Mexico protested this week after a US official used the word "insurgency" to describe drug-related violence sweeping our southern neighbor. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with analyst Denise Dresser about why Mexicans object to the word insurgency so much
The Bush Administration is proposing a $500,000,000 dollar aid package to help Mexico tackle its violent drug cartels. It's a lot of money and Mexico needs the help. But Mexicans are divided on the plan. The World's Lorne Matalon reports from Mexico City.
The World's Lorne Matalon reports that Cubans who flee their island for the United States are trying a new route: through Mexico, and Mexican authorities fear a mass exodus of Cubans coming through in coming years.
Mexico's battle against drug traffickers is looking increasingly like a real war. The Mexican Army is involved, and traffickers are responsing with brazen attacks. The World's Lorne Matalon has the story from Mexico City.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Harvard business professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter about how US companies could take a page from their global competitors and use new technologies to create jobs in America.
Mexican journalist Lydia Cacho exposed a pedophile ring with ties to Mexican officials. Her work got her kidnapped, threatened, and even jailed -- all by state police. Now she's fighting back and taking her case to an international court for human rights abuses. The World's Lorne Matalon has the story.
The monarch butterflies of central Mexico are beginning their annual northern migration but this year, there may be a decline in the number making the trip, as Anchor Marco Werman speaks with butterfly expert Lincoln Brower