Trump Stuck El Paso with a $470,000 Bill. Local Lawmakers Don’t Want Him Coming Back.
Local officials aren’t happy about the prospect of another visit from the president in the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting.
Life After Death in Juarez: Soccer Returns to a City Damaged by Narco Violence
Several years ago, economic and safety concerns doomed Ciudad Juárez's soccer team Los Indios. Now Juárez, once considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world, has a new team and renewed hope.
How One Family's Drug Trafficking, Kidnapping, and Murder Charges Turned a Texas Teacher Fugitive
Monica Velsaco allegedly helped manage her family’s criminal ring, which prosecutors say smuggled “huge quantities” of marijuana into the US, kidnapped victims for ransom, and ripped off rival traffickers to sell their stolen drugs.
Photos of Everything but the Pope at a Papal Mass Near the Mexican Border
On February 17, as the Pope visited the border region of El Paso-Ciudad Juárez before returning to Rome, I shot a papal mass. My goal was to concentrate on the feeling of the day and not on the man who came into town.