 28 2011 17:55:00

CNN's Rafael Romo talks to residents and tourists in Cancun, Mexico, as Tropical Storm Rina heads toward shore.

Rina fizzles out over the Yucatan Channel updated: Fri Oct 28 2011 17:55:00

The storm known as Rina fizzled Friday as it moved over the Yucatan Channel, the strait between Mexico and Cuba, the National Hurricane Center said.

Cancun tourists prep for Hurricane Rinaupdated: Thu Oct 27 2011 20:43:00

CNN's Rafael Romo reports on the preparations for Hurricane Rina at one Cancun resort.

Weakened Tropical Storm Rina hits Yucatan Peninsulaupdated: Thu Oct 27 2011 20:43:00

Tropical Storm Rina continued to weaken Thursday as it began affecting some of Mexico's most popular beaches.

Hurricane Rina threatens Mexicoupdated: Wed Oct 26 2011 23:13:00

Hurricane Rina heads toward Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as it grows near Category 3 strength. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

Weakened Rina to hit Mexico as Category 1 stormupdated: Wed Oct 26 2011 23:13:00

After weakening to a Category 1 storm, Hurricane Rina plodded westward late Wednesday at near 6 mph (9 kph) on a path toward Mexico's tourist beaches, its threat a real one to people on the Yucatan Peninsula but far diminished from what it had been earlier in the day.

Hurricane Rina could strengthenupdated: Wed Oct 26 2011 02:14:00

Rina was almost a Category 3 hurricane as it careened near Honduras and Belize Wednesday before heading towards Cancun.

United flight diverted to Cuba due to 'unfamiliar' odor in planeupdated: Sun Jul 31 2011 22:32:00

A United Airlines flight was diverted to Cuba on Sunday after its crew reported a strong odor in the plane, U.S. aviation and airline spokesmen said.

Judge signs extradition order for former 'Survivor' producerupdated: Wed Jul 27 2011 01:25:00

A federal magistrate judge signed an order Tuesday certifying that requirements have been met for former reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman to be extradited to Mexico for trial on charges of killing his wife, a defense lawyer confirmed.

Judge orders extradition of former 'Survivor' producerupdated: Tue Jul 12 2011 15:16:00

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that there is enough evidence that former reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman murdered his wife at a Cancun resort to justify his return to Mexico to face trial.

April: When will TV producer face trial?updated: Tue Jul 12 2011 15:16:00

Bruce Beresford-Redman is still waiting to be extradited to Mexico a year after his wife was found murdered.

2010: Cutting emissions on your carupdated: Tue May 31 2011 06:52:00

Car part called Liberator claims to cut fuel use and car emissions. NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace explains how it works.

Carbon emissions from energy use hit record level, agency saysupdated: Tue May 31 2011 06:52:00

Carbon emissions from energy use reached a record level last year, up 5% from the previous record in 2008, the International Energy Agency said.

Mexico working to extradite 'Survivor' producerupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 20:25:00

Mexican investigators believe reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman struck his wife's head with a stick, bat or metal tube before strangling her and dumping her body at a Cancun resort last year, according to documents filed this week in his extradition case.

Why even skeptics should tackle climate changeupdated: Thu Dec 30 2010 07:33:00

I recently returned to Amsterdam from the latest round of U.N. climate talks in Cancun, Mexico, and found this city of canals covered in snow. It was a beautiful sight. Yet rather than filling me with joy, it caused me concern.

Securing our planet's future?updated: Thu Dec 30 2010 07:33:00

CNN's Becky Anderson asks a panel of climate change fighters about what they're doing to tackle climate change.

How to get scientists, policymakers to same page on climate changeupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 11:34:00

There is a striking contrast between the issues being discussed at the climate talks in Cancun, Mexico, this week, and news reports of the views voiced by some of the incoming freshmen to the House of Representatives.

Working for a climate treatyupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 11:34:00

In June, CNN's Anna Coren asked the outgoing U.N. climate chief if a deal can be reached at the next climate talks.

