Some immigrants living in the shadows have gone to Washington, D.C. to lobby directly for immigration reform. We meet a janitor who made the trek to D.C. along with other members of his union. He's originally from Mexico and now lives in Pittsburgh.
An independent group of human rights experts say it has found no evidence to support the story by Mexican officials that 43 students were burned to death and discarded. The students went missing nearly a year ago and the remains of only one student has been identified. An embarrassed President Enrique Pena Nieto will have to reopen its investigation.
Today's answer is Grosvenor Square in Westminster, London. That's where the US Embassy in London is located, but not for long. It's up for sale. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from historian Thomas Naftali.
Pedestrians in Mexico City don't get a lot of respect from drivers. Now they have a champion: Peatonito. He's a mask-wearing self-appointed "protector of pedestrians." Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Nicholas Casey who met up the pedestrian avenger.
For more than two weeks, demonstrations by teachers have caused traffic chaos across Mexico. They're protesting a new law requiring performance evaluations for teachers. Supporters see the law as an attempt to break the power of labor unions.