Carmen Aristegui, who this week said she believed the president's office had backed her March 15 dismissal, has become the focal point of a growing debate about whether freedom of expression is under attack under PresidentEnrique Pena Nieto.
Tremor was felt in the city of Puebla and in several Mexico City boroughs.
The scandal's fallout has heaped political pressure on President Dilma Rousseff. On Sunday, it helped fuel massive street protests across Brazil against her administration.
There were no reports of serious injuries or damage.
20% of government revenue comes from crude oil exports.
At least 10 people died when two helicopters crashed in a remote area in northwest Argentina during the filming of a survivalist TV show. French Olympic champions were among the cast that perished in the accident, Paris has confirmed.
White House places sanctions on seven individuals and expresses grave worries about the Venezuelan government’s treatment of political opponents
Better weather is expected to ease the flooding after the heaviest rains in 50 years.
Talks between the government and opposition broke down last May, but recent events have fueled tensions.
Chinese Cosco vessel detained for transporting thousands of cannon shells
Escalation of diplomatic tension requires US travelers to apply for visa before entering Venezuela.
The volcano is one of South America's most active with over 3,000 people evacuated after overnight eruption
U.S. diplomats in Caracas could not give any information about the pilot, or say whether Maduro was referring to any Americans other than the missionaries.
A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Guatemala early on Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The EU and Cuba began the negotiations in April last year to improve relations, part of a significant deepening of ties since the bloc lifted diplomatic sanctions in 2008.
Argentina's intelligence service played an important role during a "dirty war" directed by the military dictatorship of 1976-83 against Marxist rebels, labor unions and students.
The one-day talks, led by senior diplomats, stem from the decision announced by the two Cold War era foes on Dec. 17 to work to normalize relations
A police spokesman said federal police captured Gomez in Morelia, Michoacan's state capital, after months of intelligence work.
On fifth month anniversary of their disappearance, relatives and supporters of the missing students held a march in Mexico City for justice for 43 missing students.
"The evidence gathered far from meets the minimal standard," said a statement from the judiciary branch's CIJ information service.
Antonio Zambrano-Montes, 35, an unemployed from Mexico, was killed earlier this month in Pasco