5 Women Recount Unwanted or Confusing Gynecological Surgeries in ICE Custody
"We are not an experiment."
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El Salvador's Hipster President Is Attacking the Media
The environment for investigative outlets in the Central American nation is dire. Journalists who've written critically about the president face criminal investigations and threats from government officials.
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Trump's Ambassador to Mexico Is Bullying a College Student Online
Christopher Landau, a possible nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, spat back at a student's criticism with caustic sarcasm.
Court Rules Trump Can Deport 300,000 Migrants Who've Lived in the U.S. Legally for Years
Migrants from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Sudan would leave behind as many as 200,000 children who are American citizens.
MS-13 Gang Is Secretly Negotiating With El Salvador's President, Report Says
The government has denied the talks with the violent street gang that a local media outlet alleges took place as part of an effort to reduce killings.
Brother Getting Bags of Cash Isn't Great for Mexico's 'Anti-Corruption' President
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is under fire for his methods on fighting corruption, and recently-released videos of his own brother accepting bags of cash aren't helping.
Immigrants Jailed by ICE Are Sick, Panicking, and Can’t Get Coronavirus Tests
“They don't want to die in here.“
Those Countries Trump Called ‘Shitholes’ Are Now Turning Away Americans Because of Coronavirus
“The U.S. is the threat in this case.”
These Migrants Stuck in Tent Cities on the Border Just Had Their Hopes Dashed by the Supreme Court
The court said the Trump administration can continue its “Remain in Mexico” program. Migrants say they're “in a complete state of limbo.”
Mexican Women Are Shutting Down Their Country to Protest Violent Machismo Culture
“It feels weird. I left my house and there were hardly any women out. The streets feel vacant.”
Meet the Children Being Armed to Defend a Mexican Village From Drug Cartels
“We are preparing the children because if they lose their parents, who is going to defend them?”
Women Go to Prison For Abortions in Mexico. But That Could Soon Change
Mexico is slowly inching toward the decriminalization of abortion, propelled by a strong activist movement and shifting politics toward the left.