CNNMoney: Cancun climate talks don't faze industryupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 15:25:00

Industries that emit large amounts of greenhouse gases don't expect any new restrictions from the incoming U.S. Congress or the ongoing international climate talks in Cancun, Mexico.

Reality TV producer denied bail in Mexico murder caseupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 21:02:00

Reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman must stay in jail while his lawyers fight his extradition to Mexico on a charge that he murdered his wife at a Cancun resort, a federal judge ruled Monday.

New round of climate talks set to start in Cancunupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 06:15:00

The latest round of United Nations climate change talks begins Monday in the coastal resort city of Cancun, Mexico.

Move ball forward at Cancun climate talksupdated: Fri Nov 26 2010 11:51:00

The next round of international climate meetings begin Monday in Cancun, Mexico, and they will likely determine the future for global action on climate change -- including whether the United Nations will remain at the core of an international regime.

Bolder climate deal needed to close 'emissions gap,' U.N. saysupdated: Tue Nov 23 2010 15:27:00

Governments must make bolder and more binding commitments to reduce carbon emissions, according to a new United Nations report.

Reality TV producer arrested in wife's Mexico deathupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 21:46:00

Former "Survivor" producer Bruce Beresford-Redman was taken into custody by U.S. marshals in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon on a warrant from Mexico in the death of his wife, the U.S. attorney's spokesman said.

Underwater art doubles as artificial reef in Mexicoupdated: Fri Oct 29 2010 12:28:00

In the clear shallow waters off Cancun in Mexico, 200 ghostly figures are slowly lowered to the seabed.

Global climate talks wrap up in Chinaupdated: Sun Oct 10 2010 05:04:00

Representatives from about 200 countries wrapped up a meeting in China on Saturday on climate change and said they had moved closer to defining what could be achieved at a later conference.

Gunmen seized near Cancun as Mexico marks bicentennial yearupdated: Thu Sep 16 2010 06:46:00

Mexican police arrested five heavily armed men and one woman near Cancun as the nation marked its bicentennial year.

Cuban migrants held for ransom in Mexico rescued, government saysupdated: Wed Sep 01 2010 11:57:00

Mexican authorities have rescued six undocumented Cuban migrants who had been held for ransom for a month in Cancun, a vacation hotspot on the nation's Yucatan Peninsula, the state-run Notimex news agency reported Wednesday.

Cancun, Mexico, bar bombed; 8 deadupdated: Tue Aug 31 2010 12:42:00

Eight people died early Tuesday after attackers hurled several Molotov cocktails into a Cancun, Mexico, bar, the state attorney general said.

Murdered woman's sisters demand reality TV producer's arrestupdated: Fri Jul 23 2010 01:35:00

The sisters of a Los Angeles woman found dead in Cancun, Mexico, in April want the U.S. government to explain why her husband has not been arrested a month after Mexican prosecutors requested his extradition.

Mexican authorities recover 55 bodies from mine shaftupdated: Tue Jun 08 2010 07:33:00

Mexican authorities found 55 bodies inside a mine ventilation shaft that was used as a mass grave in the city of Taxco, officials said Monday. Arrest Warrant Issued for Producer in Wife's Deathupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 11:10:00

"I am innocent," declares Bruce Beresford-Redman, warning of a "miscarriage of justice" in Mexico

Defense lawyer: Former 'Survivor' producer charged in wife's deathupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 03:21:00

A Mexican judge has issued an arrest warrant for reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman in the death of his wife at a Cancun resort in April, his lawyer said Monday.

Dead woman's close friend sold e-mails, website saysupdated: Fri Apr 23 2010 01:40:00

"A very close friend" of a woman killed at a Cancun, Mexico, resort sold e-mails purportedly exchanged between the dead woman, her husband and his alleged mistress to a gossip website, the website said.

