A display of a variety of guns on a table made from unauthorized parts

President Biden set to further regulate ‘ghost guns’


The Biden administration faces pushback from Republicans as it tries to pass legislation to further regulate “ghost guns” assembled with homemade parts.

Reporters Shirin Jaafari and Jorge Valencia will talk to The World's senior editor Daisy Contreras about some of the foreign policy issues at stake in the 2020 election.

Discussion: What’s at stake in the 2020 election?

Young woman in plain room, dirt floor, holding birth certificate

There are about 600,000 children in Mexico who were born in the US but struggle to claim citizenship

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spars with Univision reporter Jorge Ramos before his "Make America Great Again Rally" at the Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa, August 25, 2015.

Jorge Ramos: We can’t “be neutral” with a president like Trump

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Many of us think the first great revolution of the 20th century came in October 1917 in Russia. But before Russia, there was Mexico. And with the Mexican revolution came an unparalleled period of artistic excitement and productivity. Sara Fishko has the story of a Mexican composer who was at the center of that creative […]


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Calexico, California and Mexicali, Mexico are two desert towns, yards away from each other along the US-Mexico border. When the US Government erected a 14-foot-high, 2 mile-long steel fence along their border, some local residents tried to bring the two towns back together. Produced by Polly Sveda.

Gael Garcia Bernal

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Studio 360’s Leital Molad finds Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal irresistibly charming, no matter what kind of taboos his characters are breaking. She talked with Bernal about his breakthrough performance in Y Tu Mama Tambien and his new film The King.

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Gael Goes Norteño

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Back in 2006, Ideclared my lovefor Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal on our radio show. He was just starring in his first English role, and I was afraid he would be catapulted from indie brilliance into mainstream cheesiness, much in the way of Antonio Banderas. I’m thrilled that three years later, Bernal is still starring […]

A Story You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

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Valeria Luiselli’s novel “The Story of My Teeth” was born through a long-distance collaboration with workers in a Mexican juice factory.