Mexico Is Caving to Trump on Immigration
“They’re just doing what the U.S. tells them to do, which is regulating migration.”
4 days ago
This Youth Pastor Is Only the 2nd Person under Trump's Remain in Mexico Program to Gain Asylum
Since the policy went into effect almost 8 months ago, some 40,000 have been forced to wait in Mexico while their asylum cases play out.
Gaby Del Valle
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How a 'Fake Guru' Set Up a 'Wild Wild Country'-Style Commune in the Mexican Jungle
Former followers of Ozen Rajneesh accuse the guru of being a 'fake,' cheating them out of thousands of dollars, and mishandling the disappearance of a commune member.
These Two People Can Now Legally Use Cocaine in Mexico
A Mexican judge ruled that private use of cocaine "doesn't put one's health at great risk."
Brutal Murder of 19 People in Mexico Could Be Related to Avocado Trade, Expert Says
A researcher believes the horrifying public display of bodies that took place in Uruapan this week stems back to the high demand for avocados.
We Have Just ‘Days’ to Save This Rare Endangered Porpoise From Extinction
A new study estimates that there are likely just 9 vaquita porpoises left in the world. According to a co-author, we have just days to act on effectively enforcing a ban on illegal fishing nets.
Burger King Manager Accepts Apology From Women Who Told Him to 'Go Back to Mexico'
Ricardo Castillo—who is Puerto Rican—not only forgave them, but also said he hoped someone would set up a GoFundMe for the women who berated him.
Drugs & Crime
It's Game of Thrones in Cartel Land Now That El Chapo's in Prison for Life
In Mexico, his sons could struggle to survive.
The Largest Algae Bloom in World History Is Now Off the Florida Coast
Researchers are tracking the algae Sargassum, which has created record blooms nearly every since 2011.
Tired of Smuggling Humans Over the Border, Mexican Cartels Are Refocusing on Drugs
This does not bode well for overdoses in the U.S.
Inside the Ornate World of El Chapo Nail Art
"Narco fashion is huge. It's such a part of our culture, it's so woven into our cultural fabric as Mexicans."
How One of Mexico's Biggest Cartels Is Trying to Dominate the Country's Wildest West
In a shift in the drug war, Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación is convincing self-defense groups representing southwestern Mexico's rural poor to fight the government.