Dead woman's mom aids Cancun investigatorsupdated: Wed Apr 21 2010 17:27:00

Monica Beresford-Redman's mother met with a prosecutor in Cancun, Mexico, for several hours Tuesday night concerning her daughter's death at a resort two weeks ago. Report: Arrest Imminent for Former Survivor Producerupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 06:31:00

Mexican officials find inconsistencies in Bruce Beresford-Redman's story about wife who's found dead Parents of Producer Suspect Awarded Guardianship of Childrenupdated: Sun Apr 11 2010 10:49:00

Emergency hearing grants Bruce Beresford-Redman's parents guardianship through May 20 Friends: Marital Woes for Producer Suspected in Wife's Deathupdated: Sat Apr 10 2010 15:29:00

Police tell Bruce Beresford-Redman to remain in Mexico during the investigation

Reality TV producer freed during inquiry of wife's deathupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 18:39:00

Mexican police freed a former American reality TV show producer from detention Friday but kept his passport so he couldn't leave Cancun while they investigate the death of his wife.

Mexican police: 'Survivor' producer detained in wife's deathupdated: Fri Apr 09 2010 07:32:00

The wife of an American reality TV show producer was found dead at a Cancun, Mexico, hotel Thursday morning, a Mexican police spokesman said.

Reality show real estate rakes in profitupdated: Fri Feb 19 2010 07:52:00

Want to rent the "Jersey Shore" house in Seaside Heights, New Jersey? It'll cost you.

7 trips you should never book onlineupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 12:03:00

Carolyn Fletcher's honeymoon started heading south the moment she and her husband landed in Cancun. No one was there to pick up the newlyweds.

No refund for the wrong Chichen Itza tourupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 17:07:00

Nancy Giese books an overnight tour to Chichen Itza, but when she arrives in Cancun, she's told she only has reservations for a day trip. Now her tour operator is refusing to refund the difference between the tours. Is there anything she can do?

Mexican police chief cites airport security lapse in hijackingupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 17:02:00

Mexican security screeners should have spotted the bomb-like device a hijacking suspect carried onto the commercial airliner he allegedly commandeered a short while later, the head of the nation's public safety agency said Thursday.

Hijacking suspects taken awayupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 17:02:00

CNN's Rick Sanchez watches events unfold as Mexican authorities take away suspects in an Aeromexico hijacking.

Bolivian man acted alone in Mexico hijacking, official saysupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 20:30:00

A 44-year-old Bolivian drug addict and alcoholic who describes himself as a church minister was the sole person responsible for the brief hijacking Wednesday of a commercial jetliner, a Mexican official said.

Adventure, beaches and great deals in Mexicoupdated: Mon Aug 17 2009 16:04:00

We are sitting cross-legged in the water, 60 feet underground in a Mexican cave surrounded by some of the most beautiful formations I've ever seen, as the niece of a famous shaman chants a Mayan prayer asking the gods to let us go in peace. College basketball preseason tournamentsupdated: Mon Aug 10 2009 14:10:00

Here is the current list of the 2009 preseason basketball tournaments. It will be updated as information becomes available.

Hey, that's not the hotel I bookedupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 10:01:00

Donna Savic thinks she has a reservation at the Barcelo Maya Palace in Cancun, Mexico. She's wrong. Orbitz booked her at a smaller, lower-rated hotel on the same complex. What now?

Cancun drug cartel suspect arrestedupdated: Mon Jun 15 2009 10:20:00

The Mexican military has arrested a suspect identified as the head of a drug cartel in the Yucatan Peninsula, federal defense ministry officials said.

Travel industry grapples with swine fluupdated: Mon Apr 27 2009 22:47:00

Meeting planner Gail Murphy heard about the travel warning to Mexico too late in the day on Monday to do anything about her plans to head to Cancun the following day.

Commentary: Spring break in a nation at war with drug lordsupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 06:00:00

A lot of Americans are wondering: Is it safe to travel to Mexico? It depends where you go, and what your intentions are once you get there.

Spring breakers skip Cancun for volunteer workupdated: Wed Mar 04 2009 09:48:00

This spring break, thousands of college students will ditch the bars and the beaches to do something more meaningful with their vacation time.

Reports: Cancún police chief questioned in general's killingupdated: Tue Feb 10 2009 16:50:00

The police chief in Cancún has been relieved of his duties and placed under house arrest while he is investigated in the killing of a retired Mexican general who had been the area's anti-drug chief for less than 24 hours, Mexican media are reporting.

