A small clinic in McAllen, Texas, is the only abortion provider for hundreds of miles. Earlier this week when Jane Doe, an undocumented teenager held in detention, was allowed to have an abortion, this is where she came.
When The World's Monica Campbell returned to her home in Mexico City, she arrived to chaos. People were trying their best to rebuild or they were leaving altogether. Her neighborhood in particular was among the hardest hit.
Forbes Magazine has released its new list of the world's biggest billionaires. Number one is Carlos Slim Helú, a self-made telecom mogul from Mexico. Slim, worth $53.5 billion, is the first man from a developing country to top the list.
More tragic news from the drug-war torn nation south of our border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. On Saturday, three people with ties to the American consulate were shot and two killed in a drive-by shooting.
For a closer look at the Obama-Calderon visit, we speak with Eric Olson, an analyst on U.S.-Mexico relations at the Woodrow Wilson Center and Franc Contreras, a freelance reporter in Mexico City, for a look at Mexican perceptions of the U.S.
Mexico City's mayor, Marcelo Ebrard announced recently that he will run for president of Mexico in the 2012 elections. He will surely have to tackle tough issues on the campaign trail, and he faces questions about these issues with us first.
Committe to Protect Journalists' Carlos Lauria weighs in on the danger Mexican journalists face, while the New York Times' Elisabeth Malkin joins us from Mexico City with the latest news about the four missing journalists.
Earlier this month, former Mexican president Vicente Fox wrote that Mexico should consider legalizing drugs and current president Felipe Calderon has called for a debate on the idea.
Tracy Wilkinson of the Los Angeles Times, speaks with us.
Ioan Grillo, Mexico correspondent for Time Magazine, tells us more about the legendary alleged drug lord, who was recently believed to be behind 56 bodies of rival cartel members stashed in an abandon silver mine.