Last week's slaying of gubernatorial candidate Rodolfo Torres was the latest reminder of the ongoing drug-fueled violence in Mexico in the run-up to state and local elections. Ray Suarez has an update about efforts to halt the killings…
For more on the deadly war that rages along the U.S.-Mexico border and the United States' role in fueling the drug trade, Ray Suarez talks with Allert Brown-Gort of Notre Dame University and Andrew Selee of the Woodrow Wilson International…
Mexican President Felipe Calderon appealed to the Mexican people for help as yet another round of drug gang violence erupted in Mexico this week. Ray Suarez has an update on the volatile situation along the border.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon addressed a joint session of Congress during his visit to Washington, regarding the need for better immigration policies. Ray Suarez weighs the prospects for immigration reforms on the federal level.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon met with President Obama to discuss concerns about Arizona's new immigration law and U.S. drug policy. Margaret Warner reports on Wednesday's visit in Washington.
Arizona's governor signed a new law cracking down on illegal immigration, but President Obama voiced concerns that the measure could violate civil rights. Jeffrey Brown talks to Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva and Mike Hethmon of the Immigration Law Reform Institute…
Following a week in which militant attacks killed seven CIA operatives in Afghanistan and at least 75 people at a volleyball match in Pakistan, Ray Suarez speaks with a pair of experts about rising instability in the region.
Thousands of Americans are increasingly traveling to resort towns like Puerto Vallarta, in Mexico, not for vacation, but for the cheap health care. In many cases, reports Ray Suarez, for care they couldn't afford in the United States.
Four family members of a Mexican Naval hero were gunned down this week in an apparent revenge attack by one of Mexico's top drug cartels, thrusting an already escalating drug war into a dangerous new territory.
U.S. Marines marked the start of a new offensive in Afghanistan Thursday, as part of the Obama administration's efforts to stabilize the Afghan-Pakistan border region. A Washington Post reporter embedded in the Helmand province provides an update.
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