Extreme heat and drought have left water in short supply in Monterrey, Mexico, but not everyone is feeling the pinch. Some poor neighborhoods seem to be facing far more restrictions on water usage than wealthier ones.
Lawyers on both sides of the US-Mexico border are using the Hague Convention on children to reunite families.
Author Lolita Bosch created a website, Nuestra Aparente Rendición, or “It seems we have surrendered," to track the people killed in Mexico's drug war. She wanted their memories to be more than a passing reference, and she wanted to get people talking about the violence and its aftermath.
For the last six years, a little-known infusion of American tax dollars has played a part in the fight against organized crime in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juárez. Part of the money for the Merida Initiative is used to keep young people out of drug cartels and help boost the economy.
Reporter Betto Arcos looks back at Rigo Tovar, a big pop music figure in Mexico in the 1970s and 80s. Betto used to listen to his music and was invited to write a personal essay for a newly published book on Rigo Tovar called "Rigo es Amor."
The Mexican-American singer and actress Jenni Rivera died after her plane disappeared early Sunday morning. She had just given a concert in Monterrey, Mexico.
Security in Monterrey has been boosted by the arrival of hundreds more police and troops.
The Mexican government is offering a $2.4 million reward for information leading to those behind a casino attack which killed over 50.
Mexico's government is offering a $2.4 million reward for information leading to those behind a deadly casino attack.