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Mexico's drug war comes to Guatemala

Mexican drug traffickers have worked their way south into Guatemala. The Guatemalan army has been trying to beat them back. But some Guatemalans feel loyal to the cartels. Which have provided services that the government hasn't. Lorne Matalon reports.

Global Politics

Puerto Rico primary

Fair Game news analyst Ritch Duncan examines what impact the Democratic Primary in Puerto Rico could have on the Presidential nomination.

Global Politics

Duffy at the Shay Shack

Fair Game wanted to get an on the ground perspective from Puerto Rico on this. Faith speaks to a man that goes by the single name Duffy. He runs the Shay Shack on Vieques.

Business, Economics and Jobs

Patricia Riggen

Filmmaker Patricia Riggen talks to Faith about her new film "La Misma Luna," which draws attention to issues faced by Mexican immigrants in the United States.

Arts, Culture & Media

Emo bashing

Faith talks to LA Weekly reporter Daniel Hernandez about the recent wave of violence against "emo rock" fans in Mexico.

The right to sex

Faith shares her thoughts a proposed constitutional amendment in Ecuador that would entitle women to "sexual happiness."

Environment

Ecological footprints

A new study by Global Footprint Network compares the ecological footprints of 93 nations across the globe -- and finds that Cuba is the only one developing sustainably. Global Footprint Network Director Mathis Wackernagel tells host Bruce Gellerman why Cuba tops the list and other nations don't.