Things Are So Bad In Venezuela That Women Are Fleeing The Country To Give Birth
More than 2 million people have fled Venezuela since 2014. In one hospital in Colombia, that’s led to more Venezuelans giving birth than Colombians, reflecting a region struggling to cope.
Mexico’s Next President Wants To End The Drug War Without Firing A Single Shot
With vague proposals and constant backtracking on half-baked ideas, victims are skeptical that much will change under Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
An Intense Video Shows An Opposition Lawmaker In Detention After Chaos At A Military Parade
In the video, the lawmaker appears disoriented and his boxers are stained with feces. Rights groups say he looks drugged and could have been tortured.
Mexico's New President Isn't Afraid Of A Fight. Now He Has To Deal With Donald Trump.
The similarities between Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Trump are few and far between — and don't bring out either of their best sides. How will they find a way to get along?
The Populist Who's Promised To Transform Mexico Is Set To Be Its Next President
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the frontrunner for weeks, led his nearest opponent by nearly 20 points in the preliminary vote count.
Mexicans Tired Of Corruption Have A Choice Between Blockchain, Hugs, Or Severed Hands
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the frontrunner ahead of Sunday's election, says corruption will be a thing of the past as soon as he's president. Experts aren't convinced.
“You’re Not Even Wanted In Mexico”: Teens Describe Life Inside A US Detention Center
"I felt like a prisoner,” one teen recently deported back to Mexico said of his time inside one of the detention centers at the center of the latest Trump administration crisis.
Asylum-Seekers Are Hesitating At The Border, Fearing For Their Children
“If they take my son from me, I would die,” one woman, who was seeking asylum when she was turned away from the border, told BuzzFeed News.
Trump’s Family Separations Are Getting Slammed In Mexico’s Presidential Race
“We’re talking about violations of all human rights guarantees,” said a spokesperson for one of the candidates.
113 Politicians Have Been Killed Ahead Of Mexico’s Election. There Are Still Two Weeks To Go.
A politician killed on a public bus. A candidate murdered while taking a selfie. This campaign season may be the deadliest ever.
AMLO’s Sexy New Campaign Ad Got Taken Down After Less Than A Day
Mexico's electoral dirty war got a bit too dirty for voters.
Here's How AMLO Could Still Lose Mexico's Presidential Election
A double-digit lead over his rivals. Widespread disillusionment with the status quo. Is Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s win inevitable, or will any of these scenarios derail him?
For Many Kids In Honduras, The Options Are: Flee, Join A Gang, Or Train With The Military
Hundreds of children join the caravans fleeing Honduras to the US each year. At home, the army is accused of indoctrinating them.
110 People Have Died After An Airliner Crashed In Cuba
Three people remain in critical condition at a Havana hospital after the plane carrying 113 people crashed.
Meet The Woman Running The Show For Mexico’s Likely Next President
Raised in a renowned politically conservative household, Tatiana Clouthier is the unexpected force behind the leftist third-time presidential candidate. Can she finally push him over the finish line?
Most People In The Caravan Are From Honduras — This Is Why They’re Fleeing Their Country
The majority of people in the caravan that has inflamed tensions between the US and Mexico are from Honduras. Will many more follow?
Other Migrant Groups Warned Against The "Caravan" Through Mexico
"The people who suffer the consequences are the ones that follow behind this caravan," one migrant shelter director told BuzzFeed News.
Caravan Organizers Are Blaming The US For Migrants As Trump Lashes Out
"Republicans must go to Nuclear Option to pass tough laws NOW," the president tweeted Sunday. "NO MORE DACA DEAL!"
Mexico’s First Facebook Election Is About To Begin And Nobody Is Truly Ready
The influence of Televisa, the country’s biggest media company and the unofficial media arm of the ruling party, on Mexico’s elections is weaker than ever, but is its retreat opening the door to something worse?