|’Cards Against Humanity’ Buys Land on US-Mexico Border in Effort to Stifle Border Wall|
Cards Against Humanity is back with a new holiday promotion — and this time, it’s hoping to "save America" and stifle President Donald Trump’s border wall.
|Most Prisons in Mexico Didn’t Pass Assessment by National Human Rights Commission|
The Judicial System is comprised of several bodies. Currently, there are deficiencies in the phases of investigation, prevention, and rehabilitation, which is why the system isn’t working as it should.
|A Government Advertising Monopoly and the Viability of Mexican Media|
You just have to follow the money trail: who benefits from the 38 million pesos in government advertising that President Enrique Pena Nieto spent, to date?
|Report Finds Mexico’s Mega-Projects Favor International Clients Over Indigenous Rights|
Mexico’s rural development shows authorities bulldozing the health and environmental concerns of Indigenous communities in favor of its international clients, a new study found.
|’Bullets at the Border’ Documentary Looks at Controversial Deaths on US-Mexico Border|
Filmmaker Charlie Minn is looking forward to the premier next month of his documentary about the deaths of three Mexican teenagers in border incidents involving US agents.
|Deported Veterans in Tijuana and Elsewhere Seek Better Access to Their US Benefits|
There are at least 239 deported veterans from about 34 countries, according to a report by the ACLU of California. Deportation leads to lack of access to necessary VA medical benefits that all veterans are entitled to regardless of immigration status.
|Did Sean Penn’s Mexico Meeting with El Chapo Help Authorities Track Down the Kingpin?|
Extensive reporting by InSight Crime combined with evidence presented in a new documentary film series has called into question details of various narratives surrounding the capture of Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in January 2016.
|US State Department Ends Program for Central American Minors Fleeing Violence|
The U.S. State Department says it will no longer accept new applications for a program that allowed minors fleeing violence in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to settle in the United States.
|From Mexico to Palestine and Beyond, Global Demand for #WorldWithoutWalls|
Advocacy groups launched the #WorldWithoutWalls Global Day of Action on Thursday, to "unite against the global proliferation of walls," which they say serve as "monuments of expulsion, exclusion, oppression, discrimination, and exploitation."
|TripAdvisor Is Now Labeling Hotels Where Sexual Assaults Have Been Reported|
A popular website that provides travel and hotel recommendations has started branding resorts and hotels with a red badge in cases where sexual assault have been reported on those properties.
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