Mexico drug fighter killed after less than a day on jobupdated: Wed Feb 04 2009 14:06:00

A recently retired Mexican army general whose bullet-riddled body was found Tuesday near Cancun had taken over as the area's top antidrug official less than 24 hours earlier, officials said.

Searchers see no sign of missing cruise ship passengerupdated: Fri Dec 26 2008 15:46:00

Searchers looking for a woman believed to have fallen from a cruise ship off the Yucatan coast of Mexico have seen no sign of her, a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman said Friday afternoon.

Tips to avoid being victimized on vacationupdated: Tue Jun 24 2008 09:38:00

No one knows better than the police which tricks criminals are using to prey on unsuspecting tourists.

Choosing the right travel insurance policyupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 11:30:00

Even with Hurricane Dean taking aim at Cancun, Mexico, last August, Miguel Guillen wasn't worried. After all, he had insured his vacation.

How to find the best all-inclusive resortsupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 11:27:00

My first experience with an all-inclusive resort was a decade ago during a freezing February in New York City. I was easy prey for this promise: a startlingly low price for a trip to Cancún, which included airfare, four nights in a double room and meals at any of three "exciting, international" restaurants. Luis Bueno: Mexico's Big Four will rule again, but surprise awaitsupdated: Fri Jan 18 2008 15:22:00

For the first time in Mexican First Division history, the trophy sits in one of the country's most well-known resort towns. A Deadly Turf War Over Cuban Illegals updated: Fri Jan 18 2008 11:00:00

A rash of gangland-style killings in Cancun is being blamed on a battle between rival Cuban-American gangs over the lucrative trade in bringing Cubans into the U.S.

Mexico braces for Deanupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 02:43:00

Mexico braces for Dean

Texas-sized Hurricane Dean spins toward Yucatanupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 02:43:00

Hurricane Dean burgeoned into a Category 5 storm -- capable of inflicting catastrophic damage when it makes landfall early Tuesday.

Hurricane Dean pounds Jamaica as it passes south of islandupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 01:08:00

Hurricane Dean battered the southern coast of Jamaica with heavy rains and surf as its eye passed offshore late Sunday, apparently sparing the Caribbean island the worst of its 145 mph winds.

Preparing for Deanupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 01:08:00

Preparing for Dean

CNNMoney: Have a hassle-free holidayupdated: Mon Nov 20 2006 11:47:00

It's going to be the busiest Thanksgiving travel period ever. There will be 25 million people taking to the skies and over 38 million hitting the highways.

Mexico's Fox: We have 'obligation to opportunity'updated: Sun Apr 02 2006 22:26:00

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said Sunday that he expects an immigration bill to be passed by week's end, but comments from other U.S. lawmakers left it difficult to predict what kind of legislation might ultimately win passage.

Dobbs: President, Congress defying people's willupdated: Thu Mar 30 2006 16:18:00

We're reporting live this week from Cancun, where the leaders of the United States, Mexico and Canada are meeting in a trilateral summit. And despite the contentious debate raging in the U.S. Senate over illegal immigration and the guest-worker program, this summit has a remarkably modest agenda.

CNNMoney: Retire in style south of the borderupdated: Mon Feb 13 2006 16:04:00

In the past 10 years, new Mexican beach resorts have attracted a flood of American expatriates to retirement and second home communities.

Mexico resorts getting back in the swimupdated: Fri Dec 16 2005 09:09:00

Tourism officials in the hurricane-battered Mexican state of Quintana Roo hope to have 80 percent of the accommodations and amenities in the affected Caribbean coast resorts fully operational by February.

Trade summit opensupdated: Tue Dec 13 2005 00:10:00

Delegates and demonstrators descended on Hong Kong Tuesday as economic leaders convened to try and forge a global trade pact.

Doubts greet opening of WTO summitupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 04:51:00

Trade officials from nearly 150 nations are in Hong Kong this week to forge a global trade pact, but an air of uncertainty hangs over the latest meeting of the World Trade Organization.

