New documents raise questions about higher-ups’ responsibility for the Tlatlaya killings last year.
Dominicans of Haitian descent were targeted even when they had valid documentation, report says.
She begins her visit in New York, meeting with bankers as she seeks foreign investments.
What Tania Bruguera’s ordeal in Cuba says about the state of artistic expression "within the Revolution."
The Dominican’s new rules have Haitians nervously heading back to a homeland with fewer jobs.
A new report on "false-positive" killings looks into one of the darkest episodes of the country's civil war.
The announcement came as opposition leader Leopoldo López said he would end his hunger strike.
A program to deal with undocumented migrants had raised fears of an anti-Haitian crackdown.
A labor dispute at a Mazda plant in Guanajuato shows how the manufacturers have the upper hand.
Residents who can’t prove they belong face a deportation order.
Violent offenses by adolescents have increased support for lowering the age kids can be tried as adults.
The ruling party and its allies seemed to have retained their slim majority in the lower house, despite voter anger.
The embattled car service faces a new struggle — sometimes a physical one — on a vast stage in Mexico.
In Oaxaca, teachers boycotted the midterm elections to show their discontent with the government.