Today's Geo Quiz links North, Central, and South America. The answer is the American Cordilleran System. Jacob Thompson and some friends rode the whole thing on their mountain bikes. He tells us about their trip.
In 1985 the military opened a museum of the history of drugs in Mexico. It started with just a few displays. 25 years later, The ?Museo de Enervantes? is packed with items of the battle against the drug cartels. From Mexico City, Jennifer Schmidt reports.
The northern Mexican State of Chihuahua is one of Mexico's most violent. But Christian Mennonites, who above all are pacifists, are also a part of the state's tapestry. The World's Lorne Matalon traveled to Chihuahua to meet some of them.
Mexico City lawmakers voted to make their city the first in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriages. But the move has many opponents around Mexico. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jose Carreno, a contributor to the Mexican newspaper Excelsior.
In Mexico, the bloody battle to defeat the country's powerful drug cartels is reeking havoc on formerly tranquil towns. This is the case in Camargo, Chihuahua ï¿½ Monica Ortiz Uribe visited the town six hours south of the Texas border.
Ju-rez is Mexico's deadliest city with 2,000 murders so far this year. Some residents are breaking the law to save their lives. They're fleeing north to Texas on tourist visas and they intend to stay. Correspondent Monica Ortiz Uribe has the story.