With 1,812 women murdered between January and July this year — about 10 a day — Mexico is Latin America’s second-most dangerous country for women, after Brazil, according to the United Nations. More than 200 Mexican women have been kidnapped so far in 2019.
Cancun, on the Yucatan peninsula, is one of Mexico's most visited cities, while nearby Mayan villages struggle with poverty and lack of economic opportunities. A newly proposed train line could help fix that, but at what cost to the people and ecosystem?
Sharks may be fearsome predators, but over fishing threatens their survival. The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin profiles an unusual pair of shark researchers. One has always wanted to protect sharks. The other used to kill them.
Mexico's Huichol people aren't on the power grid, but LED technology may bring them light. Designers and architects are distributing a textile that absorbs the sun's rays during the day and gives off light at night. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
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.
At least 1,000 people have been killed in Ciudad Juarez, just south of El Paso, in drug gang battles just this year. Houston Chronicle reporter Dudley Althaus has been reporting on the violence and tells Lisa Mullins that this year's crime level is unprecedented.