Your e-mails: Giving thanks after the hurricanes updated: Wed Nov 23 2005 15:38:00, in conjunction with "American Morning," asked survivors of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma to share their stories of thanks for the kind things people have done for them. Here are a few of their many responses, some of which have been edited:

Gov. Bush: No gas shortage after Wilmaupdated: Thu Oct 27 2005 07:12:00

Gov. Jeb Bush told Floridians on Thursday there is no gasoline shortage, only a temporary distribution problem caused by power outages throughout the southeastern part of the state.

Wilma deals $800 million blow to Mexican travel industryupdated: Wed Oct 26 2005 08:38:00

Mexican authorities were still assessing the damage from Hurricane Wilma as they worked to get aid to the storm-ravaged Yucatan Peninsula, but the country's tourism minister said the region stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars.

Your e-mails: Awaiting news on stranded touristsupdated: Mon Oct 24 2005 12:28:00

Hurricane Wilma spent much of the weekend pounding Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula with high winds and heavy surf. More than 35,000 people, mostly tourists, holed up in hotels and shelters to ride out the storm.

Mexican resorts survey damageupdated: Sun Oct 23 2005 15:16:00

Residents of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula were cleaning up Sunday after two days of pounding by Hurricane Wilma.

Wilma drenches Mexico, eyes Floridaupdated: Sat Oct 22 2005 03:54:00

Hurricane Wilma continued to pound Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula Saturday night, as it edged toward the Yucatan Channel and the Gulf of Mexico en route to Florida.

Wilma slams Mexico resortsupdated: Fri Oct 21 2005 01:45:00

Hurricane Wilma was "relentlessly pounding" Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula early Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said, packing 125 mph winds and dumping "tremendous" amounts of rain that may not let up in the popular tourist area for the next 24 hours.

Emily churns across Gulf of Mexicoupdated: Mon Jul 18 2005 02:05:00

Residents of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula cleaned up downed trees and other debris Monday after they were pelted overnight by Hurricane Emily, which has now moved into the Gulf of Mexico.

Yucatan braces for Hurricane Emilyupdated: Sun Jul 17 2005 01:34:00

A dangerous Hurricane Emily neared the shores of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula with 135 mph winds late Sunday, with forecasters predicting it would make landfall early Monday and cross into the Gulf of Mexico later in the day.

Cautious welcome for WTO dealupdated: Sun Aug 01 2004 05:59:00

A deal to rescue world trade talks has received a cautious welcome from major trading nations.

Business 2.0: The Rematch in Miamiupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Is the globalization agenda in trouble? Progress has been halting, and the recent World Trade Organization talks in Cancun, Mexico, collapsed in chaos. Hoping for a rebound, many of the same delega...

Money Magazine: Back-To-School Buysupdated: Sat Sep 01 2001 00:01:00

CHARITY BREAK Before your kid books a trip to Daytona or Cancun, suggest a volunteer vacation. Projects range from building schools to planting trees, and last anywhere from one week to four. Counc...

Money Magazine: Online Air Fares Go Even Lowerupdated: Fri Sep 01 2000 00:01:00

Savvy travelers know you get the best fares by being flexible about your travel dates and times and by contacting air-fare consolidators. Now there's yet another tactic: Discount travel site 1trave...


I'm not sure when it first dawned on me. It may have been the day last winter when I noticed the slogan on a CNBC billboard: "You snooze, you lose."

Money Magazine: Decemberupdated: Tue Dec 01 1998 00:01:00

Expirations expiring. Following the lead of Northwest Airlines, Delta and United are extending their deadlines for expiring miles. Delta miles due to expire at the end of 1998 will now be good thro...


Good morning, Fritz, Mr. Blatt, and members of the compensation committee. Or should I say, good afternoon. Yes. It's after noon already. Well, then. Good afternoon.

Money Magazine: Top tourist traps around the worldupdated: Sat May 01 1993 00:01:00

Knowing the local crime scene can help you avoid trouble. Our survey of security specialists and municipal police agencies turned up this up-to-date advisory: CANCUN, MEXICO. Street theft is common...

Money Magazine: CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN TOUR . . . . . . and save money tooupdated: Mon Dec 21 1992 00:01:00

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