This Mexican Town Celebrates Its Namesake Saint with Exploding Hammers
Despite several attempts to ban the practice and the handful of injuries it regularly causes, the tradition has carried on for 300 years.
Mexico Is Now Trapping Migrants Before They Can Even Reach the US Border
'We were locked inside as if we were in a jail,' one migrant said of his experience at a shelter.
'I Thought He Was a Fake': Why Yalitza Aparicio Almost Left Her 'Roma' Audition
Her Oscar nomination broke ground, but it almost didn't happen over a suspected catfishing situation.
In El Chapo's Mexico, Fentanyl is the New Boom Drug
Despite the drug lord's take down, the narco-trade in Sinaloa is thriving as producers shift from heroin to deadly opioids.
How the Drug War Eats the Poor
According to a new report by the NGO Health Poverty Action, prohibition drives poverty and criminality in places like Brazil and India.
This Mexican Filmmaker Casts Real Cartel Members in His Movies
Eduardo Giralt Brun is offering at-risk youths from Sinaloa a potential way out of an early grave by playing themselves on screen.
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'Roma' Actor Might Miss Oscars Because the US Keeps on Denying His Visa
He's been denied three times over the past year.
'Roma' Should Win Best Picture, but It Probably Won't
Only ten foreign language films have ever been nominated for the Oscars's top prize.
Seven Places on Earth Where You Can Travel for $25 a Day or Less
When you know where to go and how to cut costs, international travel can be cheap. Here are some affordable options to inspire you to dig out your passport and start planning your next trip.
What Life Is Like in the Town Where Trump Is Actually Building His Wall
El Paso, Texas, has become a laboratory for the administration's immigration policy—much to the anger of many residents.
Inside the Trauma-Filled Camp of Migrants Waiting at the US Border
The caravan has become an encampment of hundreds of people who are trapped between countries in Tijuana and facing dangerous conditions.
Body Found in Mexico Believed to Be Missing Quebec Woman
An investigation into Christine St-Onge’s disappearance was sparked when the man she was travelling with returned home alone with no luggage and died by suicide.