"He doesn’t feel comfortable with a mask because the most important part of his image would be covered - his voice,” said one observer of Mexico's president.
A bill set to be signed into law this month has little detail on what the new legal industry will look like, and who might be left out.
While the Pfizer vaccine may arrive before the end of the year, the general public probably won’t have access, say observers.
Cannabis activists are worried about who stands to profit from the bill, which promises to create the world's biggest legal market for marijuana.
The unprecedented move will drop drug trafficking charges against Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda and send him back to Mexico to face justice.
The new government's first task will be to boost an economy ravaged by the COVID pandemic.
“I thought, they can’t be shooting real bullets," said one protester. But they were.
Congratulations, silence, and passive-aggressive digs from across the region.
As violent crime skyrockets in Mexico, Rosa Icela Rodríguez will lead the fight against insecurity.
Shyne had his fame cut short following the NYC incident, which also involved Jennifer Lopez. Now he’s after popularity of a different kind: political office in his home country, Belize.
Farmers are still occupying a dam they say holds water the U.S wanted but they need.
More Black Americans are moving south to get away from racism at home.