Aldo Villegas, also known as Bocafloja, is one of the most popular independent rappers in Spanish and, as Mary Stucky reports, over the years he's acquired a huge following in both Mexico and the United States.
The beef you buy at grocery stores must now be labeled with the country where it's from. Proponents of the new rule argue it gives Americans more information about the beef they're buying. But some say the labels are hurting business.
Despite Mexico City's dense population, traffic, and the famed smog, the city is following the path of several European capitals by starting a bike rental program. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to reporter Franc Contreras in Mexico City.
Scouts from Mexico's pro teams make regular trips to the US to find good players to bring back home. Reporter Linda Lutton of WBEZ in Chicago followed a couple of those scouts on their talent hunt in America.
Midwives have helped the women of rural Mexico to give birth. But that's a tradition that's dying out, as more women deliver their babies in hospitals. Reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe found one clinic where Mexican women can still learn to become midwives.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Plaza de Torros in Mexico City. It's where a Mexican matador made headlines this weekend. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from reporter Franc Contreras in Mexico City.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Dallas-based Mexican journalist Francisco Trujillo, who's been following the ongoing story of how small weapons shipments from the US are getting into Mexico and into the hands of drug cartel members.