Pope Benedict XVi is travelling to Mexico this weekend to say mass and meet the faithful. But he's coming at a time of deep division among Mexican Catholics. Mexico City has passed liberal laws allowing for same-sex marriage and abortions — two practices banned by the Catholic Church and in much of the rest of Mexico.
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.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with film director Luis Mandoki about his documentary on Mexico's 2006 presidential election. Mandoki is convinced the election was rigged, and he says his documentary proves it.
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 third installment in our series on Mexican voters and what they want ahead of Sunday's presidential election. Reporter Myles Estey profiles a Mexico City entrepeneur who favors a return to power of the PRI, the party that ran Mexico from 1929 to 2000.
Stray dogs in Mexico City have been accused of the recent mauling deaths of four people. Journalist Jennifer Schmidt tells host Marco Werman why hundreds of thousands of strays are a dangerous and growing problem in the Mexican capital.
Soccer is like a religion for many Mexicans, but for many in the Yucatán Maya community, baseball is also a top sport. And some Mayas have brought that passion with them to California. There's even a mostly Maya baseball league there.