Meet the Coca-Cola-Obsessed Woman Who Made Her House Into a Soda Shrine
Maybe you "like" soda, but you ain't seen nothing until you've visited Pat Reidy's over-the-top domain of Coca-Cola worship in Veracruz, Mexico. This is obsession.
How Veracruz Became the Most Dangerous State in Mexico for Journalists
With hundreds of unsolved disappearances, rampant extortion, frequent kidnappings, and no fewer than 14 journalists killed in the past five years, a climate of fear governs Veracruz.
A Photojournalist Fled Veracruz Under Threat, But Murder Found Him in Mexico City
Ruben Espinosa was found on Friday night bound, beaten, and shot, along with four women in a Mexico City apartment. "There is no justice for a single murdered colleague," he said weeks ago of 13 others killed since Javier Duarte became governor.
Mexican Teachers Burn Ballots in Spreading Protests Ahead of Elections
Mexico's largest dissident teachers union CNTE carried out attacks against electoral offices in five states. A strike in Oaxaca is affecting 1 million students, as federal officials bowed to a demand on education reform.
Mexico Is a Killing Ground for Journalists
Journalists in Mexico are finding themselves the target of death threats, physical attacks, arbitrary detentions, and assassinations.