Maria de Jesus Tlatempa Bello had come more than 1,110 miles from her home in Guerrero, Mexico, to tell the story of her son, Jose Eduardo, one of the Ayotzinapa 43. Organized by a coalition of grassroots organizations in the United States, they are traveling across the U.S. to raise awareness about the growing number of disappearances in Mexico and to put pressure on the Mexican government to find the 43 students.
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Beefing up border security means an increasingly military-style presence on the ground and in the air. The Observer investigates a surge that puts immigrants in the crosshairs.
A Brownsville pediatrician sets the story straight about the children and families coming to Texas.
A growing movement of Central Americans protest mistreatment by authorities, criminals in Mexico.
A majority of the unaccompanied Mexican and Central American children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border should qualify for political asylum, according to the United Nations.
Experts on Mexico say notorious drug kingpin, Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman’s capture will result in more violence.
The trial of a man accused of orchestrating the assassinations of the three people linked to the U.S. Consulate pries open secrets of the cartel war in Juarez.
Mexico is opening its oil industry to foreign investment. But energy reform is unpopular with Mexicans, who fear that oil companies will benefit while corruption will remain.
Former Tamaulipas Gov. Tomas Yarrington Ruvacalba is just the latest Mexican politician with legal issues in Texas.
In April 2012, PBS aired footage of as many as 20 border agents beating an unarmed man, Anastasio Hernandez Rojas, to death. After viewing […]