I offer a link to The News, Mexico's first and only English language print newspaper which started in 1950. It's online edition is a normal news source of both National and International news. It has long served both the diplomatic sector as well as the expat community. It was long a favorite for besides the news, its comics and even Dear Abby column. It was sold in Cozumel up until about 2000. It can be a good source for information regarding Mexican politics and legislative processes. If you're going to live in a country, some would consider it a good idea to have knowledge of what is happening in the big picture. I could argue also that the less known the better. Personally, I'll look at it once or twice a month. I'll get much of those news stories in Spanish, but my English is considerably better than my Spanish.
http://www.thenews.com.mx/ there is a lot of content, many wire service stories about both the U.S. and worldwide news.
http://en.wikipedia....ws_(Mexico_City) It has quite a history, I find most interesting, not the least of Fidel and Che dropping by
Another English language news source for the peninsula, its focus on Merida and Yucatan State, but does carry QR news and many human interest and nature stories.