Emily Green is a journalist in Mexico City. Before moving to Mexico, Green reported on local politics for The San Francisco Chronicle. She has also reported internationally from the Philippines on the harassment and death threats faced by local journalists.
Just 36 percent of Chileans have confidence in the Catholic Church — the lowest in all of Latin America — according to Chilean newspaper La Tercera.
"Coco" smashed box office records in Mexico, but the hit movie is about more than just record ticket sales.
Wesley Bocxe famously documented Mexico's deadly 1985 earthquake. But 32 years later to the day, another massive earthquake toppled his home.
Just 30 percent of Mexicans surveyed by Pew view the United States favorably — a dramatic drop from 66 percent two years ago. No surprise, right?
Just as megastorms were charging across the Caribbean, Mexico was struck by one of its most powerful earthquakes on record.
A new law will soon prohibit dolphin shows, and therapy sessions and science experiments with the marine species, in Mexico's capital.
Conflict & Justice
Immediately after February's earthquake in Chile, residents in Concepcion began looting. Some horded food and supplies, but others also stole flat screen TV's and high-end electronics. Now, prosecutors are charging hundreds of people. Emily Green reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Emily Green in Chile and gets an update on earthquake recovery efforts there. Parts of Chile were hit by a massive quake last month.