Many Mexican families are tuned into news from Washington and whether Congress will change immigration laws. From the public radio collaboration Fronteras Desk, Jude Joffe-Block reports from Mexico about families hoping for long-awaited reunions.
Author Lolita Bosch created a website, Nuestra Aparente Rendición, or “It seems we have surrendered," to track the people killed in Mexico's drug war. She wanted their memories to be more than a passing reference, and she wanted to get people talking about the violence and its aftermath.
Like their neighbors in Mexico, many Central Americans head to the United States for better opportunities. They come from impoverished towns, some rife with gang violence and high crime rates. But on their journey north, hundreds of these migrants become targets for gangs, organized crime and even police.
You would think the Mexicans have a shot at World Cup glory ... that is, if you watch the Mexican boys teams. But the men typically disappoint. PRI's The World reporter Jason Margolis finds disillusioned Mexican fans have several theories why.
After the Jalisco New Generation cartel unleashed a day of extreme violence in Guadalajara, citizens are planning a march for peace on Saturday. It's a way to draw attention to the violence in the face of the government's perceived inability to stop the cartels.
Mexico's battle against drug traffickers is looking increasingly like a real war. The Mexican Army is involved, and traffickers are responsing with brazen attacks. The World's Lorne Matalon has the story from Mexico City.