More than two weeks after deadly clashes in Mexico between a teachers union and police, wounded residents are too afraid to seek proper healthcare, and the investigation into what happened appears stuck.
Few countries have as clear an incentive as Mexico to seek alternatives to the hardline drug policies that have brought so much bloodshed, but there are also few signs that the government is interested in trying anything very different.
The Green Party's Arturo Escobar was already a controversial appointment thanks to a long-dubious reputation, but now prosecutors are seeking his arrest for vote buying as well.
President Peña Nieto says he opposes legalization but is open to be persuaded by the debate he says will fix Mexico's position at the UN global summit on drug policy in April.
In this excerpt, VICE News correspondent Daniel Hernandez heads to Almoloya de Juarez to inspect the tunnel that “El Chapo" allegedly used to orchestrate his escape.
Nadia Vera, 32, was among five victims killed Friday in Mexico, including photographer Ruben Espinosa. She said in November that Veracruz Governor Javier Duarte would be "responsible" if she suffered any attack.
The day before the extradition order became public, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's lawyers were already filing an appeal in court to stop it.
In this excerpt VICE News meets meet Irinea Buendia, the mother who's fighting the Mexican justice system in the case of her daughter’s death.
Joaquin Guzman's cinematic escape from the Altiplano federal prison in Mexico painfully exposes the weaknesses of President Enrique Peña Nieto's government.
A photojournalist in the State of Mexico takes VICE News to the location where a women was violently murdered, one of the many femicides that have occurred in the region.
VICE News investigates the murder of women in the State of Mexico, and meets the victims' relatives who continue to demand justice from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.